• Sandra Beaumont

Bride, Groom & Celebrant happiness
Mid-week wedding happiness

Micro Weddings Even before COVID-19, intimate weddings, also known as micro-weddings were starting to take off, with more couples happily ditching large guest lists and choosing something far more welcoming. Inviting only their closest family and friends, micro-weddings enable couples to share their day with their nearest and dearest. The small guest list enables couples to celebrate their wedding in style, sometimes in places that would otherwise not be possible with large numbers.

Outdoor Weddings More couples are choosing to have their wedding in an outdoor setting, initially because of indoor number restrictions due to COVD-19, but also as they become more aware of the many attractive outdoor locations to choose from. Trends include wineries, bush locations, city scapes, beach weddings, and outdoor gazebos. There are so many options when it comes to outdoor venues, easily transformed into the ultimate wedding setting.

Mid-Week Weddings With so many couples forced to postpone their 2020 wedding due to COVID-19, there has been a significant increase in mid-week weddings. Sometimes this is due to the limited number of weekend dates available at venues, but the more budget conscious, discerning couples are realising there is money to be saved by having a mid-week wedding.

Supporting Local Now more than ever, couples are much more conscious about their purchasing decisions, and choosing local is becoming very popular. For weddings, it makes sense to support local businesses as it often means couples will save money on transport and logistics, plus benefit from local knowledge and relationships. Supporting local is the way to go.

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  • Sandra Beaumont

Your wedding ceremony is one of the most important, if not top priority of a wedding day. It brings two people together in the presence of friends, family and loved ones and allows you to share magical moments.

That is why it is very important to carefully plan your ceremony, because it:

· recognises the sanctity of marriage;

· signifies the start of your married life together;

· celebrates your commitment to each other;

· puts into words your promises to each other including your vows; and

· announces your love for each other.

If there is one thing you will remember about your special day, for the rest of your life, it is that moment when you stood up and declared for all to hear, that you have chosen to spend the rest of your life with an amazing person ..........the one you love. With a Happy Heart.

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  • Sandra Beaumont

Good news, we are in the lucky State (WA) and our coronavirus restrictions are being modified / updated gradually over the next few weeks. We moved from 5 people at a wedding (Celebrant, Couple and two Witnesses) to 10 in attendance (Celebrant, Couple, two Witnesses and 5 guests). As of Monday 18th May 2020, we can have 20 people inside or 30 people outside. We must still abide by the 4 square metre ruling regarding social-distancing and maintain good hygiene (no hugging and kissing in the group) but what a fabulous time for us all. Thank you Perth, from my Happy Heart.

Beautiful West Coast Sunset
Coronavirus Update for Weddings WA

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