After delaying and hoping for the best, you may have decided that the only way to have your wedding in the near future is to use Zoom or another videoconferencing application. We’re here to help you still have the elegant bash you deserve. Here are our favorite tips for a Zoom wedding extravaganza.
Whether it is a seminar, a product release, or any other type of corporate event, it seems that the coronavirus is going to be forcing everything to become remote for the foreseeable future. What does this mean for your business? You rapidly need to learn how to produce great events online.
If COVID-19 has delayed or in other ways altered your wedding plans, you are far from alone. This pandemic is impacting couples and wedding vendors alike. Consider some of the following statistics from 2019 that show how many may be affected in California alone.
If the COVID-19 pandemic is causing you to make some last-minute changes to your wedding plan, that can add a lot of extra stress. Let’s consider a few ways to make it easier on yourself and still ensure that everyone knows about the adjustments you are making to keep your loved ones safe.
It may seem counterintuitive to spend money on a corporate event when businesses are struggling due to the widespread shutdowns caused by the novel coronavirus. However, this may be just what your brand needs when things finally open back up to get people excited about your company again.
Governor Newsome just outlined six big things that the state of California will have to be able to do in order to lift the current restrictions that we are all experiencing. Those necessities range from the need to expand testing capabilities as well as isolation for patients to the development of regulations that will help us continue to maintain social distancing, even in private businesses.
The novel coronavirus is making life difficult for everyone right now. However, if you were supposed to have your big day in the near future, you may feel like this outbreak is personally ruining your life. The good news is that your day will eventually come, and you will get the beautiful wedding that you deserve.
Since the Executive Order on March 19, most businesses in California are closed until further notice. That includes entertainment venues, public events, and more. Until the danger has passed, it simply isn’t safe to party in person. In the meantime, we hope you are keeping with your friends and family through online services like Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, and various forms of social media.
On March 19th, the governor of California issued a stay at home order. If you are being inconvenienced by this global pandemic, we understand and are experiencing the frustration along with you. However, the statewide restrictions are for the sake of public health, and people who don’t take those restrictions seriously may hurt themselves or others.