Find out how to throw a COVID-19 wedding when children of a blended family get married. Something that could be over the top stressful turns out to be wonderful and very low stress.
Blended Family twist
- Wedding Invitations ( What names go on the invite, etc… Whose name goes first, etc…)
- Who is paying for what at the wedding, grooms family pays but which set of parents on the grooms family, who do you ask for what
- Pictures. Who is going to be in the pictures?
- Lists sent out ahead of time on who is going to be in the pictures.
- The Step-Parents get into the pictures together. Funny moment.
- Rehearsal dinner, Who sits next to who.
- Who are they going to stay with when prepping for things?
- Our side has double the number of a parent than the other side
- Who is sitting next to who at the parents’ table?
- We felt for the bride’s family as they have to deal with two sets of parents and not knowing the dynamics between the couples.
- Limited in the Temple to 6 people then up to 16 people. Ability to adjust quickly to handle the changes.
- Limited to 30 people for the Ring ceremony
- Low-stress evening.
- Rehearsal Dinner the night before.
- Finding a restaurant to handle the group means making adjustments. Eating at 3pm instead of in the evening.
- The kids still got everything that they wanted, but at a smaller more intimate.
- Bridal Shower, Ring Ceremony, Pictures, Dancing, Wedding Cake, Sparklers,
- Jacob even had a bachelor party with his brothers.
Lemonade Moment of the Week
- We had a car breakdown when driving from Southern California. It has be in Los Banos for two weeks and we picked it up today and it is working fine. $100 Diagnostics. Thanks Car Guys.