If you planned on getting married this year and your special day has sadly been impacted by the pandemic, you have a few choices. Either continue to get married with a socially distant ceremony or postpone your wedding to a later date. If you’re hoping to go ahead with your original plans, then be prepared to make a few adjustments to fit in with current safety regulations and guidelines.

Cut Down Your Guest List
Depending on where in the world you’re getting married, there will be certain rules in place for how many people you’re allowed there on the day. Many places have a limit of 30, meaning you’re most likely going to need to cut down your guest list dramatically. Consider making it a much more personal affair with just close family and friends attending. Plan a future party or event to properly celebrate with everyone when you’re able to.

Consider A Smaller, More Intimate Venue
You may have had dreams of a big, fancy wedding, but if you’re wanting to continue during the current climate, you’ll have to wave goodbye to this. This isn’t necessarily bad news, though. Consider having a backyard wedding for a more laid back, intimate vibe. You can still make it super personal to you and your partner, and it may also mean you will save a lot of money.

Live Stream Your Ceremony To Share With Friends and Family
Thanks to modern technology, cutting down your guest list doesn’t have to mean friends and family can’t witness your special day. Set up a live stream of your wedding using Zoom or Skype to help share the moment with your friends and family. Many couples tend to set this up themselves. However, if you required a helping hand, there are lots of professional wedding services that will get this sorted for you.