If you are planning a wedding in 2020 or 2021, you're prepared for pretty much anything. Thousands of couples have adjusted their plans to have a smaller wedding. This doesn't mean, however, that your event has to lose it's magic. Today we're sharing 5 ways to make your small wedding feel like a grand event.
So your big plans for a destination wedding have been dashed, but the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't mean love has been cancelled. Soul mates all over the world are finding interesting and creative ways to say "I do", including intimate weddings at home with only their nearest and dearest.
If you are planning your wedding for the rest of 2020 or 2021, you have a lot on your plate! In addition to all of the stress that comes with planning a typical wedding, you now have to deal with a global pandemic on top of it!
If you're planning a wedding for 2020 or 2021, you're probably scrambling to make adjustments right and left. One way that you can have a little fun with it is in your favors.
Due to the Coronavirus, so many couples have had to reschedule their wedding. As a result, the invitations and other stationery you ordered may be totally irrelevant. And as budgets are often tight, it's alright to turn to DIY! Here are the steps to create beautiful affordable wedding stationery when you're in a pinch.
If you're currently planning a backyard wedding DIY style, there are a few important details that you may overlook, but really shouldn't!
Ordering your wedding cake doesn't have to be confusing. How many slices do you need and what if some guests don't like cake?! We're sharing a few tips to simply it, so you can just enjoy that cake tasting appointment!!
If current times or uncertainty about the future have you dreaming of a private elopement, a microwedding, or an intimate family affair, a few personal touches will go a long way.
Let's face it-- Covid-19 sucks. There's no way around it. It has impacted so much of our daily lives, and has hit couples planning on get married in 2020 especially hard. Our hearts go out to all those effected, but remember, love is NOT canceled. Postponing your wedding isn't anyone's first choice, so we're sharing a few tips to help plan virtually so you can come out on the other side of all this swinging!
If your wedding has been or may be postponed because of Coronavirus, we want to share some tips for managing the stress and change of plans during this trying time.
We're going to kick this off with the most annoying answer - it depends! Today we'll cover some of the typical costs that bridesmaids incur, but it should be noted that every single wedding, couple, and friendship is different.