How To Make The BEST Out of a Small COVID-19 Wedding

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We have never imagined that COVID-19 would cast a shadow over celebrations for so long. Well, it’s been more than a year and how long a wedding can be postponed is yet an unanswerable question. Pandemic has revamped the big fat Indian weddings into intimate weddings and it’s up to you on how you make the best out of it.

Today, this blog will let you know more about how to arrange a covid wedding beautifully. Planning a small wedding is not a tough thing but there are certain covid wedding rules that you cannot ignore.

Have Virtual Invites & Wedding Guests: To cut on your guests' list is a tough task. In this case, all you can do is invite the most closed ones. In most states, the government has allowed 50 guests which means 25 from each side. So, not to upset your relatives and friends you can send a live stream link to attend the ceremony.

Cut Down Your Nuptial Ceremonies: It will be hard to manage many traditional ceremonies. Indian weddings have a lot to do right from Mehandi, Haldi, Sangeet, Cocktail, Engagement, and tying knots. Be very specific to cut short these ceremonies.

Proper Social Distancing Seating Arrangement For Guests: Rather indoors make use of outdoor space like garden, backyard or terrace. When the number of guests is very few you can best utilise these spaces. Or, else you can hire a small resort at a place where there are few or no COVID-19 cases as such a place would be best to relax in this stressful situation. Next, up you can opt for a restaurant-style seating arrangement while following proper social distancing.

Mini Dance Floor, Small Music System & More: Instead of a packed dance floor, plan solo performances, live music, or a family orchestra. Give your relatives a stage to showcase their talent and steal the limelight. This would be the best time to play your favourite playlist and express love for your partner.

DIY Décor For Small COVID-19 Wedding: Decorating your wedding place is unique in itself. It's time to show your creativity. If you are utilising your personal space (like your home) for a wedding; make the best of your minimum resources. You can use beautiful DIY decor ideas such as dupatta or saree drapes to make the ambience colourful. Diwali lights, lanterns, and candles are the best choices to brighten the place. Use aroma candles for fragrance. Also, use flowers for the welcome door, rangoli,

Include a Fancy Bar, Dessert Station & Delicious Cuisines: A huge guest list limits the menu in catering. But, you can go all out with your intimate wedding. Upgrade your five-course meal to seven-course. Increase the variety of appetizers and snacks. An intimate wedding does not always mean a low-budget wedding. It can also be more budget per headcount. Fancy bar, customised dessert corner, and plenty of delicacies are worth spending on.

Photo and Video Ideas: They hold much importance especially for the loved ones who are not able to attend the wedding. There is an increasing demand for live streaming especially in the times of Coronavirus. Photographers should be instructed to capture the photographs from a distance. In addition, the drone can be used effectively for live streaming too.


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