What to do about wedding disruptions caused by the Coronavirus shutdown
The Coronavirus will pass. The lockdown will end. Life will go on. In the meantime, our lives have been upended more dramatically than by any event since World War II or 9/11.
Here is a cross sections of infections across the country as of Monday:
- Alabama 196 cases
- Illinois 105
- North Carolina 311
- Ohio 358
- Texas 670
Chicagoland wedding celebrations have taken a hit. Many courthouses are closed across the country, so it’s hard to secure a marriage license. But even if you can, the expanding lockdown on our communities limit public gatherings to ten people or less.
Crestline Entertainment believes that wedding ceremonies are meant to be shared with our family, friends, and communities. They are THE pivotal milestones in our lives, singular events that separate man from beast. Wedding celebrations make us more fully alive.
In other words, they’re worth waiting for.
So as you and I are holed up in our homes waiting for community life to begin again, let’s keep the wedding dreams alive. Yes, securing venues and locking in dates is a challenge. But that simply means that when your day arrives, whether it is three, six, or nine months from now, it will be that much more special.
Like you, our business and our lives are on hold. But we’re still here for you. Do you want to talk about your wedding dreams? Simply pick up the phone and give us a call at 630-766-9898. The second this crisis is over, let the wedding celebrations begin again!
Don’t give up the dream, because it’s worth waiting for.