Covid-19 Wedding Planning Resources

I thought I would share some super helpful Covid-19 Wedding Planning Resources for couples planning a wedding in the next few months. Let’s face it, none of us know what the future holds for us all over the next 6 – 12 months.  But if you’re planning a wedding in this period, the following articles […]

I thought I would share some super helpful Covid-19 Wedding Planning Resources for couples planning a wedding in the next few months.

Let’s face it, none of us know what the future holds for us all over the next 6 – 12 months.  But if you’re planning a wedding in this period, the following articles are guaranteed to help you in your planning.

Some helpful Covid-19 Wedding Planning Resources

Official Covid-19 NZ Government Info

This website should be your first port of call when checking out the latest on the current NZ Covid-19 situation.  (There is a lot of misinformation out there so try to gather your info from reputable sources).

What to know if you’re planning a Wedding During the Coronavirus Pandemic by Brides.com.

This article is geared heavily towards the US but offers good sound advice that can be applied to NZ as well.

Covid-19 Queenstown Wedding Situation by Fallon Photography (my alter ego).

This is a blog post by yours truly over on our sister Fallon Photography blog.

Originally, this was an “everything Covid-19 and Queenstown wedding” article.  But, since then I have refined this blog post so it’s mostly focused on the current Covid-19 situation in NZ and any government restrictions/regulations in place.

Covid-19 Wedding Planning by Fallon Photography.

This was a follow-up article I wrote after the above blog post.  This one is all about talking couples through the major options to consider when it comes to wedding planning during Covid-19.

Covid 19 coronavirus: Lockdown no barrier to Kiwi couple’s front lawn wedding by the NZ Herald.

Something a little bit lighter to boost morale!  (Although, I should point out that most NZ celebrants and other vendors are unlikely to be willing to attend a wedding until self-isolation ends.  Obviously, during self-isolation you are meant to self-isolate unless your business is essential services).

I will continue to add more Covid-19 Wedding Planning Resources as and when I find them.  Do check in from time to time for updates.

You might also find some other useful Queenstown wedding planning articles on our blog here.

And if you need any Queenstown wedding planning advice or even just somebody (who gets it) to talk to, you can schedule a chat with me here.

Keep calm and coffee on!

Patrick

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