The last few months have been some of the longest and craziest times we have lived through in recent history, and even not so recent history.
I have felt such sadness for the couples who were supposed to marry this year. Many of you have had to postpone or cancel your weddings, or for the lucky ones who get to go ahead, things will be rather different than you might have initially planned.
While this whole situation just plain sucks, there is still joy and love to be found. Many couples have decided to elope and just want to be married, scrapping parties until a later date.
In Ontario, as of the date of this post, couples can now have up to 50 people at an outdoor wedding, and many couples will take advantage of the new rules and be married in front of their nearest and dearest.
I had a big brainstorm the other day when I thought about the challenges these couples might face when planning a different version of their wedding. How do we keep our guests safe? Will people want to come? So many unanswered questions right now.
I decided to add a little humour to the situation, because sometimes the difference between a good day and a bad one is the abilty to laugh at the things we can't change. Thus, my latest designs were born!
I wrote a couple of little poems and created some social distancing signs that will add a bit of humour to a safety reminder. No one wants their guests to get sick from attending their wedding, so a cute and funny reminder is a great way to remind Aunt Susan (aka the cheek pincher), or Uncle Dave (the moist talker) to stay back if they want to keep getting invited to stuff!
These are available unframed as a poster so that you can choose the frame you like best or on foam core board so that you can prop it on an easel. Choose from a number of available standard sizes to best suit your needs.
Contact us today to order yours!
Stay healthy and get married!
PS- You could win one!! Visit us on Instagram to see how. Contest ends June 30th, 2020.