You’re not alone if Covid has forced you to plan and re-plan your wedding this last year. It may seem almost impossible to have a “safe” wedding AND have the wedding of your dreams. I can promise you, though, that it is possible.
Whether you’re looking for inspiration or reassurance, here are some tips — and some beautiful photos — for a covid safe wedding day. It’ll be great.
For this particular wedding, the ceremony took place in the church. It was a short, sweet ceremony — about 30-40 minutes.
The only guests in attendance were 7 close friends and family, including the officiant.
Now, you don’t have to only invite 7 people, but if your ceremony is indoors, consider making it VIP only.
If you’re eloping or not having a reception, this does not by ANY means you have to skimp on the wedding pictures. You can still walk away with a photo album full of memorable images, even if your wedding only lasts for 2 or 3 hours.
I’d recommend some getting ready photos if they’re important to you, and you should pick 2 or 3 favorite spots of yours as a couple.
Everything can be outdoors, and you get to make some new memories at your most nostalgic locations.
If you’re feeling anxious about if it’s even possible to have a covid-safe wedding, I’m here to tell you: yes you can.
It may not take place at an indoor banquet hall, and your guest list may have to go from 150 to 15, but I promise it’ll be just as special. Besides, this doesn’t have to be the *only* party you have to celebrate your wedding day.
When you think about it: a short ceremony with just close friends and family and a 2-3 hour photoshoot outside at the spot where you first met? Could it be more ideal, honestly?
Makeup by the amazing Ilise Harris.
Florals by Ivie Joy Floral Arts
Kris’s beautiful dress is by Rebeca Ingram from Paisley Bridal
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