Updated: Sep 18, 2020
2020, I think we're all done with you and are looking forward to a new chapter. The wedding industry is up in arms. Mandates on large gatherings are changing every day, people are losing their jobs, we're no longer allowed to see each other and if we do, just forget what the lower half of our faces look like. We're all masked up and scared.
As a wedding planner, it is gut wrenching to see the amount of pain, money, mental anguish, and lack of security. It's a rough road ahead during this global pandemic. The world is on edge and weddings seem to be the least on everybody's mind. Can the Corona virus take a seat, already?
Everybody deserves the wedding they have envisioned. It's not a necessity, no--but if you think about the future, gatherings of any kind will be cherished more than ever. Because we have had this emotional, lonely, and sometimes terrifying year, we owe it to our loved ones to gather with honor. Once the fear has subsided, we will all say 'yes' more often to go to that wedding, office gathering, holiday party, and reunions with family. These little events in our lives could very well be the memories we hold onto forever because we know how it felt to have to be apart from one another.
So let's plan for the future to be bright. 2021 could be our silver lining. It's imperative that we give this wedding a fair shot. You don't want to look back and say that the pandemic has halted your dream of wearing the white dress and walking down that aisle with your dad. Saying "I do" is one of the most romantic things you can do and most Texas wedding vendors are standing behind their couples to make sure that happens.
At the moment, we have open eyes and ears and we will be following seriously along with the guidelines from the CDC and government authorities. We cannot be held accountable for the way that the pendulum swings. We will try our best to be safe, sanitary, and always understanding.
It's important that we all remember that weddings are a luxury. At this point in time, gathering in large numbers aren't considered safe. If your wedding isn't able to happen exactly the way that you want, you can plan for a big vow renewal or anniversary in the future. But for now, let's make sure that when we do gather, we do it safely and in good health.
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