5 tips to plan a wedding during COVID-19 pandemic

Whether you’ve had to postpone your wedding, or are just in the middle of planning, here are some things to keep in mind.

News 12 Staff

May 6, 2020, 5:24 PM

Updated 1,536 days ago


Couples throughout the country have had to put their impending nuptials on hold, or adapted to the social distancing guidelines, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Here are few tips from co-publisher of NJWedding.com Erik Kent to help you plan your wedding, whether you’ve had to postpone or are just in the middle of the planning process.
Attend a virtual bridal show – Go online to see the attendees and learn more about each business
Get social – check out vendors, such as DJs, social media pages. Some are going live, so you can see how they perform
Consider a Monday wedding – with many brides scrambling to re-schedule, some venues are suggesting week-day weddings. This may lead to more vendors being available as well
Take a virtual tour – when looking for a venue, see if they offer a virtual tour for you to check out with your future spouse
Check contracts – if you already have a date or are ready to sign, always check your contracts to see about future date changes, refunds, etc., specifically related to pandemics or events out of your control
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