Four important tips for planning a wedding in the post-Covid era.

It’s fantastic to see the environment changing so rapidly as the post-Covid era draws closer with every passing day. But in the euphoria of getting back to something like normality, there are still a few issues that you should take into account.

Why you shouldn’t fear the hospitality sector right now.

If you’ve booked a hotel for your wedding – or are planning to do so shortly – here’s a personal experience of the extraordinary lengths they’re going to in the fight against Covid.

Some thought-starters on keeping your wedding party below 50!

If you’re one of those couples who are proceeding with your wedding based on a party of 50 or fewer, here are some tips on how you can pare down your invitation list to this very tough target figure.

What we can learn from the English guidelines for Covid weddings?

With very little guidance coming from government sources on what we can and can’t do during a Covid-era wedding, maybe you’ll find some inspiration in what the English authorities are advising couples to do?

What will your wedding look like as restrictions ease?

The second half of 2020 will see more and more couples decide to tie the knot – despite the Covid-19 restrictions that will apply. But what do those restrictions look like – and how might they affect your big day?

Weddings in 2020. Adjusting to the new normal.

It’s fantastic to see how the number of new cases of Covid-19 is dropping so steadily, but what does it all mean for those hoping to get married in 2020?

What’s happening to all those cancelled weddings?

As we head into May and uncertainty continues to be the order of the day for couples planning a wedding, it’s always good to know what other couples out there are planning to do.

What to do if your wedding is threatened by Covid-19

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been contacted by dozens of couples who wanted to reschedule their big day. I understand how big a decision this is – and how deeply hurtful it is to have to abandon plans temporarily after so much time and effort has gone into them.