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There is something special about getting married during this season. However, planning a holiday wedding can be challenging when trying to balance it all with your annual family traditions and celebrations.
Although postponing your wedding may be the best decision for you and your guests, it will require careful planning and a re-evaluation of your budget.
You’ve planned the big day — but you sure didn’t plan for a pandemic. While strategies for pivoting your wedding plans in light of Coronavirus will vary from one situation to another, here’s a starter kit for all those hosting a wedding in the time of COVID-19.
A virtual wedding can provide you, your partner, and guests with a much-needed escape from the outside world. This current situation is only temporary. Soon enough, you’ll get to celebrate your wedding in person with your closest family and friends together.
COVID has altered the way we gather and celebrate, but not the way we love. Choose a smaller, simpler wedding that's still full of meaning and tradition.
Planning a wedding is hard enough but dealing with a COVID-19 pandemic and its required social distancing mandates, it got a lot harder.