How To Keep Coronavirus From Ruining Your Wedding Day?

Do you have pre-wedding day jitters? Now add in Coronavirus into the mix of your jitters. Governor Charlie Baker just bans all gatherings of more than 250 people in Massachusetts. The order includes, but is not limited to community, civic, public, leisure, faith-based events, sporting events with spectators, concerts, conventions, fundraisers, parades, fairs, festivals and any similar event or activity that brings together 250 or more persons in a single room or single space at the same time in a venue such as an auditorium, stadium, arena, large conference room, meeting hall, theatre or any other confined indoor or outdoor space.  Are you and your future spouse trying to figure out how to adapt the celebration of a major life event — often a carefully planned, emotional and costly affair — as the virus outbreak without significantly disrupt daily life? At DiBurro’s Function Facility we are here to help! 

Ask A Lot of Questions 

Make a  list of questions to ask us DiBurro’s. Don’t forget to ask your transportation provider, our caterers, and your hotel staff to make a couple of plans to work.

To Cancel or Postpone?

Depending on how your contract works some couples could be on the hook to pay for everything if they try to change a wedding’s date. Most industry vendors have dealt with weather issues and government shutdowns. A pandemic is different. We don’t recommend canceling because you might lose your investment. Postponing might even mean not having your wedding until 2021.

Find Alternatives

Weddings are by definition all about bringing people together to celebrate your love, which becomes difficult during a period of social distancing. It’s not the same but use technology to help include those who can’t attend in person. Live stream is perfect in situations like these! 

 Virtual guest books and prerecorded speeches can go along way! When it comes to wedding food and drinks, skip communal and self-service options like buffets, even if plated options are more expensive. Coffee stations are fun but one cough everything is contaminated. We recommend service on all food and beverage items. Stay away from dipping fountains! 

We’re Here To Help!

The uncertainty is the hardest part. How does someone just continue planning like everything’s normal, and it’s going to be fine in May, which it very well could be? Or do you start making your backup plan? It’s a question that applies to many American families right now: Should they cancel their dream wedding or take the risk?  Should they be cautious, even if it’s painful? For those shelling out thousands of dollars for what’s supposed to be the most magical day of their lives, the question is even more pressing. Contact us for any questions about your wedding day!