My family and I are very hopeful things will be fine by June 27th. My fiance's family just takes my anxiety and pushes it to the top. Our venue/ceremony is a private location at a family friends barn and beautiful acreage right across the street from my parents. Most of it is DIY and we have 75 ppl so far maybe less. The people letting us use this space are even greatly helping by being our coordinators, decorators, and more. We have a wonderful support group and it gives me hope. I've never wanted a big extravagant expensive wedding and neither does my fiance. So when we told his parents about the barn and little ceremony by the pond they were kind of taken aback. It was like I could see is in their brains, "oh... you want country COUNTRY". His sister got married at a regular venue and everything and his family is very traditional. Our theme is rustic country meets syfy/ gaming lol. Were both nerds and love what we love but I also love nature. Below is a picture of one of our centerpieces to give you an idea of how things will look. We haven't talked much to his family lately with everything going on. But I'm worried that when Easter comes and we video chat if need be or have actual dinner that the questions and concerns will come flying in. They were already iffy about things we wanted such as no first look, no recieving line (our plan is to visit tables. I feel that is more intimate and personal), having pictures after ceremony with a cocktail hour break for guests, and now COVID19 has come. I'm worried theyll just give us more things to stress about. I feel like we take steps forward and then they put on the brakes with their fears that just make us stressed.