This article will surely enlighten future getting married couples make the right decision in planning for their upcoming wedding.
Planning a wedding is one of the most exciting part of every relationship who will take it to the next chapter ~ But true enough, not during this time of pandemic.
“Ang hirap mag conceptualize now coz we dont know what are the rules come January or April”
“I dont want to stress anymore by putting on a “show” for the guests. Meaning the usual grand wedding with the LED, with the program and all. Ang hirap mag stage ng something grand, tapos mababago coz of fortitous events. Kaya we just want to have a ‘chill wedding’” – says one of our future bride ‘Martha’.
Since a lot of couples out there are somehow “Halted” or got “Cut-off” temporarily with their plans because of situational uncertainty, this valid point from a real “bride-to-be” proved that planning a wedding at this stage is also vital and essential for MAINLY because it eases the psychological and emotional aspect of the couple.
“It’s like a pending project that we keep on worrying for the next few months when we can actually settle it now, then UPGRADE soon if the need arise. At least when we are settled now, we can focus on other things and prepare with our hearts and mind at ease.”
Couples need to assure that their biggest day will be smooth and perfect NOW rather than remain worried for the next couple of uncertain months. This kind of mindset indeed will definitely put a couple at the edge of precision decision making.
“I find this less stressful kasi pag intimate parang chill lang. I dont have to “impress” anyone. Hindi naman contest ang kasal.”
One thing this COVID pandemic brought good to the wedding industry is that it probably brought back the way things should be, in it’s proper place. Simple and direct to the point. We’ve probably heard the most calming thoughts from Martha as she prepare for her wedding. Read her thoughts below.
“For the reception. As is super chill. Initial plan is just the small filipino restaurant actually di pa namin sila nakakausap. But as in wala akong balak na program. Basta kain lang. Baka nga ako rin mag host hahaha parang (Meagan Young lang) kasi las casas – old filipino feels rin ambiance. Then may folk dancing show pa to entertain the guest. Worst case kung may social distancing parin. Edi kain lang sila ala carte. Di na ako mag eeffort talaga to put on a show. Ilang shows na na stage ko for various companies. Kapoy gid. Hahaha”
“And just to share… hati rin expenses namin. I can’t go all out sa wedding kasi magpapatayo na kami ng house. So instead pakainin ko yung bisita. Appliances na katumbas noon diba? Practical lang. But i need good pics kasi yun yung isasabit ko sa walls ng bahay ko hahaha!”
We asked Martha for any tips for our future couples out there na sobrang worried about planning for their wedding?
“Who are they trying to please anyway? The wedding will continue kahit si bride and groom lang. (Ako personally) I dont mind kung kaming dalawa lang. Less gastos. intimate. More feels! Important nandoon kayo at nandoon si God.”
Team Easywed created a wedding guideline that will surely help getting married couples have peace of mind during these uncertain times. Here’s what the guideline looks like.
For content security purposes, we made the content blurred as we want to make sure that our team will discuss this with our couples personally (or via phone/skype/zoom).
Now we tried to put the guideline on test and here’s what our real bride’s comment upon reading the guidelines.
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Let us know your thoughts and suggestions! Helping each other will be very much appreciated during this trying times.