Q: We’re planning on getting married in late 2021 and we’re thinking about requiring guests to be vaccinated to attend our wedding. Is that something we can ask of them? And if so, how does that work? Great question! Because if you’re getting married anytime in the 2nd half of 2021 and even in 2022,
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So, you’re thinking about planning a destination elopement or micro wedding in 2021. Because you’ve decided you’re not waiting, you want to get married now. But, you still want to go somewhere. Somewhere beautiful. Somewhere that isn’t your home or hometown. Because well, you’re tried of being where you are. You want to get married
As we dive into a new year there is both excitement and hope. But, it’s also still a very weird and uncertain COVID world. So as we continue to grapple with unknowns, we also look to the future. And the future of weddings is going to be different. Because COVID has changed the world forever.
COVID has upended our lives and in turn your wedding. And for many couples, waiting to get married is just not desirable. Because who wants to wait? So, having a small wedding now is what makes sense. But, just because you have a micro wedding, elopement or virtual wedding now, doesn’t mean your original wedding
What year 2020 has been. It’s been a crazy one for sure. Full of all kinds of difficult emotions. And even though it’s been a hard year, it wasn’t all bad. So, come and join me as we take a journey through 2020 with the good, the bad and the hope. And let’s start with
When it comes to the most popular time of the year to get married, summer usually takes the cake. Because it’s warm and sunny. Flowers are in bloom and people tend to have time off from school and work. Fall and spring are close behind in popularity and also get a lot of love. In
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
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