New Lifetime Docu-Series ‘Little Weddings’ to Focus on Wedding Planning Company for Little People

Apparently little people weddings equal big ratings!
Apparently little people weddings equal big ratings!

Lifetime has found big success with its Little Women franchise– and now the network is giving us a look into the world of little people weddings with its new docu-series Little Weddings!

‘Little Weddings’ will follow the McInturff Family, who run Sassy Bash Events, an event-planning company that specializes in creating weddings and events for little people. 

“Little people weddings pose their own unique challenges and there’s no team better to give couples the best big day ever, but can they make it to the altar without big drama?” the network announced today in a press release on Tuesday.

Sassy Bash Events is owned by Kelly McInturff, who runs the Simi Valley-based company with her siblings Kacy, TJ and Kensey. It does not appear that the McInturffs are little people themselves, but they apparently have a lot of experience working with brides and grooms who are.

“[The McInturff family] bends over backwards to ensure nuptials go off without a hitch for their little clients, even when emotions run high as they balance the everyday challenges of being little and the inevitable power struggles that come when working with family,” the press release stated.

The three-episode special docu-series premieres Wednesday, November 23 on Lifetime.

In addition to ‘Little Weddings,’ Lifetime announced on Tuesday that it will also be adding Little Women: Dallas to its successful ‘Little Women’ franchise in November.

(Photo: Lifetime)


  1. I tried to share your Docu-Series but could not because there is not a share button anywhere. How do I share. I just love this for Little Women. I am a fan of all the little women shows. They amaze me by the things they can do; and I am so glad they can figure things out for conquer the battle. I am loving it. Thank you.

    1. I know that you probably didn’t mean anything by it but as a wheelchair user with a genetic disorder I cringed. If someone told you that they admire you for doing every day tasks and”figuring things out to conquer the battle”, wouldn’t it make you feel like a kid? When people do stuff it’s just life, not matter if they are able bodied or average.

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