Planning weddings ceremony during Coronavirus
Weddings, in general, have a lot of planning to do. But, during these difficult times, it’s even harder and stressful to plan your wedding day. Between deciding about the flowers, the cake, the music, the wedding dresses, the bride and the groom have also to think about the social distancing. In our culture, it’s considered bad luck to cancel or postpone your wedding date, even during a pandemic. And if you really consider bad luck postponing your wedding, then you should keep in mind some rules. The first thing you should know when planning weddings during Coronavirus is that you should keep everyone safe. Talk to the venue, the vendors, and everyone who is taking care of your special day about being extra safe.
I know as a wedding photographer that some couples want and dream about a big wedding but believe me, during these times try to invite as few people as possible. Most importantly, hygiene. Avoid meeting people as much as you can. This can be really hard for the bride and groom since everybody wants to meet them, but please use a hand sanitizer and you’re your hands.
A beautiful wedding ceremony
Now that I mentioned every important rule about your wedding day, let’s move on to the beautiful part of the day. This was one of the first wedding ceremonies in our country after months of isolation and quarantine. It was also the first wedding that I was photographing after months. Being a wedding photographer is something I love and not doing it for a long time was really sad for me. This wedding ceremony was small, intimate, and private. The décor, the natural flowers that were all over the place made us feel like we were part of a fairytale.
The bride and the groom were very excited and they had been waiting for this day for a long time. Their positivity, their kindness, their welcoming, and their love made this wedding the perfect one. Our beautiful bride wore a long tulle overskirt short wedding dress combined with a unique wedding headpiece with a veil. Walking down the aisle, the bride looked stunning. Weddings during Coronavirus can be stressful but when everything is under control, the bride and the groom don’t have to worry about anything.