Planning a wedding while Coronavirus is spreading all over the world
In these difficult times, talking about weddings is not easy.
People wish to dream, but at the same time are worried that it will not be possible to travel or celebrate a wedding for a long period. I obviously do not know if something will change in a short time and, maybe, by Summer this situation will only be a memory or still our reality.
We can only go ahead step by step and, in this moment, it is important to firstly help those couples who planned their wedding for this spring and need to know what to do in these days.
Here below you can find some first suggestions:
- Keep calm and think that you are only postponing the wedding, not cancelling it
- Be wise and choose a date not too close. June might be still a tricky month all over the world, so maybe opt for a farer month or even next year.
- Before booking another date, if you do not have a wedding planner who can do this on your behalf, get in touch with all suppliers to check if they are fine keeping valid their deposits and available on the new date.
- If you are planning a destination wedding to another Country, take into consideration that situation might be different from your own Country and therefore also restrictions could be different.
- If you are planning a destination wedding and you do not have a wedding planner, try to get in touch with someone who lives in the Country where you wish to arrange your wedding and ask for help. At this Facebook page you can find some useful information and also international wedding planners who will be happy to help for free: https://www.facebook.com/groups/covid19andweddings
In the next few days I will provide more information about what to do to avoid cancelling your wedding.
Here below a photo from one of my weddings, to remind you how beautiful that day can be and help you continue dreaming a fabulous event.