This year’s weddings (and likely next year’s) are taking place at small-but-significant locations that are as safe as they are beautiful. For couples, this means they don’t have to sacrifice their design ideas for a shorter guest list.
With all of the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic and its much-anticipated resolution, it’s natural to question what the industry will look like in 2021—and where your business fits into that landscape.
Family drama exists before the engagement; the planning process is just another stage for that drama to play out. It brings pre-existing issues to the surface, which can quickly get out of hand if not controlled.
In early June of 2020, more than 30 members of the Maine Wedding community answered a call to come together and show solidarity for their beloved industry in the months since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, by launching the #postonedontcancel...