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Wedding planners expect more marriages this year

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Last year, the pandemic forced many future newlyweds to cancel, postpone, or postpone their wedding celebrations. However, with some restrictions removed, many couples keep planning their big day.

“Now they are ready to leap forward or they need help with it [planning]”Said Ronni Johnston, accredited wedding advisor for Perfect Touch Weddings.

Johnston said nearly 30 customers who postponed their wedding reception had to change it to a date in the 2021 season. She also added new clients to her roster this year and booked many popular dates.

“I check the schedule and calendar to make sure I don’t miss anything,” said Johnston. “Look at text messages and emails, make sure I do – someone told me they moved their date and make sure we recorded that because you can’t say, ‘ Oh, sorry, overbooked. ‘”

The owner of Blue Moon Caterers says bookings for both its catering services and its venue began to decline with the outbreak of the pandemic. Now that many couples are pushing their wedding plans forward, he hopes this will help improve his business. “April 16. It’s like the light switch comes on and it’s just insane from there until the end of the year,” said Bill Rowe. “I think we’re all ready to come back stronger and better and look for a new future and get this damn thing over with.”

Johnston suggests that couples go quick if they want to get married this season.

“The luxury of time won’t be part of this year’s wedding season. You have to go forward and do this quickly and if you are not ready there is plenty of room for 22 and then you will start doing your projections, ”added Johnston.



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