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26 Questions About The Coronavirus Affecting Your Wedding and How To Avoid Costly Mistakes During Th

Questions About How Coronavirus Could Affect Your Wedding?

26 Questions About How The Coronavirus Could Affect Your Wedding and How To Avoid Costly Mistakes During This Time

Updated: March 20, 2020 27. I've decided to postpone my wedding. How can I send “Change The Date” cards? While USPS and UPS is still currently functioning, the easiest way to send Change The Date cards to your family is to send them digitally. Unashamed Imaging has created Change The Date digital cards for Couples that need to change their wedding dates. We have been helping Couples and Brides inform their family in style with our Virtual Save the Date Cards! Your customized Virtual Save the Date Card is made with your wedding colors, a special photo of the two of you, any information needed for your family and friends to know, and one additional special feature that you'll receive once complete!Find out more details here. Get your customized Virtual Save the Date Card here. www.unashamedimaging.com *For privacy purpose we have you complete this a quick form. We only need your name and email address.

Change the Date Cards to Send If Your Wedding is Postponed

26. There are so many updates and things keep changing. What do I do? As promised, I'm here to keep you in the loop with updates as I receive them. This is a great question and I want to address this from two perspective. 1. As a Couple - You need to follow the regulations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and WHO. Believe it or not, if you violate and state or governmental regulations/restrictions not only can you get in trouble with local law enforcement, but you can possible put others at risk (health wise). 2. For Business Owners - Following the regulations set from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and WHO is important. For wedding vendors and venues, we are shooting one wedding and than done; well most aren't. We are traveling from venue to venue, state to state (if destination weddings) and this means we are exposed to those that are infected who may not know it. As of March 15, 2020, the CDC has issued a new update recommending all gatherings (including weddings). Per the CDC, they have stated, "Large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States via travelers who attend these events and introduce the virus to new communities. Examples of large events and mass gatherings include conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events, weddings, and other types of assemblies. These events can be planned not only by organizations and communities but also by individuals."

Based on these details and after reading the entire release, postponing or canceling weddings is the best direction to take for the next 8 weeks. The CDC also made some updates: "Summary of Recent Changes: Revisions were made on 3/12/2020 to reflect the following: Highlights vulnerable populations, Adds a section on “Considerations for Postponing or Cancelling a Mass Gathering”, Adds a section on discouraging handshakes and high fives (for sporting events), Adds standard language regarding disinfection procedures​. A few things I want to highlight: There is major liability for hosting an event knowing what's going on with COVID-19 and not adhering fully to "protecting vulnerable populations, hand hygiene and social distancing." In this blog post, Question #3, #8, #21, #22, are questions to review regarding this. With COVID-19 you can not cut corners. Remember, you can always livestream your wedding. Refer to Question #19. If you're local to the state of Florida, contact Unashamed Imaging about live-streaming your wedding. If you decide to host an evident things will have to be cleaned continuously to reduce contamination and spreading of COVID-19. Can you afford to hire staff to do this at your gathering/event? I highly advise you stay updated on what the CDC is releasing as well.

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Over the last few weeks, you’ve probably been glued to your digital devices.Am I right? And, if you’re honest, that’s how you found me. Well, first, thank Google for directing you to a resource that can help you with decision making for your wedd