Choosing your wedding vendors is always a huge part of wedding planning. Because the wedding vendors you choose can make or break your wedding. It can be a great experience or a horrible one. And nobody wants a horrible one. So, choosing your wedding vendors takes time and effort in order to get it right.
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Q: I got engaged right before COVID hit so we haven’t planned anything yet. We were planning on waiting to have a big wedding when it’s safe. But, recently we decided that while we still want the big wedding, we also don’t want to wait. So, we’re planning a virtual wedding now. But, I’m not
While many couples are choosing to postpone their weddings due to COVID, that’s not the case for everyone. You may not want to wait or have to push your wedding farther down the road. So, instead you’re planning on moving forward with your wedding on your original date (or planning a smaller wedding for now).
Planning a wedding during these COVID times means you really have 4 options. Postpone your wedding or plan it for farther out when things are safe. Cancel your wedding. Get married now and plan on having your original wedding later. Adjust your wedding to have it now. There is no right or wrong answer. It
As you’re planning your wedding, one of the questions you inevitably ask yourself is, can I negotiate wedding prices? Because well, you’re trying to save money where you can. And I get it! But, the answer to whether or not you can negotiate is more complicated than a yes or no. Because negotiating wedding prices
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
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