Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

COVID-19 News

Wedding Bliss: How to Say I Do Safely This Summer

By Darryl Sellers

Darryl Sellers
Darryl Sellers

It’s summerand, of course,the prime season for couples to tie the knot. For the moment, the more-than-one-year-long pandemic is finally winding down.With the ever-changing COVID-19 mandates and guidelines, brides and grooms are preparing their upcoming summer nuptials.Theyhave important,pressing questions on their minds, including whether to mask or not mask.

Wedding ceremonies are looking differently in 2021 even though the number of COVID-19 cases continues to decline.In fact, 81 percent of Bridesmagazinefollowers say the pandemic has changed their expectations for their wedding. Here’s a link to somewedding trends the magazine is seeing on the horizon this summer. 

Onesummer wedding theme really hits close to home. My nephew and his fiancée were excited to tie the knot, so they recently enjoyed a completely distanced party for two in a private ceremony in Florida. The happy couple planned their destination wedding earlier this year, knowing that most guests couldn’t attend. I heard that the bride and groom followed theCDC guidelines as they made their trip to Florida and took an intimate stroll along Clearwater Beach after saying their wedding vows. I’m also happy to say they are planning a small ceremony in the fall to celebrate with family and loved ones.

If you’re going to walk down the aisle this summer with family, friends, and loved ones in attendance, check out the link to some wedding tipsfrom medical experts that will help you celebrate your I do’sfreely and safely.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

What’s the bottom line? Although the end of the COVID-19 tunnel is in sight, we’re not out of it yet. If you haven’t done so already, make sure you, your vendors, and your wedding guests are fully vaccinatedand protected before your big day. Together, “We Can Do This!” 

For more information about vaccination sites in your area, please go to https://www.vaccines.gov.

Darryl Sellers is the Director of the Public Relations Team for Creative Marketing Resources, a strategic marketing agency in Milwaukee and a partner of the BCAC.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse
Written By

ADVERTISEMENT

Mask It Up

Read The Current Issue

Texas Metro News

Upcoming Events

  1. Dallas HBCU Invitational Women’s Basketball (November 26-27)

    November 26 - November 27
  2. The Creator Mart Pop Up Shop Black Friday Edition (November 26-27)

    November 26 @ 12:00 pm - November 27 @ 6:00 pm
  3. Four Girls and a Guy (November 27)

    November 27 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
  4. Biscuit & Jamz Brunch: Jazzy Tunes (November 27)

    November 27 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  5. Sweet Soul: Sweets, Wine and R&B ( November 27)

    November 27 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
ADVERTISEMENT

You May Also Like

COVID-19 News

By Darryl Sellers From coast-to-coast, local and federal law enforcement agencies are finding some bad players who are preying on the public’s fears in...

COVID-19 News

By Darryl Sellers The long, hot days of summer are giving many Americans the burning desire to travel and escape COVID-19 fatigue after being...

COVID-19 News

By Darryl Sellers Most people recover from COVID-19 in two weeks. However, in the midst of the second summer of the pandemic, the United...

COVID-19 News

By Darryl Sellers From first responders to grocery store employees to healthcare workers and bus drivers—these are prime examples of the Black essential workers...

Advertisement