Yes, we downsized to less than 10 guests and it will be 100% outdoors.
Well we had a minimony which was the plan from jump but honestly even though my MOH got sick prior (luckily no COVID and she was better day of) I would not have waited. I am too impatient to wait for when this may or may not be over and I wanted to be his wife. Every bride is different and ultimately it comes down how you want your day to be.
We went on with our wedding (Nov 2020). Our guest list was originally 75, and 61 showed. We had a sign to wear masks as it is mandatory in our city, however no one wore them. We did have sanitizer set up around the gifts/food, and all of our food was served via caterer. So less contact. We were however fortunate because no one ended up sick!
Hi May, we got married in August (postponed from June) and I don’t regret it at all ❤️❤️❤️ We did make lots of changes such as cutting guest list, masks available for guests, provided hand sanitizer, and moved rehearsal dinner, ceremony and reception outdoors.
We invited 162 and 104 came. All state guidelines were followed (PA) and at that time 250 were allowed outdoors. Guests only went indoors for restroom breaks or to drop a card off. Hope this helps 🌸
I got married 10.10.20 and stuck through it! Didn't want to postpone or cancel. We downsized the guest list from about 45 guests to 21 guests, (even before covid we originally wanted a small wedding). And we provided masks (some people just wore their own, and some people stopped wearing it as they got more comfortable), hand sanitizers, spread out chairs, and had wait staff serve our guests dinner during the reception. We also opted out of big group dancing, and just entertained our guests with speeches, our first dance, cake cutting, and the shoe game. We were also lucky enough to have our wedding during the time when cases were low in our state/county (CA) and followed state guidelines, so we were allowed to have the reception inside. I really didn't even think about covid at all during my wedding. Everything just felt normal to me on our day.
I was MOH at my bff's wedding in late september 2020 and she still had like 90 people, the buffet was served by servers, she had masks available for people if they wanted, she had sanitization wipes at every table, etc.