What does this Coronavirus crisis mean for your wedding?

In these unprecedented times full of uncertainty and worry, how do you navigate all of your upcoming covid-19/coronavirus wedding plans?

Firstly, I recommend getting in touch with your celebrant/officiant to begin discussions or seek some advice of what to do now (if they haven’t already contacted you.)  All of my upcoming clients have been contacted and discussions have taken place or are booked in the near future to discuss possible options.  This for me, is a MUST.

Together openly and honestly discuss plan b, plan c and plan d with your chosen celebrant.  All possibilities need to be put on the table for discussion, as government regulations are changing hour by hour.  We must keep in mind that health and safety are a priority and are not negotiable.

Secondly, get in contact with the suppliers that you have booked and discuss the strategies that they have in place or, if they feel that they will not be able to supply their service for your upcoming ceremony –  its best to be informed sooner rather than later.  I am happy to work with you in the event that solutions are required.

I absolutely agree that this is not a time to panic, we just need to keep calm.  Its all about being proactive with the current situation.  Hopefully your wedding day will be able to go ahead unchanged, but for those that will need to make changes, together we can come up with a plan.

I have many creative solutions available at this time for all wedding ceremonies to go ahead, as long as you have your NOIM (Notice of Intended Marriage) completed, then we can push forward with online video communications, phone calls and emails to work on the finer details.  I recommend the NOIM is completed with your celebrant, as a high priority.

My upcoming ceremonies all have plan b, plan c and plan d.  Together we will overcome all of these challenges and be forever grateful for our shared connection.

My lines of communication remain open as always and I look forward to officiating all of my planned ceremonies, as long as all Government guidelines can be adhered to.

Love Sharon xx

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