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Ways to Turn a Big Wedding Into an Intimate Affair.

The average number of guests couples have at their wedding is 139, according to The Knot 2015 Real Weddings Study.

Pre-Party "Host smaller, more intimate events leading up to your wedding day with various groups of guests." -Magnolia Bluebird Design & Events 2.

Inviting Cocktails "Leave miniature bottles of champagne awaiting your guests' arrival to the cocktail hour. Tags with the words 'Drink Me' or 'Drunk in Love,' and give your guests' glasses for a 'just walked into your home' kind of feel." -Sasha Danielle 3.

Give Centerpieces the Lowdown "While big, tall centerpieces may feel appropriate for a large wedding, consider a low and lush option instead. With low centerpieces, guests are able to see one another and carry on conversation." -Megan Dileen Events 8.

Meal Mingling "One way to make a large wedding feel intimate is through food stations. Guests will have an opportunity to interact with one another while selecting their food rather than staying seated through the entire reception." -Andrea Leslie Weddings & Events 9.

Greet the Guests "Taking the time to spend a few minutes at each table greeting guests allows the bride and groom an opportunity to enjoy mingling with all of their loved ones and friends, and allows their guests to feel included in their day." -Essence Photography 10.

Casual Corners "Designate a space that's away from the reception room for guests to gather and chat-for example, an intimate cigar lounge with a rustic feel complete with wood furniture, Mexican blankets, rugs and a fire pit." -Asya Photography 11.

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