What are YOUR Safety Plans for Your Wedding?
We have been talking with a lot of brides about their upcoming wedding and a typical topic that surfaces is “What Safety Plans are you putting in place for your wedding.” Now that some weddings will be starting to occur, we wanted to share with you ideas of some brides-to-be and, of course, we would love to hear from you any suggestions you might have.
SCALE IT DOWN
Many of the brides have reduced the number of guests significantly, and some have limited it to just Family Members.
Some brides have “eloped” while rescheduling their “party” reception to a later date. Brides who have married say that it has reduced stress, and in many ways, made it more intimate. In addition, many loved the ideal that they would celebrate TWICE.
PROCEEDING WITH THEIR WEDDING – With Changes or Rescheduling the Date
Brides are asking photographers to keep their distance by using longer lenses.
Rather than talking directly to DJ’s about dance requests, they are asking guests to “TEXT” their request. Those with photo booths have eliminated props from the DJ company and asked guests to supply their own.
Those with buffet style dinners are changing to a plated dinner. Some are adding more tables – limiting seating at a table to just family members, or as few as 4 people. Some have requested that silverware be wrapped – not left open/displayed on the table.
Of course, many have added sanitizing stations, and provided masks for all guests.
To keep the dancing spread out, some plan to place hoola hoops on the floor to scatter guests.
Some have asked their venue to just keep doors open, or have someone stationed there to open the door for guests.
The most important part is GOOD COMMUNICATION by a wedding couple to the venue, the vendors, and their guests. Let everyone know that you care about their safety.
So – brides, what are your plans?
Send your ideas to info@RunfortheDress.com