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The typical wedding planning duties have gone out the window this year! Candles, Sweets Tables, and Chocolate Fountains have been replaced with Mask Stations, Hand Sanitizer and Social Distancing. Here are a few ideas for you as you plan for your wedding in the days of the 2020 pandemic.
Encourage your guests to don a mask and utilize hand sanitizer by making it fun! Browse personalized products for your guests on the For Your Party website. You can also read their article “GUIDE: How to Safely Plan Your COVID-19 Minimony” for some more tips on how to keep your Minimony safe.
Couples can now begin (or resume) planning their destination weddings at various destinations. Grand Residences’ is a destination in Riviera Cancun offering a new micro-wedding package for 10 guests that includes an all-inclusive stay and experience for every pair, along with sparkling wine, beer or juice and fresh fruit as they prepare for the celebration day of. They also have an onsite events coordinator who will assist in the planning of your event.
Since it’s obvious masks will be a part of our lives for a while, Claire Petibone decided to add black and neutral colors to her collection. The delicate butterfly design signals hope and beauty in a time of many challenges in all of our lives. This mask has adjustable silk ties and is designed for women and children to cover their mouths and noses without all the extra bulk. It also has a pocket for a filter.
Getting married in 2020 may add lots of logistical issues to your planning but it will certainly be talked about for years to come! Why not remember your special day with a custom ornament that you’ll pull out every year to put on your tree!
Pictured: Customized Ornament on Etsy
A comical take in the days of COVID wedding postponement! Here’s a something old/something new wine glass with your wedding date(s) on them. Pair that with a “worth the wait” private labeled wine bottle and you’re all set to celebrate today and all your milestones!
Have your plans changed due to COVID? Are you downsizing or changing the venue? Think about moving your ceremony to a livestream so that your friends and relatives can still take part virtually! You’ll also need extra signage at your wedding to let everyone know any special instructions needed the day of.
Pictured: Wedding Downsize Announcement on Etsy