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How Has COVID-19 Affected Wedding Plans?

Of all the complicated plans that go into the time leading up to the main event, getting formal suits for your wedding probably doesn’t come near your list of top five concerns, especially in the time of COVID-19. In many ways, the pandemic has fundamentally changed the wedding industry, with restrictions on gatherings making it harder to plan a guest list and turning seating arrangement charts into a bigger nightmare than they already were. 

However, that doesn’t mean that you and your fiancée’s big day is doomed. Here are some of the ways that the pandemic has changed the experience of planning and holding a wedding: 

Rescheduling is Possible 

While it may not be the ideal first choice, one thing that many couples have opted for is postponing their marriage until a time when their wedding can be held the way they’d originally envisioned it rather than compromise. 

If you’re worried about postponing the ceremony, then you can always get legally married and postpone the celebration until a time when restrictions are lifted, and life can return to a semblance of normalcy. This method of structuring your wedding could be even more feasible as many of the wedding industry vendors have opted to work with clients to avoid canceling the contract. 

Restrictions Might Not Mean a Cancellation 

If rescheduling is just a horrifying idea to you both, then you could still opt to hold a wedding with some restrictions in place to help protect everyone involved and comply with local regulations. An increasingly popular way to do this is to keep the physical group of people small and socially distant and stream the ceremony to your loved ones who aren’t permitted to be there. That way, everyone can be included without putting themselves or others at risk. 

Remember: The Day is About Celebrating You 

Whether it’s streaming your ceremony, instituting temperature checks at the door of the venue, or developing a Plan B with vendors for your wedding day, you should remember that your wedding day is about celebrating the loving relationship between yourself and your fiancée. Whatever decision you make regarding celebrating that love needs to reflect your comfort level with the situation so that you can enjoy the day you’ve both spent so long planning. 

To find out more about how the pandemic has changed weddings or buy a wedding tux, contact the Buy4Less Tuxedo team today!