Brides affected by COVID, what our your plans?

posted 1 week ago in Ceremony
Post # 16
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: City, State

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@pinkflamingos:  Same here.  Our wedding guest list will be 40-50 people in December of 2020.  We’re still planning as though it’s going to happen.  We did cut the guest list to keep the number under 50, and we will be doing hand sanitzer stations, spacing tables, and keeping everything outside.  Over half of the guest list lives within driving distance, and the others are family and are either planning to watch the live stream or try to make it.  We will see.  

Post # 17
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2020

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@bouviebee:  I hope it works out for both of us!  I only have one couple coming from out of state and the vast majority live within an hour drive of the venue.  I am assuming our grandmas and an aunt I love very much who is on chemo probably won’t be able to come sadly.  But a huge portion of our guests (and my fiancé and me) have been working through this whole thing, anyway.  Because of the line of work we are in, we interact with the public daily.  I’m guessing a lot of us have already been exposed.

Post # 18
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Worker bee

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@LittleFrenchBee:  Thanks for the heads up! I know everyone I would want there already has a passport but that’s good to know so I can make sure his side does. We’ve given ourselves a deadline of end of August to see where the world is and solidify the date and plans.

I’m also trying to see how he feels about getting married earlier and going to court but still having the destination ceremony. Honestly I just want to wear the wedding band so dang bad. It’s really pretty, lol.tongue-out

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