I recently just went to a wedding and in the invite package that had a little covid seperate sheet saying if you feel unwell, have a cough, been around anyone etc please dont come, so that could be an idea? I am going to be popping something like this in my invite package to my guest as a precaution. Because if you ask people to go get tested how will you even know they are doing it or do you think they could get annoyed your asking them to get tested before coming? I know the test is very uncomfortable and kids hate it, if they are bringing kids, will be a nightmare for them
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Yeah I mean I'm definitely anticipating people being annoyed but I also kinda think... Who cares? Like if you cant make that sacrifice then idk if you should come. Not inviting kids. What do you mean invite package?
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I never really thought about it but I guess I should just start getting used to the idea that COVID-19 will be around for my wedding. I'll be interested to see what you guys have planned.
Yeah true, you could make it compulsory to be able to come to the wedding, and if they really want to be there they will get it done! Invite package, so closer to date, I am sending out a little box with the invite, RSVP Card, Allergies card, Accomodation recommendation card, COVID information card and wishing well cards
I plan on getting married that day. We were supposed to get married this year but thanks to China and their virus we have moved it to 6/5/21. It will be an outdoor wedding at one of our local parks. It's where Mike proposed to me. I just hope that we can get this pandemic under control so it will be a fun and joyous day for all.
We are getting married June 5,2021. It’s been challenging finding vendors because so many weddings were cancelled or postponed from this year to next year. But we have our venue, caterer, cake decorator, photographer, and decorations all secured. Still looking for a DJ though.
My fiancé and I are getting married June 5th,2021! We got engaged in Jamaica and flew home 1 day before the shutdown! Was definitely all surreal. It did make planning somewhat easy with having more time at home to do research and contact vendors. We currently have just about all our vendors and are looking forward to celebrating in the next 7ish months! We are not sure what will happen by then, but have been taking steps to be prepared for whatever. We spoke with all our vendors, read over the contract thoroughly incase anything new may arise that would cause cancellation etc. We also made a “Covid” list incase we will have to reduce the anticipated guest list. It can be stressful for sure, there is a lot of time and money put into weddings! Honestly, the best form of comfort is knowing I’m marrying my best friend one way or the other and there are other brides/grooms out there going through the same thing. Best of luck to all the couples out there planning weddings, stay healthy and best wishes!!! Xo
So far we've booked our venues, found a photographer, and I bought my wedding dress. I'm still a little concerned about COVID next year, but at the moment I'm not too worried that it'll be like this year.
Hey Everyone! June 5, 2021 Bride here. We are a bit concerned and have started considering moving to an outside wedding instead. We took our engagement photos during our weekend at the beach (surprise proposal, followed by surprise photo shoot...it was fantastic!). Still so much to do...I am trying to not get too overwhelmed. 😊
June 5, 2021 bride here...... so far I’ve gotten my dress, veil, and headband. I’ve booked the venue, the caterer, the photographer, the videographer, the decorator, and the day of coordinator. Our honeymoon is a cruise with royal Caribbean. With the whole covid stuff, I’m just praying and hoping for the best.