Here’s How To Salvage Your Wedding With A Minimony. Couples trying to salvage weddings put on hold by the coronavirus are feeding a fresh trend in the bridal industry: the “minimony.”
How To Salvage Your Wedding With A Minimony
As much as DJs and Masters of Ceremonies would like to be a part of your celebration there are other options if you don’t want to wait.
You could get hitched alone. You might want a few loved ones there, safe social distancing, and have others join virtually. You could then have a bigger celebration when the situation allows.
A 200 plus guest wedding of your dreams can happen once COVID-19 is under control with a vaccine. But now, even a good friend can do your ceremony in your backyard, on your neighborhood street, or in the ballroom of your original venue.
It’s an approach out of necessity.
It could be your best choice to have a “Minimony”, if you were looking forward to a big bash but want to have an intimate moment now.
Prior to the pandemic, and the major changes it brought into our Lives, there were tens of thousands of weddings every weekend in the United States. And upwards of 500,000 weddings total planned for the 2020 wedding season in April, May, and June.
What Vendors Are Doing
Vendors have also been focusing on mini weddings and organizing getaway elopements. You might have seen rise this since the virus hit. Some even offering low-cost destination weddings to the Florida Keys, Lake Tahoe and New Orleans.
Many DJs have geared up for virtual DJ streaming. Some have ramped up their ability to be wedding officiants. This gives them the opportunity to offer services in a time when people can’t be getting together in large groups.
And if you’re still planning here’s something about Virtual Bridal Showers.