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Posted by Neeraj Kamra on June 23, 2020

 

You have planned your wedding day for months and in some cases, years. You’ve agonized over every little detail starting with the trimming on your dupatta to the exact shade of gold on your partner’s sherwani. But, this pandemic imposed lockdown has forced hundreds of would-be couples to postpone their big event to sometime later in 2020 or 2021. No worries! You can use this time to plan little details of your dream wedding more precisely. If you are planning for a hassle-free destination wedding then Weddings by Neeraj Kamra – Wedding planner in Udaipur can help your family host an amazing wedding ceremony.

At the same time, a significant new trend has also emerged during the crisis — that of lockdown weddings. You can plan your Lockdown wedding with Best Wedding Planner in Udaipur – Weddings By Neeraj Kamra.

We are deeply sorry if any of you are currently facing the madness that is wedding planning in the pandemic era. Weddings By Neeraj Kamra, Destination Wedding Planner in Udaipur has gathered few essential details to get you the information you need to make it through this big change.

Team, Weddings by Neeraj Kamra - Wedding Planner in Udaipur has planned a lovely guide of how to make their celebration intimate yet memorable given the current circumstances with ups and downs of social Distancing without any added stress and disappointment of having to plan your wedding in the midst of a global pandemic.

  1. Plan your Wedding with Covid19 Insurance Policy:
    Many insurance companies are providing the Covid19 insurance policy to let you get out and enjoy life carefree. We should be prepared for any unexpected circumstance that life can throw our way. After all, being ready is the first step towards preventing a small accident from becoming a disaster. Before joining any public event, we should get ourselves covered.
  2. Grab the downtime Deals/discounts:
    Since millions of wedding got postponed, Weddings vendors also had to postpone their bookings due to COVID-19. To get back in the game, they will be ready for negotiation and bargain, which means it’s the best time to grab the offers and make bookings with your vendors with some extra benefits or discounts.
  3. Apt Wedding Space:
    In the post-pandemic era, people will look forward to socializing again; however, they are still expected to be skeptical about attending mass gatherings. In such a world full of heightened cautiousness, wedding planners or couples need to take all precautionary measures while organizing mass gatherings, especially weddings. An open-air or outdoor wedding means plenty of space, which could help people maintain physical distancing as compared to an indoor wedding. Furthermore, a well-thought-out seating arrangement is essential to reduce risks. Venues should organize bigger tables with limited seating to maintain distance between people. For instance, a table for 10 should be assigned to 5 guests only.
  4. Thinner the crowd, less the risk:
    We have recommended all to downsize their wedding for the safety of their family and their guests. However, downsizing does not imply compromising on experience and enjoyment. With the help of Best Destination wedding planner in Udaipur, they can get their celebrations tailored to intimate experiences. If the number of guests is reduced, the couple and their family can pay more attention to the intricate details of the celebrations.
  5. E-Cards / Website Invite:
    When all the delivery options are running out of the delivery partner, you may have issues delivering cards on time. However, E-cards or website invites will be the best option for sending invites.  Give it a personalized look by adding pictures and personal Video invites to give it a personal touch and that close wedding vibe.
  6. Virtual Wedding, so that no one feels left out:
    The problem that Indian couples are facing now is that a safe, coronavirus-proof wedding is probably at least 18-24 months away. In the aftermath of the pandemic, we can expect couples to opt for local weddings in their hometowns, instead of destination weddings. Additionally, overseas guests may prefer being a part of the celebration virtually, due to restrictions for non-essential travel. Furthermore, live streaming wedding ceremonies are a foreseeable trend in the near future. Therefore, a wedding planner can expect a surge in demand for such services post-COVID-19.
  7. Keeping wedding short:
    We are suggesting couples and their families plan their wedding ceremonies a half-day affair. This could help us both get on the same page. After this pandemic situation normalizes, it would be easier for everyone to cater to their wedding dreams just the way, they have always wanted. Also, due to heavy high venue demands, this will make it easier for everyone to get venues to complete their wedding ceremonies.
  8. Consider Your Guests:
    "Where your guests are traveling from is definitely a huge factor." To that point, Weddings by Neeraj Kamra emphasizes how important it is to account for your guests' health, time, and finances at this time. "Really be considerate of your guests, and try to give yourself a deadline to make a decision that allows for their comfort and peace of mind," we advise. "Just as on the day of the wedding, you want them to feel taken care of, so giving them extra time to make adjustments or cancellations to their travel will be greatly appreciated."
  9. Hire Wedding planner in Udaipur:
    Weddings by Neeraj Kamra is itching to create and celebrate couples. Share the good news and focus on things you can actively plan right now: choosing the right date, daydreaming how your story will look and feel, listening to music for your playlist, and dreaming up fun cocktails to serve. Else all will be taken care of by Best Wedding Planner in Udaipur.
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