One bride’s wedding invitation wording for requiring wedding guests have COVID vaccines (+ card designs!)
While finalizing my guest list, writing invitations, and editing my wedding website, a big focus has been how to ask (or in my case, TELL) my guests to be vaccinated.
As an autistic bride, I feel like I need to have control over everything and plan out every single thing I do, that’s just how I live my life. So it was the same for wedding planning too…
I’m working on the wedding invitations for my 2022 wedding, and all informal wedding invitation wording examples I’m finding online feel like they’re from the before-times. I don’t need to talk about the pandemic specifically on my invitations, but it feels weird not to acknowledge that weddings are different now than they used to be. I’m having a casual microwedding in my backyard, and I know I’m not the only one who’s struggling with informal, casual, but also celebratory wedding invitation wording. Help??
Virtual weddings aren’t just for pandemic times. Are you an introvert? Virtual wedding. All your friends and family are abroad? Virtual wedding. Is your budget small, but your community large? Virtual wedding. They’re legal in many states, and we’ve even got a virtual wedding ceremony outline for ya!
My husband and I were planning a big wedding for fall 2020, but obviously, a global pandemic had other plans in store for us. We decided to elope, and we sent announcements because we didn’t want people to feel that they were excluded on purpose. Here’s how we worded them…
When their original venue canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions, Lerin and Brian were left scrambling to look for a reception for their train wedding. Then, the Red Caboose Motel stepped up and offered the couple train cars to get ready in, and a large tent for their reception… Wait until you see how the bride walked down the aisle!