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Couples getting married on October 15, 2021 in Ontario

Linda, on February 23, 2021 at 10:44 Posted in Ontario 0 9
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Hi everyone my fiancé and i are also getting married on October 15 was wondering what are some precautions you are taking for the day of . and how are you still able to plan i feel like ive hit a brick wall and dont know what else to do at this point .

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Latest activity by Linda, on February 24, 2021 at 15:01
  • Linda
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    Lol it just boggles my mind
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  • Hank
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    I'm sorry to hear you have family behaving that irresponsibly.

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  • Linda
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    Ok thank you an we can compare notes then😊
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  • Natalie
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    Besides masks and hand sanitizers, I really am hoping for a much more relaxed wedding in October. Any precautions I'll have to make will be closer to the date. Many things can change from here until then. I definitely recommend making major changes at least two months before. So I'll come back in August and see how things are then Smiley smile

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    Lol its like i really dont get it my cousin got married last oct in a tent in windsor and they were all dancing and no masks were warn and last year was probably worse cause their was no vaccine yet
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    Ok thank you 😊
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  • Hank
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    We're anticipating no dancing so a lot of our activities will be games that can be played from guests sitting in their seat at their table. There are a ton of online games that people can access on their phone. You can throw the gameplay up on a big screen by projector or large TV.

    I also think it's important not to stress over the length of the day. A lot of people are stressing over how to have more things to do so they can keep the party running longer but personally, I'd rather a party ends naturally than to try and force activities just to keep it running. It can feel like you're holding your guests hostage if you force it.

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  • Linda
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    Do you think you can give me some ideas im kinda stuck
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  • Hank
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    Hey Linda, we're just a month before you so more or less in the same boat. We've made peace with the fact that covid restrictions will still be in place but have backup plans in terms of guest count, activities etc for whatever restrictions allow. I think the key to 2021 in general is to have contingencies, especially if you don't want to postpone.

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