COVID-19 is hitting every industry hard, and the wedding industry is no exception. Couples are having to move their weddings & plans to entirely new dates, places, and seasons. It’s just as heartbreaking as it is stressful.
This is the hard truth many couples with big weddings are having to face. With predictions that large gatherings may be banned until 2021 or later, this is especially tough as no one knows exactly when things will “go back to normal”. Although many feel hopeless about getting married at all in 2020, I’m here to tell you that YOU CAN get married in 2020. I’m also here to say that change is beautiful, so embrace it. What’s meant to be will be.
That’s right. You can take this tragedy and turn it into an opportunity to have an incredible wedding day in the midst of all this craziness. How?
Before you close this tab, hear me out:
Elope with your closest family & friends in whatever quantity your state will allow, and have your larger reception celebration at a later date.
It’s really that simple. What do you care more about. . .having a big party or getting married? You can care about both, but hopefully the “getting married” part ranks first. And in that case, WHY NOT have an incredibly authentic, uninhibited & adventurous wedding day with your closest humans and THEN have your big bash once we are in the clear? You could even do a vow renewal ceremony at your big event if you really want all of your guests to witness your vows. Unconventional? Yes. But unconventional times call for unconventional measures.
Gain the absolute gift of having not ONE, but TWO wedding celebration days. Gain an incredible & unique experience you may have never thought to embark on if it wasn’t for these strange times.
New to the idea of eloping? Intrigued? Let me help you out.
Let’s do this thing.
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