COVID-19 Wedding Advice

  • zoom projection at wedding

    With weddings shifting to virtual or hybrid celebrations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, new technology has emerged to amplify the guest experience and help every guest feel truly valued on the big day. Here, wedding planners and industry pros share their favorite ideas they've seen and developed.

  • Planning a wedding in 2021 comes with a whole new set of concerns — including how to space guests appropriately during your ceremony and reception. Here, wedding pros share their favorite ideas for a socially-distant reception seating plan.

  • wedding reception bride groom first dance

    Wedding receptions in 2021 may not look quite the same as in years past — but dare we say they'll be even better than before? Without dancing taking center stage all night, couples are looking into more creative ways to keep their guests entertained and engaged all night long. Here are some of our favorite ideas. 

  • socially distant wedding ceremony seating

    There's been a lot of talk about creating socially-distant seating at your wedding — but how do you actually do that? Here, wedding industry pros share their favorite ideas for spacing out your ceremony seating. 

  • bride and groom

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the new year brings new wedding-planning concerns. But one thing 2021 couples have on their side is learning from last year's experiences. Here's what you need to know about planning a wedding this year.

  • wedding couple in masks

    Wedding season may have been postponed for many this year, but it certainly wasn’t canceled. As couples begin to move forward with their wedding plans, here are some tips for hosting a safe and fun celebration.

  • bride and groom in face masks

    This past year certainly hasn't been an easy one for engaged couples. And in the midst of all the chaos, it can be hard to see the silver lining — but it does exist! Here are a few reasons to feel thankful for your experience.

  • Real bride Stephanie Fogg opens up about her bachelorette weekend in Nantucket during the Coronavirus pandemic and shares tips on how to have a great celebration in these unprecedented times. 

  • Bride and groom

    Had to change your wedding date thanks to COVID-19? Here are some fun ways to honor the original date you planned to get married.

  • COVID 19 wedding

    We reached out to readers to find out how they are planning, postponing and, in some cases, holding their weddings during the COVID-19 era.

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