how to plan your wedding during COVID-19
are you stuck at home,
unable to meet with wedding vendors,
wondering how to keep planning your wedding during COVID?
you've been given the greatest gift any bride could ask for; TIME!
there are countless wedding tasks you can tackle during this time if your wedding is set for late-2020 or 2021, and you'll come out of this quarantine even more prepared for your big day!
- Write your Vows
- Inspiration Board
- Create or Finalize your Wedding Registry
- Make a Wedding Website
- Design, Order, Print your Save the Dates/Wedding Invites, and Stuff & Address Envelopes
- First Dance Decisions
- Bridal Party Line-Up
- Work on your Wedding Day Timeline / Elopement Timeline
- Book Your Travel
- Start Collecting Letters/Videos
- Seating Chart
- Set the Foundation for your Marriage
- Play & Don't Play List for the DJ
- Packing Lists
- Support Local & Small Businesses
I hope this article was so helpful for you!
I'm Tylee, a wedding & elopement photographer based in Michigan, but as a pilot's wife I'm always traveling and capturing love stories in incredible locations.
My parents got a divorce when I was in high school, and after that my life was never the same. I became super passionate about successful marriages and lifelong commitment, and this is what lead me to become a wedding photographer.
My mission is to capture images that, 50 years from now, will remind you why you fell in love.
If you're looking for a photographer who will ;
get to know you personally,
assist in your wedding planning,
and be TOTALLY invested in both your day AND your marriage,
then I'm your girl!!
I'd to love to chat and hear all about the love of your life,
contact me below!! (:
" We would recommend Tylee over and over again! She is a package deal - she gives great styling advice, is professional and prompt, makes you feel like a long time friend, and gives you THE BEST photos! "
- carly + dan
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