It's no question that one of the biggest industries to take a hit in the last few years was the wedding industry. As COVID numbers rose, hundreds of couples were faced with a very difficult decision. To continue on with their Big Day as planned, host a compromised reception with only a few close friends and family, or postpone their nuptials for a safer time.
Luckily the end is in sight and there may be a day in the distant future when everyone is having a great time at a large wedding without masks and hand sanitizer. Unfortunately, that time hasn't come yet and we might be looking at another year or so of protection from disease.
However, that doesn't mean that we can't still celebrate love in the age of the pandemic. Buti it does mean that we should all (and I mean all), of us should be taking extreme precautions in order to celebrate safely. If even one person is unsafe, then everyone has the potential to be unsafe. No matter the category that you fall into, there are guidelines to follow to ensure that everyone is having fun and staying safe.
A huge part of a wedding planner's job is to stay informed and up to date on provincial restrictions and guidelines. They'll be an excellent reference for receiving up to date information and tips for what to expect on your wedding day. It's built into their job description to know standards procedures like the back of their hand. It is in their best interest, from a liability standpoint.
Wedding Planners can also be used as guides to the guest on the day of. It's important to have a "COVID patrol" of sorts, and a wedding planner is a perfect person to fill that role. Since it's their job to ensure that you Big Day runs as smoothly as possible, they have a responsibility to make sure that each guest is adhering to the policies put in place. And wedding planners won't have any issue telling Aunt Karen to wear he mask whenever she's not eating.