Things To Know If You’re Wedding Planning During the COVID-19

by | Jul 16, 2020

Things To Know If You’re Wedding Planning During the COVID-19

by | Jul 16, 2020

There’s always a lot to think about when planning your big wedding day, regardless of when your wedding is scheduled. But if it happens to be in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, wedding consultation, scheduling, and wedding planning during Covid for the likelihood that your wedding might be affected may be very confusing and overwhelming. Whether you’ve already had to postpone or cancel your wedding during Covid, making progress on your wedding plans whilst we’re in the midst of a pandemic is unlikely to be a walk in the park.

Right now, whether you’re planning a wedding at home, locally or a destination wedding, numerous moving parts are surrounding COVID-19—and because this is a dynamic scenario, what it means for your wedding, specifically, really depends on your wedding date, guest count, location, and extent of travel involved.

 Bringing to you a lighter perspective to wedding planning amidst COVID-19 pandemic, and wedding trends thereafter.

Virtual Appointments / Meetings

Wedding Planning during COVID-19 has its own challenges and a novel factor to it. Many wedding planners in India, designers, caterers, florists are taking online wedding consultations during the lockdown. have made the quick change to virtual appointments and consultations during the lockdown and as social distancing continues to be enforced, for those able to do so, this practice might continue throughout 2020. In this dynamic scenario, and unpredictability of the pandemic, wedding planning for couples shouldn’t see a dull day. On a brighter note, with the ever-evolving technology, a lot of the wedding planning during COVID-19 has proven to be much easier.

With Intimate Weddings gaining much popularity, Wedding In India after the lockdown ready and willing to see many more variations of an intimate wedding to suit each and every wedding‘s planning requirement.


Micro / Intimate Weddings

The unpredictability and uncertainty of pandemic restrictions can prove to be very daunting when it comes to intimate wedding planning in the near future. With such non-clarity on large group gatherings, it is rather a good idea to move forward with planning a micro wedding, or an intimate wedding celebration with a reduced guest list. With a smaller guest count, they can create a truly one-of-a-kind macro experience, splurging on elements like a top-shelf open bar, indulgent sit-down meals, or outside-the-box guest entertainment. Additionally to a micro wedding / intimate wedding, one can plan to host a larger party in the near future with the rest of their guest list.



Inviting different groupings of their guests to each event. This concept, similar to hosting a wedding with multiple pre and post-wedding functions, such as Sangeet, Mehendi, Haldi, Reception, Dress Down Cocktail Hours, etc; but with a select group of guests at each function. This will allow couples with a guest list on the larger side to celebrate with each and every one of their guests throughout multiple separate festivities.


Hyper Personalised Weddings

Wedding favours, experience, and even send-offs are all equal opportunities for personalization. If you do want to plan other wedding elements, make it even more about you as a couple story.


Dedicated Entertainment Evenings

Entertainment is more than dancing: Think a beautiful dance performance or elegant jazz concert that is wildly entertaining, but keeps guests in their seats longer. Creating unique sangeet/cocktail experiences will emerge.


Wedding Stationery Will Evolve

Wedding Stationery of the future will have to include more details. Besides the date, time, and dress code, you’ll need to add a few more details to your event invitation so guests know how to plan and participate. Include details and information advising guests about expectations on face coverings, social distancing, food service, and/or other safety measures you plan to apply to your event. This not only can help guests know what to expect, but it’ll also calm any concerns they may have about attending an event.

If your wedding is set for later this year or you are hoping to host a more casual affair at home meanwhile, as a result of COVID-19 it’s likely to look different. Staying flexible and adapting expectations to the uncertainty is imperative for your wedding in 2020.

Besides a reduced number of visitors, the need for the hour is to take safety precautions such as thermometer scans, masks, sanitizing stations, and, possibly, waivers for guests to sign. Letting guests know that you are taking these precautions, on your wedding invitation, website, will give them some confidence.

It is your wedding, and the people that would matter to you on our auspicious wedding day are with you, nothing else truly matters. Intimate weddings are a great idea to make unusual memories that will be treasured forever.

Get in touch with us: Marigold Pages Wedding Company if you are planning an intimate wedding because there will be some beautiful moments everyone will share and cherish forever.