Confetti, Custom Masks, and an Egg Race: This Miami Wedding Was Small but So Festive

Kelsey Garcia

One couple's backyard wedding was small in size, but big on laughter. Christina and Jason wed on April 18 in an intimate, five-guest (and two-pet) ceremony held in the lush backyard of their Miami home. There were festive staples, like confetti and champagne, as well as other nontraditional details . . . like a midceremony egg-and-spoon race.

After separately getting ready inside their home - with Christina wearing a white jumpsuit, and Jason a navy suit - the two gathered in front of a circular arch to exchange vows. Loved ones who tuned into the livestream were able to witness the bride and groom's hilarious egg-and-spoon race around the perimeter of the home. Even as it rained, Christina and Jason were all smiles, save for some happy tears.

Following the ceremony, the couple and their guests enjoyed a surf-and-turf meal, and then watched a roast video put together by those who were unable to attend. The festivities ended with a bouquet toss, except a baby doll was used in lieu of flowers. (The groom caught the baby.)

As many restructure and downsize their weddings to accommodate social gathering recommendations during the coronavirus pandemic, Christina and Jason's nuptials prove that microweddings don't have to skimp on fun. See photos from the special day, captured by Cortiella Photography, ahead.


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