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Once upon a time, it was spring 2020 and couples all over the world thought they’d be getting hitched sometime in the next 12 months. They sent out wedding invitations, playfully argued over color schemes and decided that lemon cake with raspberry filling was definitely the way to go. Then a viral outbreak changed everything about how we live and gather in groups and even best-laid plans were

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In the “before times,” planning a wedding involved a good deal of certainty. Once deposits were down, you pretty much knew what was happening when. Sure, it was nice to have flexibility just in case something unexpected popped up, but even non-traditional “I dos” adhered to a general wedding checklist. And then COVID-19 happened. Now, wedding planning has pivoted to take into account not only what

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Autumn and Nathan's original wedding date was affected, like many others, by the Covid-19 pandemic. After rescheduling attempts with their vendors amidst the shut-down, and then health concerns for their family and friends, they ended up changing their 200+ guest event to an intimate 5 person backyard ceremony. We wanted to get some beautiful pictures that could prove that even though they didn't
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It’s easy to say that the height of the centerpieces or number of flowers in the bouquets don’t really matter, but once wedding planning is in full swing, even the smallest details suddenly become extremely important. And that’s when the fights begin. You and your sweetheart are finally preparing to say “I do,” and your quest to put on the best wedding ever is hitting a few bumps in the road
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With the rapid, global spread of COVID-19 in early 2020, our sense of normal has shifted. Things we took for granted, like sitting in a coffee shop or hopping on a flight to see family, are suddenly out of reach. For couples planning their “I dos”, the pandemic has thrown a major wrench in the works — one so big, many couples aren't sure what comes next. When postponing your wedding just won't
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Whether you're limiting event attendance due to social distancing restrictions or trying to find a way to include distant family and friends in a small local ceremony, a virtual wedding might be in your plans as an alternative to postponing your wedding indefinitely. Virtual weddings involve different challenges than a traditional ceremony might, so it's not just a matter of having someone record