The pandemic has made getting married a complicated process unless you want to elope. If you want others to join you on your special day (as most people do), then you need to make arrangements to protect the safety of everyone and involved, follow local laws, and hold up to CDC guidelines. What if the
With the vaccine rollout in full swing, we’re getting more and more excited about the time weddings will be a safe event to attend. For now, weddings across the country are in the planning (and replanning) stage. In fact, the New York Times recently reported that many couples who decided to postpone their spring 2020
Many wedding receptions have been delayed until it is safe and legal to gather in large numbers. So while you may have taken your vows in a small ceremony, there could still be some wedding planning to do for a future event. Here are some tips to help you choose the perfect first dance song.
A recent study looked at how the pandemic affected weddings in 2020, but it also predicted that the year of celebrations would be upon us once the vaccines help get venues reopened and gathering safe again. Here are a few quick takeaways from the study: 93% of weddings are still happening – A mere 7%
The pandemic has gone on long enough that we can’t let it stop weddings. But we also know that we can’t just get hundreds of people in a room, legally or safely, at this time. So how are couples pivoting to enjoy their wedding during the pandemic? Here are three popular options. Option 1: Have
Right now, we are still in the midst of a global pandemic. So the focus should be on virtual events. However, we know this situation won’t last forever. Once there are viable treatments, vaccines, or other options on the table, people will want to attend live events again. Here are a few tips so you can prepare to host a safe event in the post-pandemic world, where people may be reluctant to go all the way back to how things were before.
Many people are feeling isolated as the restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic continue. How can you fight these difficult feelings that could eventually lead to depression? Here are a few tips for conquering feelings of loneliness.
COVID-19 doesn’t seem to be showing signs of letting us hang out with our friends anytime soon. One good way to keep up with the people closest to you is to start an online club. It takes away the pressure of having to come up with things to talk about. Here are the possibilities if
All 50 states are beginning to open back up in one way or another, but hanging out with friends is low on the priority list for officials who are trying to get us all back to work safely. Since we may still be socializing with friends online for a while longer, we wanted to share some of our favorite ideas for getting together via videoconference.
How long has it been since you and your buddies were all able to get together? Assuming it has been quite some time, then maybe it’s time to throw an online party to get everyone together virtually! But how can you do it and not end up with the party being a lame event that people log off from one at a time after you’re barely an hour in? Here are a few tips.