Why during this pandemic is the best time to have your wedding
a free written excerpt
"While many brides wanted their childhood wedding dreams to come to life, it is the intimacy and love that is celebrated in the solemnization - the union of two."
Here are three reasons to push through with your wedding plans despite the pandemic:
First, it is practical.
A grandiose wedding may be what any girl could dream of - many guests, long table spread, extravagant styling, and etc. That also means, a grandiose amount of money would be shelled out. So, with all the budget considerations and restrictions that dream sometimes remain a dream. This pandemic is a practical excuse to minimize the expenses without discounting the joy and intimacy of the celebration. With the safety and health protocols implemented, the number of guests would be limited. That means lesser expenses and more savings. There are wedding caterers and suppliers that offer packages for small pax without undermining the quality of services.
Second, it is intimate.
A wedding is supposed to be a celebration of the union of two people. But most of the time, it is viewed as a measurement of the couple's financial capacity to impress their guests. These times had paved way to remind us that it is not the financial extravagance that is essential, but the love and intimacy of the union. With the limited number of guests, only people who share in the same delight for the couple are essential. Anyway, true love can never be measured by the size of the celebration.
Lastly, it offers "unli-honeymoon"
The beginning stage of marriage is always most savored by couples - it is the honeymoon stage. It is as if all the sugar, spice, and eveyrthing nice has been poured down to the couple during their honeymoon stage. In the old normal, newly weds would usually use up their vacation leaves to spend honeymoon, which before they know, ended so soon. Now, when the world seemed to slow down and alternative work arrangements are being adopted, newly weds are given more opportunities to savor being stuck in the honeymoon avenue. After all, they married to be stuck together forever anyway. It's surely gonna be a sugar rush for them.
Let's get the wedding preparations started!
As one said, "Life is the moment we are living right now"
the Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Start planning your delightful wedding story in the South today with the help of experts at Town's Delight Catering & Events.