Weddings in the wake of COVID 19 aren’t exactly the same as before—but that’s not to say you can’t still pull off a special celebration. So you have to take some extra precautions. Don’t sweat it. We’re sharing all the ways to include hand sanitizer in your wedding (that won’t ruin the aesthetic). The first step is to check the latest guidelines to help you safely plan. From there, work with your chosen vendors. Your venue might already have hand sanitizer stations they’d be happy to set up for you. If not, some rental companies are offering freestanding stations for the big day.
Once you’ve sourced your wedding sanitizer, work with your planner or venue to figure out where it should go. We suggest setting up stations at entrances, exits and near restrooms where guests can clearly see them. Of course, the best way to make your sanitization stations visible is to decorate
Face masks are the norm in the time of COVID-19. Both the CDC and WHO recommend the use of face masks when in close proximity to others, meaning they’ll be integrated into weddings for the forseeable future. If you’re currently planning your nuptials, face masks should be included in your health and safety plan to keep loved ones and vendors safe.
It’s best to let guests know what health and safety precautions you’re taking ahead of time. This will help them understand what to expect at your nuptials and prepare accordingly.