Looking around and see that the world is not what it used to be two years ago is already depressing in itself, but realizing that we may have to wait for an uncertain amount of time to get things back to normal is another cross to bear. For those lovebirds who were planning to have the wedding of the century in 2019, the COVID-19 pandemic truly is a huge wrecking ball that shattered your big wall of dreams. Now, you will need to winnow down every great ideas that you have come up with for your special day.
With the new normal, particularly the health guidelines and restrictions that you are required to comply with on every event that you are planning, having your big dream wedding seems impossible already. However, with only a few small changes, you can still pull off a wedding day to remember.
Be Ready For Some Additional Cost For Your ‘New Normal’ Wedding Day
As already mentioned, we have strict health guidelines in place for the community to abide so that we can curb the spread of COVID-19. As the days go by, the virus causing this dreadful disease has only become more transmissible and virulent, so we need to be more strict than ever in implementing these health and safety protocols. As for your wedding day, you must be ready for some additional notes in your to-do list. For one, you will need to prepare a bunch of health declaration forms for your guests, which will be available in an entrance booth, which will also serve as a screening booth to check if your guests are showing signs and symptoms.
It would be much better if you have a QR scanner at the entrance to that your guests can just use their mobile devices to flash the QR code, which will instantly give their personal details that are useful for contact tracing. That being said, you need to allot budget for this. Hopefully you hired an efficient and experienced wedding planner to help you with all the added hassle.
While you’re at it, why don’t you visit and choose the cutest and bubbliest little pupper as a new member of your family. You won’t regret having a loveable fluffball by your side as you enjoy your first day as newlyweds.