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Could you be having a weekday wedding?

Updated: Nov 13, 2020

Weekday weddings could be all the rage in the coming months - and not just because of the current restrictions on big weddings. Have you thought about the benefits of scheduling your nuptials for Monday to Thursday?*

We've all read about how Covid-19 has decimated the wedding industry. It's estimated that around £2.3bn in revenue has been lost so far in 2020 to venues and suppliers, with 73,600 weddings being either cancelled or postponed. The industry is being forced to evolve in order to survive. We are living in 'unprecedented times'.

You may be one of the unlucky ones that have been affected. In fact, if you're reading this, you probably are. But have you considered a weekday wedding? Lots of couples that we have spoken to are getting frustrated with the situation and are looking for alternatives to the standard 'big' wedding. A small garden or marquee can be an intimate and romantic choice for a lot of people.

With the current government rules stating that ceremonies must be limited to 30 people, what better way to publicly announce your love for one another and tie the knot, than among the Chrysanthemums and the Petunias?

What's more, venues offer brilliant discounts for weekday bookings - why not get in touch with a few and see what they're offering? Weekday weddings offer flexibility and cost savings - something we are all conscious of in the current economic climate.

  • Church or Venue ceremony

  • All group and family photos

  • Portraits of the bride and groom

  • All photos edited

  • Private online gallery for viewing (High Resolution images can be downloaded from your gallery)

If you'd like to find out more, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Or, you can check availability here.

*Friday is the first day of the weekend, isn't it? 😜

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