Cupid's Pulse Article: Andrea Roth Explains Why She Scrapped Big Wedding PlansCupid's Pulse Article: Andrea Roth Explains Why She Scrapped Big Wedding Plans

Andrea Roth who is soon to join the cast of Ringer married producer, Todd Biermann, in a smaller than planned wedding.  Though the couple was originally looking into a big wedding in the Dominican Republic, their plans changed when the actress’ mother was diagnosed with stage four brain cancer and was unable to fly. So the pair, who met on the set of Rescue Me in 2007, quickly changed their wedding plans and decided on a small wedding near the bride’s parents’ house. According to People, twelve guests attended the ceremony, including their 19-month-old daughter, Ava.

What are some reasons to have a small intimate wedding ceremony?

Cupid’s Advice:

No matter if your wedding is big or small, it will probably be one of the best days of your life. Choose the size that is best for you and where you are in your life. Here are some tips:

1. Budgets: Don’t start out your marriage in debt.  If you can’t afford a big wedding, have a small one.

2. Intimacy: If you want a more intimate experience with those you are closest to, then go for a less massive wedding.

3. Location: If your plan is to get married on a beach far away, a small ceremony is to be expected. Most of your guests will most likely not have the time or money to pick up and go to your destination wedding. Plan a party when you get home instead.

Do you want a big or small wedding? Share your ideas below.