The bride's wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of her life. The dress, the cake, the flowers are all symbols of this joyous occasion. But what if there is a pandemic? What would happen to your big day? Would you cancel it or go through with it no matter what?
If you're brave enough to walk down that aisle in spite of everything else going on around you, then congrats! You're probably braver than most people.
Getting married during the pandemic is possible, however, you must take into consideration so many details including guest count and location. Let's face it - the wedding will be different, but different does not equal bad. Despite everything, it will be special and you will be the happiest bride ever.
- It is important to always be prepared. Follow the news closely and keep up with the latest updates. Restrictions are changing constantly. Pay attention to the government guidelines. since every country and even every city has its own regulations.
- Take care of yourself and your guests. Make sure your guests are healthy and your dress is ready. Sanitary measures must remain in place.
- If you are planning a wedding during the COVID-19 pandemic, hiring a planner will be a good solution. Wedding planners are more familiar with all the laws and rules so they will help you avoid problems and inconveniences, and will make the preparation process less stressful.
- In case the weather is warm, why not arrange an outdoor ceremony? Its popularity has grown exponentially as the pandemic has forced us to embrace the open air of the great outdoors. A backyard wedding is quite an interesting idea, isn't it?
- Live streaming. That is what we call "modern problems require modern solutions". Now you can have an online wedding with your guests watching your love story unfold in real-time with streaming services. Does it sound crazy? - Yes. But it would be an unforgettable and unique experience.
- Remember about keeping the distance and think thoughtful room layouts.
- With the pandemic, small weddings have become more and more popular. Due to certain regulations, couples are forced to reduce guest lists. Still, there are benefits, too. Small weddings are much more intimate. What can be better than celebrating your wedding day with the people nearest and dearest to your heart? There is something magical and very special about it.
It is our hope that in the future, we are able to have weddings without worrying about pandemics. Until then, let's take advantage of such micro weddings. After all, it is not that important what your wedding will be like. The most important thing is that you will be able to celebrate it, regardless of how many people are in attendance.