We started with 160 guests. Then COVID hit, we postponed, and decided to reimagine our wedding. So we cut the list to 60. Then delta hit, we postponed again, and now we are thinking of cutting it down to 40.
We’re having a small wedding. When we were at the initial stages of planning, I said to my fiancé to be on the safe side with covid we should go small. So our max is 84 people, no children. So far only 36 has rsvp’ed.
Hi ! In terms of planning and organising I would say that having up to 30 people would be a small wedding for me. Cause I would just do a restaurant after the ceremony I think, no dancing, DJ or special flowers... For my 50 guests we had it all - a venue, a party, and all... So maybe 50 is a small wedding for most of the people, but I would have the same organisation for 50 and 150, but surely a different one for 20...
Assuming there will be no COVID restrictions at the time of our wedding (who knows at this point) we will be having an average to big sized wedding. 200 invited and expecting about 160 to attend. I think big is over 200, just based on the weddings I've been to, and small would be under 100. My FH has a very large family so that's where my opinions on sizes may differ from most.