With all of the uncertainty in the world right now around coronavirus, people are wondering how to get married in 2020. With limitations on group sizes, having to maintain physical distancing & worries about sanitation, it seems difficult to go ahead with larger wedding that people have planned. But the easiest answer on how to get married in 2020 (or any other year!) is to elope now & party later! You can still have a beautiful wedding, marry the person you love which is the most important part of getting married anyway, then when it’s safer you can celebrate with your friends & family without putting them at risk.
3 Reasons why Eloping is Awesome
Even before COVID-19 drastically changed our world (there’s no denying it, things are very different & likely won’t be the same again in relation to how to get married in 2020 or have any sort of semi-social gathering at all), eloping or having an intentionally tiny wedding was always a good idea for a multitude of reasons.
So if you’re wondering how to get married in 2020 the answer is to simply elope! You can still host a big celebration later when it’s safe to do so but at least, for now, love doesn’t have to wait!
To elope you just need a marriage commissioner & two witnesses (like your photographer & wedding coordinator, or hair & make-up artist) to sign. It’s really easy to elope so that’s how you get married in 2020 without a lot of fuss but still with a beautiful experience!
For inspiration on how to get married in 2020, check out all the fabulous elopements on the blog! Thinking about planning an epic mountain elopement of your own? You need to see my 5 Tips for Planning your Dream Mountain Elopement! Also see my Guide to Eloping in the Canadian Rockies to help figure out the best place for you to get married! If you live in Canada & want to get married at an epic mountain location since you can travel within the country, check out my Guide to Eloping at Moraine Lake for tips!
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Soheel, 2016 Groom