Someone shared this with my FH earlier and he sent it to me. Our wedding is small so I don’t know that it’s worth even bothering, but maybe it would make some interactions easier 🤷♀️. Anyone doing anything similar for guests to identify how comfortable they are with interactions?
I haven’t seen this idea before. I could see this work with button pins too so it is more visible. If a guy is wearing a suit I can see those wristbands get hidden by the sleeve cuff. Thanks for the shared idea! 💡
This might work better with magnetic buttons. Men's suit jackets will cover their wrists and you have the potential for people to space out and forget what they are for or what the colors mean.
I love this idea! One of my biggest issues lately is not knowing someone’s comfort level when it came to finally seeing loved ones again and them not knowing mine. I think this is great and will allow guest to have their comfort level stated without having to say it over and over.
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Good to know, I was wondering how many guests would actually participate. I’m sure every group is different, but at least we tried to make people more comfortable. My mom was really sarcastic about it when I sent it to her 🙄.
My fiancé and I love this idea and we’re like we could put our wedding hash tag on the bands. Then my mom was like I don’t understand bc everyone is supposed to be social distancing lol. I think I’ll probably still do it though.
I think this is an excellent idea however a blurb should be added to indicate which wrist band would fall under those guests who are ok with photos being taken together in groups, esp. if presumably masks are being removed during that time. (I'm guessing it falls into the green wrist band category?)