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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - The pandemic has pushed back many walks down the aisle, but now venues are finally starting to see more bookings.
From the cake to the dress to the flowers. There’s lots of details to mull over for your big day. But safety is now even more important.
“Our brides are getting very creative with masks, they’re giving masks away as favors and they’re embellishing them in the colors of their wedding,” Dale Slayton, the director of special occasions for Huntsville Botanical Gardens said.
“We’ve seen some very successful events. We’ve seen some great memories being made during this time. It’s refreshing to see people come together in a safe way,” she said.
Kierstin Ryder has set her walk down the aisle for July of 2021. She says if masks are still recommended, she will require all of her guests to wear one.
“I think it’s kind of ridiculous to have a huge wedding right now anyway, much less to not follow those basic guidelines. Wear a mask, stay six feet a part. Those aren’t hard to do. You just have to be willing to do them,” Ryder said.
“We’re trying to make the best of it. Pandemic or not we’re still going to be married and have this life together and it’s just the one day out of the rest of our lives,” Ryder said.