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How to plan a wedding during Covid-19

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couples have been left worrying about face masks rather than what time the DJ should start. However, restrictions on weddings have now been dropped as of July 19.

From this date, there is no limit on the number of guests allowed to attend ceremonies or receptions, face masks are no longer mandatory, and singing and dancing can take place.

Despite this, planning for weddings could be very difficult, with so many ceremonies taking place as measures are eased and a shortage of available dates.

However, with some careful considerations, there’s no reason that wedding planning can’t get off to a smooth start.Here is our advice on how to plan your wedding as lockdown measures come to an end.

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