All of that being said, let me share some important tips, that will give you peace of mind surrounding your wedding day!
1) Make sure all of your venders have a clause to allow for a change of date in the case of an emergency.
2) This one is a big one, but important. Make sure your venue has a clause to allow for a change of date in the case of an emergency such as a global pandemic, natural disaster, or death of a fiance. I hate putting that one in, but I am always truthful and transparent. As we all struggle through these times, it’s important to be as prepared as possible. After all of the canceled and postponed wedding, venues should be willing to comply, if they aren’t I’d reconsider that venue.
3) During the wedding, have hand sanitizer in abundance with nice signs saying “We love you all, so let’s make sure we all stay healthy. Enjoy the free sanitizer!”
4) Have the elderly guests where gloves when greeting people. Have the servers and other guests take special precautions around them. I would even suggest adding a note in the invitations.
This will not be the last global pandemic so let’s be prepared and all stay healthier in the meantime!
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Summer Bear Photography Wedding Magazine