7 Wedding Tasks That You Can Do from Home During This Pandemic

Many couples had plans to get married this year, and they had probably set date only for the world to be taken hostage by a global pandemic, the coronavirus. So many plans have had to be postponed, weddings, exams, events, seminars. As we all practice social distancing and self-isolate, we want you to know you are not alone and we will all get through this phase.

Now we know that as you spend time at home, you are interested in knowing if there are some things that you can still do con

cerning your wedding now. The answer is yes. That’s why we’ve decided to share with you 7 wedding activities you can engage in during this pandemic period from the confines of your home.

  • Hire Your Vendors

The truth is that once this pandemic is over and weddings are allowed to hold again, there is going to be a rush for all available vendors. Wouldn’t you rather find, for example, a great wedding planner now that you have the time? Meet with your vendors, discuss all your needs and how you imagine your wedding day. Together with wedding planner you can build your wedding plan just right so when the time comes everything is very well organised. Lots of times brides under-estimate the importance of hiring a wedding planner. Perhaps you can plan your own wedding yourself, however there are so many things involved in wedding planning, organising and implementing, about which you wouldn't want to worry on your wedding day! A wedding planner can help you in so many ways, starting from a help with your budget constraints and legal contracts, fight for your wedding vision and keep everything on track, get you a vendor discount, handle ceremony-to-reception flipping, helping you coordinate the entire day (as opposed to just one aspect). And all this is stress -free for you! And the good news you can meet your planner virtually these days too.

  • Meeting Virtually

Check-in on your wedding planner to show that you appreciate them. You can also get/give updates on what’s happening concerning your wedding tasks and try to come up with a new game plan for your wedding that considers the pandemic. It can be a relief to both you and them in these trying times.

  • Get A Wedding Website.

The use of social media and digital-based communication has become so important during this era, especially in this season. For the sake of safety, since we can’t gather physically or meet up with people, relationships and communications have been restricted to mostly virtual means. That is, online. Now is a good time to build your wedding website or a simple landing page. The purpose of your wedding website would be to have every information about your wedding on it, a map