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Things to consider for a ‘microwedding’

by The 100 Companies
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As a “COVID bride,” I’ve learned a lot about how to navigate the new normal of wedding planning. Of all there is to consider, below is my top advice.

• If planning a buffet, offer disposable gloves for guests to wear while serving themselves.

• Traditional seating is out the window. Make several clusters of seats for guests, but separate each by at least six feet.

• Provide masks and hand sanitizer – customize them for added details.

• Stream the ceremony on Zoom so those who aren’t able to attend still feel included.

• Enjoy the day and don’t forget what’s truly important – getting married!

Lindsay Gordon, 360 Media, Inc.

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