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Super March 2021

What info regarding Covid-19 precautions should i include on wedding website?

Kimberly, on December 26, 2020 at 12:30 PM Posted in Planning 1 9
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We are having a small wedding with a maximum guest count of 38 (this was always the plan). So far gathering restrictions are not effecting us due to the small guest count.

I want to include some info on our website to try to ease people's minds about the number of guests, let them know we will be providing masks and hand sanitizer, and that we will of course understand if anyone chooses not to attend. What is the best way to word something like this?

I've looked for some other posts because I know I've seen some good examples, but I was struggling to find the posts. Thanks!

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Latest activity by Margaret, on December 26, 2020 at 11:38 PM
  • Lisa
    Rockstar July 2022
    Lisa Online ·
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    You could word it as a Q&A format, where you list questions such as, "What precautions are the bride and groom taking to ensure guest safety?", or "Are you considering postponing?", and any other questions you think would be helpful to answer, and list the answers to the questions immediately below each one.
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  • Hannah
    Rockstar July 2019
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    I like the Q&A idea Lisa gave. You could also just have something like "Covid considerations" and explain all of the things you said here: small guest count, safety procedures in place, and understanding of people's comfort, etc.
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  • Mrs. Spring
    Master April 2021
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    YesI like the previous poster's suggestions.
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  • Katie
    Super August 2020
    Katie Online ·
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    Great idea to put these on your website as guests have a lot of questions on this!! We did bullet points including: no receiving line, all outdoors, transportation is by household, venue employees will be wearing masks for your protection, etc. Good luck ❤️
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  • Katie
    Expert January 2021
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    My venue did a great job of outlining their protocols, so I pretty much copied that.
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  • Ashley
    Savvy May 2021
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    We included insert cards with our invites that said the below (we are also posting it on our website):

    Given the situation with COVID-19, we will be taking the necessary precautions needed for the day. Masks and hand sanitizer will be provided. Any other reasonable precautions will be taken; but, there is limited space at the venue and people will be in close proximity to each other. As much as we want everyone to be able to celebrate in person, we do ask that if you are feeling ill or have been exposed to COVID-19 within two weeks of the wedding to please stay home and toast us from afar; please update us via email, if you need to cancel last minute. If you are concerned about health risks, we will not be offended if you decline our invite. The health and safety of our guest are our primary concern.

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  • Kimberly
    Super March 2021
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    This is very helpful! Thank you!
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  • Kimberly
    Super March 2021
    Kimberly ·
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    I think a Q&A is also a good idea. Thank you!
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  • M
    Savvy November 2020
    Margaret ·
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    We included very straightforward bullet points for all the information we felt pertinent to include about our event on the website. I ran the information by my bridesmaids to see if we answered as much as we could when it came to questions we could provide answers to.
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