This year, we’ve appreciated our healthcare workers more than ever, they truly have been the heroes of the last year. For this couple, safety was a top priority at their rooftop celebration, so they handed out personalised masks, held a virtual ceremony and chose an open-air venue to make sure that all their guests felt comfortable. So if you’re looking for Covid-wedding inspiration, look no further!
For this couple, the safety and health of their loved ones was the biggest priority. They kept the pandemic in mind with every planning decision they made, of course, it was a wonderful moment two weeks after the celebration when they found out that all guests were Covid free and in good health.
The top tip from this bride was to hire a trusted team of wedding professionals, they really make a difference and make the day a lot less stressful. Just have confidence that you’re in good hands!
Like many Covid-era couples, this couple had to abandon all hopes of a Mexican destination wedding. Luckily for them however, their apartment rooftop provided an unexpected venue for their celebration, where they could ensure an open-air environment and social distancing. The background of LA’s downtown was just beautiful.
Even during the pandemic, this couple kept all their guests in mind. For those who couldn’t attend, they sent gift boxes of personalised masks and champagne, this way they could feel like a part of the wedding day even though they were attending virtually.
Photography: Mariana Pierce // Event Planning: Fawn Events // Floral Design: Penelope Pots Floral Design // Catering: Room Forty // Cake: Vanilla Bake Shop // DJ: Second Song // Live Music: Mariachi Lindas Mexicanas // Videography: Life Story Film // Makeup Artist & Hair Styling: Julian Morales // Wedding Dress Designer: Sarah Seven // Bridesmaids’ Apparel: Show Me Your Mumu // Groom’s Apparel: Indochino // Bartending: LA Speakeasy // Rentals: Sun Drop Vintage