COVID WEDDING UPDATE - 15 PEOPLE ALLOWED TO ATTEND A WEDDING FROM MAY 17TH 2021!
If you are in the midst of planning your big day, the chances are that Covid-19 has disrupted those special wedding plans you had in place.
Whether your intended wedding date has been and gone, or you have put off setting the date due to the pandemic, there is still plenty of wedding advice and tips you can take on board to make sure you really make the most of your wedding day when it finally rolls around.
Staying positive is the most important wedding advice anyone can give you. After almost a year of varying degrees of lockdown, your entire wedding party is guaranteed to be in the mood to celebrate. Wedding days are always a cause for celebration, but after an entire year at home, everybody is going to want to go all out for you.
If you are yet to book your wedding day, take the time to read the small print when booking your wedding suppliers and venue. Give yourself the peace of mind of being able to be flexible with your plans without losing out on any of your hard-earned cash. Weddings are expensive enough as it is, without having additional costs involved in having to rebook because of Covid-19.
Having extra time on your hands before your wedding day can be a real advantage to your finances. Those who had already booked for 2020 now have the benefit of an entire additional year to save up. Consider treating yourself to an extravagant honeymoon to compensate yourself and your partner for all those days of turmoil, wondering which restrictions the government is going to implement next.
Once lockdown restrictions are lifted, (in the UK from April 12 you will be allowed to have 15 people, and 30 from 17 May) your wedding can go ahead, and perhaps a restriction on numbers may not be a bad thing after all. A lot of brides and grooms-to-be report not seeing much of their new spouse on their actual wedding day due to the extended guest list.
So, why not make the most of the Covid-19 restrictions and enjoy a more intimate day!