You’ve been planning your wedding, and now with all the new restrictions, you need a new plan:
▪ Get with your fiancé and family and decide how you want to move forward.
▪ Contact your venue to discuss optional available dates in the future. You may need to consider
switching to a Friday or Sunday.
During this global pandemic, you may need to consider making some changes to your wedding
day. Even after the stricter rules have been lifted regarding event sizes, there are still some
things you may want to consider changing to stop the potential spreading of the virus. Even
those with no symptoms or who are presymptomatic may be unknowingly carrying the virus
and infecting those around them.
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