Did you move a wedding from 2020 to this year? The BBB has some suggestions for a happy event.

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The warmest weather is just around the corner, and a number of events that were postponed in 2020 — especially weddings — are being put on this year.

Marjorie Stephens of the BBB says there are a number of things you can do to make sure everyone who attends your event is safe, and things go off smoothly.

Hear our conversation with Marjorie by clicking the link at the bottom of the story.

Other things to keep in mind:

· The pandemic has affected shipping times for many companies, so if you’ll be doing the bulk of your purchases online or at stores that need to place an order, start early. Experts recommend ordering wedding dresses, for example, at least six months early, which will allow plenty of time for a return, exchanges, and/or alterations.

· One way to keep your guest list large without endangering anyone’s health is to host a virtual wedding. Virtual parties are gaining in popularity as the pandemic drags on and can be a fun and safe way to celebrate your marriage with the ones you love.

·  The pandemic hasn’t been easy on anyone, so if you start feeling down when you have to change your plans yet again, know that you aren’t alone. According to The Knot’s Official Guidebook for COVID-19, 35% of couples who had upcoming weddings have postponed to 2021 or later.

 

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