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NEW NORMAL WEDDING PREPARATION


As a result of the global consequences of CoViD-19, several sectors have shifted to satisfy the changing needs of consumers throughout this pandemic. The wedding industry was damaged as soon as the pandemic struck, but it steadily regained its footing and adapted to the changes. The following have been adopted by the wedding industry in the previous few months.

Adaptation to new ways of working definitely led to an indefinite state for many activities. See a live music concert or a wedding that you planned for months before from your plans to take a holiday abroad. Understandably, you who have wanted to have a dream wedding are not happy with this news.



1. PREPARE STRICT HEALTH PROTOCOLS


When events are permitted again, couples and guests will be more eager than ever to celebrate love and one of life's biggest moments together after long periods of isolation, as this pandemic has halted one of the most celebrated moments in a couple's life. However, love is not canceled, and when events are permitted again, couples and guests will be more eager than ever to celebrate love and one of life's biggest moments together.

2. INTIMATE WEDDING CONCEPT


Every woman dreams of a wedding that is beautiful, joyful, and full of memories experiences that will outlast her vows to her partner. When it comes to weddings, many couples will agree that the smaller the gathering, the more intimate it becomes.


3. MICRO WEDDINGS


Many people mix up the terms micro wedding and elopement wedding. A Micro Wedding is a small wedding with a limit of about 20 attendees, mainly close family and a few friends. An elopement, on the other hand, involves simply the couple and the wedding official.


4. WEEKDAY CEREMONIES


Planning a wedding on a weekday is stressful and time-intensive. Don't worry if you're feeling overwhelmed when you choose your guests and venue, as well as flowers, clothing, and dishes. When you're planning your wedding, one of the most significant decisions you'll make is when to schedule the ceremony and reception.


5. CHECK YOUR BUDGET


Planning a wedding budget may very well be stressful enough, but now many couples add to their list of worries a global epidemic. Combining these two incredibly stressful situations may leave you feeling as if you've created a disaster cocktail.


6. OUTDOOR VENUE IS THE BETTER OPTION


A few ideas to help you narrow choices in your outdoor venue wedding. While evaluating all locations, keep in mind the unique elements you want for your nuptial venue.


7. CONSIDER GETTING WEDDING INSURANCE


Wedding insurance is a type of magical event insurance that can protect you against financial losses caused by a variety of events, such as sudden illness, cancellation, or the theft of wedding gifts. However, not all wedding insurance is the same. In the marriage insurance products one may be better for you than another, based on the type of nuptials you will have, the number of guests, and what you will need.


8. MULTIPLE CELEBRATIONS


A simple take on your wedding day could result in two unforgettable celebrations. This out-of-the-box idea will help to make your wedding day a matter of how, if you planned a mid-2020 celebration. You can keep your original wedding date but have a small ceremony with your close friends and family. The wedding sequel will take place. Then it will be followed by a bigger reception when restrictions begin to be easy.


9. VIRTUAL PREPARATION


WeddingWire, a leading international wedding planning resource that has helped millions of couples plan their weddings, today shares the state of engagements and wedding planning for those with weddings this year directly impacted by COVID-19 and those with future dates in 2021 as wedding plans are put on hold for hundreds of thousands of couples during the Coronavirus pandemic. The WeddingWire app provides a suite of digital planning tools everywhere, during these challenging times WeddingWire continues to serve engaged couples


10. ZOOM WEDDING


Also known as a virtual or live wedding in a zoom wedding, a video platform is built-in which family or friends can listen on their computer screens and listen to the special event. Throughout the pandemic, Zoom weddings have given engaged couples the opportunity to celebrate with loved ones, albeit virtually, if they had to rethink their original wedding plans due to health and safety concerns.

11. SANITATION AND OTHER SAFETY GUIDELINES


They had the artsy, rustic setup, the tailored gown, and a guest list of about 150 of their closest friends and family. The pandemic, on the other hand, had other plans, forcing Carly Chalmers and Mitchell Gauvin to make a difficult decision about their wedding. Everything was changing, said Chalmers, a marketing manager in Toronto, whose wedding was originally scheduled for May 2020, two months after her province's coronavirus lockdowns began. In March 2020, it was as if something was happening every day that was another nail in the coffin for our wedding.


12. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE YOUR HOMETOWN


You know your hometown like the back of your hand, and it almost certainly played a significant role in your love story. With a little imagination, you can include loved ones in the story of your relationship in a sweet way.





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