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The mask

The mask

Q. Our wedding date isn't currently affected by the lockdown but nevertheless we're wondering whether we should go ahead, postpone or scale back plans. Any advice?

A. Edwin Marcow says: It's likely that some form of social distancing will be in place for some time so 'business as usual' may not be a reality even for weddings due to take place later in the season. We'll all need to be practical and flexible – unfortunately, the outbreak of COVID-19 has put 2020 wedding couples in a difficult situation and we'd suggest you adapt your plans accordingly and scale back your big day.

As Robert Kiyosaki said, 'inside of every problem lies an opportunity' – the circumstances could be a blessing in disguise, allowing you to enjoy a more intimate day with your nearest and dearest. After so long apart, quality time together will be all the more precious and your suppliers and guests will be protected if you space your tables further apart.

You could, of course, get creative with the theme. Switch favours to hand sanitizer and distribute elegant masquerade masks.

Edwin Marcow,Edwin Marcow

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