Wedding Planning Tips for Covid-19

Couples around the world are experiencing the ever evolving scenarios of Covid-19. 

Wedding retailers nationwide are quickly reacting to the rapidly updated information in aid of taking action to help prevent the spread of the virus and practice social distancing.


Before making any final decisions speak with your partner to discuss if the same factors that were discussed in the beginning are still as equally as important.

Such as the wedding count: Can you guys scale back on the list by prioritizing your guests list in categories by whats most important.

Date choice: Does your wedding date have a special meaning or was it the first date the venue had available that finalized your decision

Getting flexible with your date without compromising its sentimental value could be a life saver.

Venue Selection: Was your venue chosen based on the character that suites your personalities,  the location (part of the city etc)  Convenience (First to have an available date etc..) or price point?

Pinpoint the key factors that sold you on your choice for  this venue.

Whether you and your partner are quarantined together or across the country, communication is your number one selling point to a successful ending.

Keep in mind that your current position to reconstruct your wedding is all based on your perspective.

Calendar Shift

This is especially important if planning your wedding on your own to communicate  accordingly with your vendors to make sure that the new time and or date works for them.

Stay patient and remember everyone is in this together.

Ask about your venues postponement policies and check your wedding insurance policy to see what will be covered (If applicable).

Bridal Gown shopping Alternatives

Narrow down your price point and top dress designers. Call around to local Bridal boutiques to see if they have the designer and price point your seeking.

This will help on your scavenger hunt once restrictions have been lifted to easily set minimal dress fittings.

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