Wedding Trends Created During COVID

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The pandemic spurred the invention of the “Minimony” – a small ceremony that might involve just the couple, the minister, a couple of witnesses, and a photographer. That was the case for my Las Vegas pandemic elopement. Many couples who have a minimony plan to have a larger reception once the pandemic is over, but they do understand that’s contingent on regulations at that time. All in all, marriages were not canceled due to the pandemic. The ceremonies were a-go and just the receptions were canceled or postponed. All that said, the average cost of the reception hasn’t changed much when comparing 2019 costs to what couples say they’ll spend in 2021 on their postponed gatherings.

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