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What the Future of Weddings After COVID-19 Could Look Like – Part I

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What the Future of Weddings After COVID-19 Could Look Like – Part I

While Americans hold their breath and hope the newly released vaccines are quickly available and do everything they are supposed to do – help produce herd immunity to Covid-19 – no one is taking anything for granted. This is especially true for anyone who has had to cancel, reschedule, or downsize their wedding plans. As states are in various stages of re-opening and/or setting new restrictions, one thing is certain for the future of weddings – there is no such thing as certainty.

Our society will likely reconsider how group gatherings are held – even after the pandemic is under control. Therefore, wedding pros, especially wedding planners, are thinking and talking about the possibility of implementing “COVID-compliance” measures for future nuptials. Therefore, if you are planning, or re-planning, your wedding, we think that taking the time to navigate what might be necessary, now, during the planning stages, will help you make the most of what will likely be the most exciting and joyful day in your lives.

By considering various possibilities surrounding future wedding celebrations, you will be able to implement necessary contingency plans as needed.

What to Expect – Health and Safety Measures at Lake Geneva Banquet Halls

Lake Geneva Banquet Halls are now evaluating how to evolve their existing spaces – not to maximize capacity, but to maximize safety during large gatherings. Venues like these will be taking extra precautions going forward – being hyper-vigilant regarding cleaning and sanitizing.

Inventive hand sanitizing solutions will come into play, and as you plan your future celebration, you should plan on speaking with your vendors about what they are doing to keep their staff and your guests safe. Consider the many times when guests will need to touch things, and make sure hand sanitizers and wipes will be accessible everywhere.

Ask as many questions as possible regarding personal and guest safety including whether the staff will be wearing PPE, and how rented items are cleaned – as well as any other questions you may have. Discuss options for how masks and gloves might be distributed to guests. Frequent hand washing and masks are encouraged to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, and both practices have been widely accepted and are likely to remain habitual for many people into the foreseeable future – depending on context.

When it comes to gloves, the wedding couple as well as the wedding party, may choose to include fashion or dress gloves into their wedding attire. Long accepted by many cultures and historically considered an elegant choice, this accessory has always been considered timeless and may be easily adopted with handshakes in mind.

Abbey Springs – Plan to Celebrate in Style

We understand that all these new guidelines may seem a bit confusing, but once you book your venue and begin finalizing some of the details, we guarantee the anticipation of your wedding day will make it easier to deal with all the necessary arrangements. In fact, you may even begin to enjoy it! Check back for more helpful information in this continuing series about what the future of weddings is likely to look like.

Posted: 12/29/2020 8:06:34 AM by Nemec, Benjamin

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