Downsizing your wedding is something many couples are doing right now. Because if you want to have your wedding anytime during COVID, it’s important to keep people safe. One way to help with that is with a smaller guest count. Because the less people at your wedding, the less risk of infection. Now, don’t get
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Q: I postponed my spring 2020 wedding to the fall due to COVID. But, now that fall is fast approaching and things don’t seem to be getting much better, it looks like I’ll have to postpone again. I’m thinking about moving it to spring 2021, but what if I have to postpone yet again?! First
Q: I’m in the midst of planning my 2021 wedding and now I’m starting to think about my honeymoon. But, with everything going on, how do you plan a honeymoon during COVID? Great question! So, let’s be honest, nothing is easy to plan during COVID. There is so much uncertainty and the situation keeps changing
These past few months have been a whirlwind of postponements. Not just for couples whose weddings were in the last few months, but for any couple with a 2020 wedding. But, once you’ve postponed and taken a much needed break from wedding planning, what happens now? Well, you’ll continue planning just as you normally would.
While weddings are on hold for a little while, wedding planning is not. And it shouldn’t be! There are still so many things you can do to plan your wedding even in these weird and uncertain times. And if we’re being honest, planning your wedding can also be a great project to focus on right
We’re living in Coronavirus times, so any wedding being planned right now is a COVID-19 wedding. It doesn’t matter if you’re getting married in 2020, 2021 or 2022. It doesn’t matter if you’re postponing your wedding or are just starting out. If you’re planning a wedding right now you’re planning a COVID-19 wedding. And that
Today is earth day and it seems fitting given everything going on with Coronavirus that we celebrate and protect earth. Because perhaps more so than ever before do we all have a huge appreciation for everything we have. And that includes mother earth. One of the good things that has come from this pandemic are
Q: I was planning on proposing to my partner soon and then, Coronavirus hit. Our life has changed so much over the last few weeks. But it’s made me realize even more than before, how much I want to get married. I want to propose, but is it bad time to do so? With everything
The Coronavirus situation is changing rapidly. And with the new recommendations and states going into lockdown, we are at the point where you have to postpone your wedding. If your wedding was planned between now and June, you need to postpone. You have to. There isn’t an option anymore. We all have to be socially
Coronavirus, coronavirus, coronavirus. It’s everywhere. And it’s on everyone’s mind. Events are getting cancelled left and right. But, what does that mean for your wedding? Can you still have your wedding despite the Coronavirus? Whether you’ve just started planning your wedding or you’ve been planning for months, the idea of giving up on your wedding