4 Wedding Factors That You Should Reassess While Stuck In Lockdown

Wedding Factors That You Should Reassess While Stuck In Lockdown

4 Wedding Factors That You Should Reassess While Stuck In Lockdown

We’re all stuck at home. We’re all helpless and really can’t do anything more than postponing all our plans and key events until the safest further notice. However, we can either consider this time of restraint as a challenge or as an opportunity to take a knee and look at our plans from a newer perspective. 

We’re all stuck at home. We’re all helpless and really can’t do anything more than postponing all our plans and key events until the safest further notice. However, we can either consider this time of restraint as a challenge or as an opportunity to take a knee and look at our plans from a newer perspective. 

There’s going to be some major changes in the way things work and are perceptive after this COVID-19 lockdown period, and in you were forced to postpone your wedding to after this period, you should be aware of most of these changes too. With all these changes, you can use this time to sit back are reassess and reassign some of your wedding planning tasks to best suit the new challenges that you’ll face during your post-lockdown wedding. To start with, here are some of the factors that we think will need some reassessment:

Your Wedding Budget:

The travel and hotel industry is one of the biggest victims of this lockdown. So if you were planning a getaway wedding in some far destination spot, you might have to reconsider. You’ll also have to go through your catering and hotelling contracts (if you’ve signed any) and see how much the postponing will cost you. You can trim the costs on non-essential factors and divert them towards adding safety measures to your wedding. 

Your Wedding Guestlist:

You may heartily wish for all your abroad colleagues, friends, and relatives to attend your wedding, but with all the travel restrictions, your guest list will see some drastic changes. Since your budget will also suffer some cuts, you’ll have to redo the entire guest list to fit your new budget. People living in COVID-19 Hotspots will avoid traveling altogether, so better to ask for early RSVPs to have an approx estimate of guests. Meanwhile, keep updating your guests about all the changes timely, so they are free to manage their schedules accordingly. 

Your Wedding Venue:

Grand destination weddings are almost out of the question, at least till the end of 2020, as your guest list will be cut down. On the other hand, now might be a great time to look for some local venues as the costs for local venues such as open lawns and wedding banquet halls have dropped in most of the cities. Look for venues that have updated their security and safety measures to align with the COVID-19 precautions. Wedding Banquet halls are a classic choice for having a royal wedding without spending extravagantly. 

Your Wedding Decor:

Just like local wedding venues, local vendors and dealers for decor and catering services have also become empathetic and flexible with their costs in light of the global crisis and possibly won’t charge you anything extra after the lockdown. On the contrary, you can look for other decor options from various states and countries where service costs have plummeted. However, we also suggest that we must all support our local community and businesses and try to make the best of what is available to you locally.

While making these hard decisions, wedding banquet halls that provide almost all in-house wedding services and vendors can save the day for you. If you’re interested in arranging your wedding in the beautiful state of Goa, then Golden Orchid is one of the most convenient wedding venues in Goa. Golden Orchid is a sizeable 1200 m2 banquet hall where all your guests can maintain distance while attending your lavish-themed private wedding. With their staff highly trained in following COVID-19 preventive measures and providing top-notch in-house services, Golden Orchid can surely elevate the elegance, joy, and safety of your wedding by manifolds. Visit the Golden Orchid website to contact their wedding planners today!

There’s going to be some major changes in the way things work and are perceptive after this COVID-19 lockdown period, and in you were forced to postpone your wedding to after this period, you should be aware of most of these changes too. With all these changes, you can use this time to sit back are reassess and reassign some of your wedding planning tasks to best suit the new challenges that you’ll face during your post-lockdown wedding. To start with, here are some of the factors that we think will need some reassessment: