A Hopeful Look at Weddings
The wedding and events industry has gone through a lot since 2020 and 2021. Many changes have affected how society operates, including weddings. As restrictions have relaxed in many states, Hawai`i is still focused on keeping its population safe with some continued constraints for large gatherings. This is a blessing in disguise, as more couples seek to personalize their special day.
This is good news for wedding vendors who’ve weathered the regulations of the past two years.
Here are some things to expect during 2022:
Wedinspire predicts couples will opt for smaller, more intimate weddings;
The Knot forecasts a movement of couples supporting community by using local wedding vendors and offering multigenerational elements at their wedding celebration;
According to Wedding Rings Direct, the theme of sustainability will be more evident in wedding ceremonies as couples want to reduce their environmental footprint;
If you’re planning a destination wedding, know the travel requirements and restrictions of the destination where you plan to get married at (Hawai`i’s current travel rules from the State of Hawai`i and Hawai`i Tourism Authority);
Bride Magazine advises to find a venue as soon as possible, with outdoor venues being ideal to eliminate the unfortunate change in your area’s indoor guest count restrictions;
Bride also encourages couples planning their wedding to create a budget and consider increased costs for comfort items to keep guests safe.
Your wedding is your special day and, in spite of what’s happened over the past two years, the 2022 wedding season looks promising.
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