A local event and entertainment company is adapting its business model as it tries to rebound from the economic impacts of COVID-19.
The company's goal is to help the Central Coast wedding industry stay alive and give couples a safe way to get married.
Only 10 guests are allowed at these micro weddings, including the couple.
Everyone else can watch the nuptials and celebration via live stream.
The basic $1,800 package covers an hour and a half at the venue, rentals, officiant, photo booth and a celebratory toast.
For those in the wedding industry, Epic Entertainment president Anthony Salas says this new offering will help them stay afloat.
"[Wedding vendors are] not making as much as they would on a full wedding but because we're able to do six to eight of these each day and we're setting up at these venues for three days in row, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, it definitely helps supplement what is not coming in right now from regular sized weddings," Salas told KSBY.
If you add flowers, photography and cake, the total cost comes out to $2,600. Before the pandemic, the average wedding on the Central Coast cost $50,000.
Right now, Epic Entertainment is booking micro weddings at the Dana Powers House, The Gala Nipomo and The Penny in downtown San Luis Obispo.