Would you consider a wedding of 175 people to be small or large?
My opinion is anything under 50 would be considered small. 175 would be large.
I think 175 is large. Particularly when you start thinking about the costs. Formal events could be very expensive for 175. A picnic reception could be inexpensive and like a family reunion.
My son and daughter-in-law had about 60 at our house. I thought that was about right.
I think 175 people is a large wedding but that's coming from a woman who got married at the court house with only the judge and clerk present.. Plus I don't think I know that many people..
My husband and I both come from very large families, so in our circles a wedding of 175 would be small. We had over 500 guests at our reception, we planned accordingly and were able to stay within our tight budget by doing a lot of the work ourselves (or with free help from family). I guess I would call a wedding of 175 guests "medium". Anything under 100 would be small and anything over 250 would be large.
In India, this number is considered small. We expect 100- 200 people in engagement parties!
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