We have been talking a lot about weddings and COVID-19. It is a difficult time for engaged couples facing imminent celebrations or honeymoons who are now scrambling to reschedule and for the wedding industry trying to navigate things as the global health pandemic changes daily.
For us at Weddingbells that has meant pivoting our content to not only to inspire you, but most importantly to inform you of issues and developments impacting weddings. We are here to support you, our readers, and the wonderful wedding vendor community. We are committed to creating content that will keep you in the know and also entertained because we all need a little of that right now.
If you already have an event planned that you feel may be in jeopardy or are engaged and thinking of a 2021 wedding, get proactive now and get things secured. We have done some incredible content to help guide you and ensure you that you are not alone. Read up on how coronavirus is impacting weddings here. Hear from real brides who are facing rescheduling woes and how they are dealing with (and feeling about it!) here. Read some expert wedding planner intel on why you may want to consider postponing your wedding until 2021 here. If you want to get proactive with your wedding planning, our new columnist wedding planner Katie Gregg has some great advice here. And by all means you can absolutely still forge ahead with your wedding plans virtually and connect with all your vendors easily and effortlessly—read up on that here.
We of course are still continuing to deliver beauty and inspiration as well. Let our real weddings sweep you away and deliver some much-needed lightness to your day. You can also expect our daily mix of décor, florals, food, travel and gorgeous styled shoots done by some of Canada’s top talents.
Though we need to socially distance from one another right now, know that you are not alone, and we are here! We love hearing from you and interacting on our social platforms—we’re @weddingbellsmag on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook whenever you want to get in touch. Let’s be there for each other—now, more than ever, is a time to connect.