Couples around the world are asking themselves about how to plan a wedding after COVID. But it is important to know, that destination weddings won’t be canceled, either stopped.
Some weddings will change the date or some others will change the wedding size might reduce a bit. But these changes only could do your wedding more intimate and with event locations broader.
Food & service will be more carefully done, because hotels have been working harder to offer the service and hygiene that you really need. Hotels also are taking new standards in all the areas. So, planning a wedding after COVID will be similar to before. You do not have to worry about it, all the industry has taken care of it.
Speak directly with your venue and suppliers, as it is important to understand what the options are and take your time to decide what is right for you. They’ll be one of the first to know the regulations when they are announced and will be able to discuss their options and limitations with you. Just remember, communication is key.
Several large hotel chains have announced rigorous measures that they are taking to help combat the spread. These measures include increased presence of hand sanitizers, more thorough cleaning measures, and keeping in line with the latest directives from public health organizations. If you’re concerned about your venue’s hygiene standards, don’t be afraid to ask them what their processes are. In this way, planning a wedding after COVID will be easier for you.
This is a huge day, but there’s so much more to look forward to, and in the end, you’re going to look back and say, ‘hey, I was a part of history’ because this is going to be one the books.
Other Couples also Ask:
What to do if my wedding date isn't available?
This is a question we hear very often. Every couple wants to be special and unique. Nobody wants to be among the other 10 brides. To avoid this, it is a good idea to have 2 or 3 different dates. Just in case the first option is not available. Try to avoid long weekends, national holidays, and vacation season as it could be very crowded and much more expensive. Also, try to look with your Pandit ji to give you 2 or 3 auspicious dates. And remember that weekdays might be less crowded than weekends.
I’m stressed. How should I approach my vendors?
Follow the advice of a local expert. Check the step by step planning guidance we offer to all our couples. And of course, make a balance between your dream and your budget with the budget simulator we give to all our couples.
Will my honeymoon be impacted due to the post COVID-19?
It is very common to see that couples take the most of their destination wedding and decide to have their mini-moon right after in a sister property. If you decided to have a destination wedding with all your family and friends, your honeymoon will not be impacted directly by COVID-19. You will basically have to move from the resort you hosted your wedding to the one you chose for your honeymoon and will be just a short ride. With the same care and safety protocols as the wedding, but in this case just for the 2 of you.
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