Coronavirus has certainly been a disrupter of not only our everyday lives, but our celebrations. Events and weddings have all been upended, changed, postponed, cancelled or just put on hold. And while the focus of our blog and our tips is centered around helping those who are engaged and planning an event, I want to
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The holidays are descending upon us and with it the inevitable question, how is this year’s holiday gathering going to work? I too am faced with this same question as I think about spending Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years with family and friends. Because well… 2020 sure is a different kind of year. We’ve been
When I say the word elopement, what comes to mind? Perhaps two people running off to get married in secret? Maybe they’re defying their parents. Or they’re knocked up. Or maybe they don’t want a wedding. Maybe you think of somewhere tropical or remote with a short ceremony surrounded by nature. Or maybe you think
Have you heard the term micro wedding? If you have, I’m sure you’ve seen the many articles, venues and vendors using the term. And if not, here’s your introduction! Now while people use the term micro wedding pretty loosely and in different ways, here’s the actual definition… A micro wedding is essentially a smaller version
Q: I started planning my wedding before the pandemic, but once COVID hit everything changed. We postponed, then postponed again. This whole time I’ve kept planning because it gave me something to do and to be excited about. But recently I had to stop. I’ve been feeling depressed and just couldn’t keep planning my wedding.
With COVID not going away anytime soon, you may be ready to start planning a virtual wedding or hybrid wedding (both in person and virtual). It’s definitely a safe way to get married and celebrate now. And there are many reasons why a virtual wedding is a good idea. But, it is a different type
Everyone wants to have an outdoor wedding because it’s naturally beautiful. But now during COVID, outdoor weddings are also safer. Which make them all the more desirable! But, in order to have a great outdoor wedding, your planning will need to take the outdoors into consideration. Otherwise you could end up with a not-so-great outdoor
If you’re planning a wedding during COVID, you’re having an outdoor wedding. Because it’s both safe and beautiful! Getting married during COVID also means that you’re having a smaller, more intimate wedding. Whether that’s an elopement, a micro wedding, a virtual wedding or a hybrid wedding. It also means a true destination wedding during COVID
COVID has changed everything. Weddings, gatherings, interactions. And of course, also businesses. The wedding and events industry like so many other industries has been essentially shut down. We were one of the first industries to be put in lockdown and we’ll be one of the last to come back. As a couple it’s easy to
Q: Our destination wedding has been postponed. But since we don’t know when it will be safe again to travel and have the wedding we want, we’ve decided to get married now. We’re having a virtual wedding so all our guests can attend. But, I’d like to still honor the destination wedding we were going