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Sheffield Wedding Planner reveals that couples are porting their wedding plans to 2022
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Sheffield Wedding Planner reveals that couples are porting their wedding plans to 2022

According to the Prime Minister’s “Roadmap Plan” announced on February 22, the number of guests allowed to attend a wedding will soon increase.

Weddings can take place on March 29th for six, including the couple. The “extraordinary circumstances” for marriage will no longer exist after this date.

Up to 15 people may attend a wedding ceremony and reception on April 12th at the earliest.

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Sheffield Wedding Planner reveals that couples are porting their wedding plans to 2022Wedding at Trafalgar Warehouse in Sheffield. Photo captured by Maytree Photography.

If everything goes according to plan, the guest lists can be increased to 30 people on May 17th. By June 21, the government hopes to lift the restrictions completely, which means that all rules on social contacts and guest limits will be lifted.

Weddings in downtown Sheffield are currently working hard to reorganize weddings that have been canceled due to various restrictions due to the pandemic.

As of 2015, the wedding planners have been involved in over 120 weddings in unique and innovative locations around the city including the Abbeydale Picture House, Trafalgar Warehouse, Bloc Projects, and many others.

According to Elinor Softley, who runs Inner City Weddings, people are postponing their wedding plans to a later date or changing their plans altogether.

Abbeydale Picture House wedding venue. Photo by S6 Photography.

She said, “As for weddings, we are currently working with all of our existing couples to meet ever-changing guidelines and needs.

“We are as flexible and supportive as possible and feel the struggle from both sides.

When we get back to weddings, we have a few couples who will hold the six-person ceremonies. They are still interested in getting married and making the legal contribution and returning to a party later when they can invite all of their friends and family members.

“Many of our couples in spring 2021 are now postponing much later in the year or porting their plans to 2022, while some are changing their plans altogether and downsizing to micro-weddings and elopements.

“Many people plan families and their entire life plan according to a structured schedule. So if you ask people to postpone their wedding, some people might be thinking well. This will actually affect our decision to have a family and when we want to do that. ”

The wedding industry has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic and government restrictions. However, the recent announcement is a sign of hope for wedding planners, venues, and couples looking to tie the knot.

Elinor added, “We are hopeful and excited to return to a business that is viable and sustainable, and all our thoughts and love are with the couples and small creative businesses in the supply chain wading through the murky waters of the Covid. 19 pandemic.

“We know better days are to come, and we look forward to hearing the budget on March 3rd to see what help and support will be available to the thousands of hardworking people in the wedding and events industry supply chain. ”

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