Intimate wedding plans in covid-19

Well, if you have already decided to skip the big fat Indian wedding in 2020 or in 2021, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19, it’s important that you check out the ultimate guide of intimate wedding ideas. The current Coronavirus situation has not only affected the global economies adversely but that doesn’t mean that you need to postpone your wedding plans for very long. Yes, you can still host smaller weddings post lockdown and how!


There’s something special about intimate weddings. Not only are they less stressful and easy to plan but also gives you a perfect opportunity to make your guests feel extra special. Plus, you get to save a lot of time and money!


So, if you are planning to get married as soon as the lockdown ends, here are some intimate wedding ideas to choose from and host one!


Location Matters Even If It’s Happening At Your Home!

Pick open areas which can accommodate your guests easily. From open lawns to terrace- choose a location which may be converted into your intimate wedding space without much effort!Well, your intimate wedding celebration cannot get any better as it would be at a farm house! Community halls are an excellent venue to host 50 people weddings and intimate weddings. They are not accessible to a huge crowds which makes it easier to control the hygiene and sanitization standards! Once the restrictions are lifted, you can even book small function spaces like wedding banquets and venues for intimate weddings.



Jazz Up Your Intimate Wedding Ideas With DIY Decorations!

Well, use your quarantine time effectively and unleash the creativity in you as you prepare DIY wedding decorations to style up your wedding venue! From reusing those bottles and cardboard boxes to creating DIY wall hangings, dreamcatchers, extra mattresses, cushions and pillows to create intimate and comfy spaces in your homes!



Create Dramatic Spaces As You Play With The Lights Smartly!

If you are hosting a small wedding at your terrace, make sure to lit it up using fairy lights including some scented candles to make your space all dramatic and impactful. You can even invite your guests for a wedding cum “Potluck” party and make your wedding feast all big and grand with lots of new dishes to try!

Make It Exciting For Your Guests

This time surely isn’t coming back again, so why not make it all memorable let your guests color coordinate with your wedding outfits or give them some easy to follow wedding dress code for your small wedding.


Don’t Miss On To Your Wedding Entertainment!

Well, if you think you can’t have fun at your home, you are completely mistaken! Borrow some speakers from your friends and set up your own DJ. Create your wedding playlist and let the music play!



Surprise Your Guests With DIY Wedding Favors!

Your wedding celebration can become a sweet reminder of gratitude and love for your guests if you surprise them with some cutesy DIY wedding favors. Not only will they unleash the creativity in you but also will prove how much you love your guests.


There's another benefit to rescheduling: It supports the small business owners involved with your wedding. Talk to your venue + vendors ASAP. The first thing you'll want to do is to have serious discussions with your venue and vendors about the potential impact of COVID-19 on your wedding. If you have a wedding planner, this is something they can facilitate. Know where you stand with your vendor team before doing anything else, and refer back to your contracts for the cancellation and postponement policies as well as information on any fees or non-refundable deposits.


There are many things you can still accomplish in your wedding planning with things being closed. You can create your timeline, determine your ceremony staging, or write your vows. You choose all your wedding songs, order thank you gifts, your wedding party and parents, order any decor you need for your wedding day or simply finalize your decor list.


You have this cool advantage to book a venue tour online and invite mom, dad, and grandma to participate. Meet with your potential vendors over zoom.


Do All the At-Home Prep Work: decide on your bar menu by doing a beer, wine, or cocktail tasting at home. Start a playlist with special songs for your processional and recessional, first dance, parent dances, etc. Now is also a great time to start any DIYs you are excited about. Work with your stationery designer.


Vendors are still booking and running their business, so continue to reach out. Reaching out now to your potential wedding vendors is key to help keep small businesses afloat during this time. Also, be sure to hire a wedding planner who can bring their expertise and help you navigate everything including the changes with COVID-19.


This moment in time won't last forever. We will get through it. We will come out stronger.

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Khushi Masarani

Published on : 09-Nov-2020 | By Admin

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