The pandemic and resulting precautions in situ have changed this drastically. While slowly the reopening process has been kick-started, the govt has implemented strict guidelines that limit large gatherings and events, with less than 50 people attending at marriages. They’re witnessing marriages with restrictions with the assistance of technology like video calls or digital invites, thus broadening the horizons of possibilities for Indian couples.
The company has noticed these trends within the new normal of weddings and wedding planning.
Minimonies: Many are looking to possess mini-ceremonies or ‘mini-monies’ on pre-planned dates with an intimate gathering followed by a more massive celebration sometime within the latter a part of the year.
Safety measures: Welcome kits will have sanitisation kits. The guests might be asked for a medical certificate to make sure safety.
Guests by shifts: The couple won’t want to abandoning of all invitees within the wedding list, but they will are available shifts to make sure there’s no crowding and therefore the social distancing norms are followed. Making people sit and eat is a nice option just like it was done before.
Food prep and serve: How food is ready and the way it’ll be served will take great importance.
Hair and makeup: Masks are essential in these post-COVID-19 times, and if the bride is getting to wear it, then her lip makeup won’t be visible. Eyes and hair will take more focus. Proper and thorough sanitisation of the HMU team are going to be critical.
Venus: While the weather could play a spoilsport, it might be preferred to possess a well-aerated and ventilated venue instead of the closed, air-conditioned space.
Photography: Pre-wedding shoots done at exotic spots are not any more an option, but it are often through with candid shots alongside natural elements like trees, sun, etc.