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  • Writer's pictureNathalia Frykman

Planning a wedding in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic: What to do?

The new coronavirus has arrived and brought a great challenge to the wedding market and to the newlyweds, since many are being forced to revise their plans - whether for the wedding day or for the honeymoon. I believe that with good communication, flexibility and teamwork it is possible to come up with a solution for each wedding.

Couple hugging and laughing at their engagement session photographed by Nathalia Frykman
  • Look for reliable sources of information. Watch out for the spread of fake news and sensational articles.

  • If you have guests from other states or countries, it is also important to take this into account when consulting information.

Wedding party with bride and groom, bridesmaids and groonsmen.

  • Before making any decision regarding your wedding, talk to your vendors. These professionals are crucial to manage the crisis and help the couple find the best solution.

  • It is essential to be transparent with your vendors and share all your doubts. Reread all your contracts and check the clauses of each vendor as well.

Engagement session at Marietta Square, GA. Couple smiling at each other at sunset

  • Be open to changing your plans if necessary. An alternative to which most professionals are open is to postpone the wedding.

  • If you decide to change your plans, it is better to postpone the date than cancel the wedding. Remember all the time and energy you have already spent planning; you don't have to do it all again.

Bride and Groom walking with their families after their wedding ceremony
  • Wedding professionals are open to adjusting their schedules to their needs so that this transition is smooth and correct.

  • Good communication is crucial at this point. Therefore, it is essential to talk to all the guests. Depending on the date of the wedding, it is also recommended to send a notification or include the information on the couple's website.

Couple's Bridal session at sunset at Brooklyn Bridge New York

In the midst of panic and denial of the problem, the most important thing is to be cautious and seek quality information!

Nathalia Frykman Photography LLC is a team of photographers specialized in wedding photography based in the Atlanta area, GA, USA.

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see more and learn about our specials. Our studio is currently located in Roswell, GA and consultation appointments are available upon request. We value our multicultural clients and are proud LGBTQ+ allies.

Nathalia Frykman Photography is a preffered vendor of Wedding Wire, The Knot, Junebug Weddings and Offbeat Bride.

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