Getting Married During Coronavirus

Planning a wedding is absolutely one of the most momentous and also stressful times in a couple’s relationship. Planning for your wedding events often take months and sometimes over a year to plan from prewedding celebrations through the honeymoon. It seems that couples today have many more celebrations than years past which I believe makes this special union even more special. Well, if you are planning for a wedding in 2020 or 2021 then you are likely experiencing even more stress than is typical due to the Coronavirus. Recently, Zola conducted a survey including 500 couples that recently planned a wedding. Ninety-six percent of couples reported that their wedding planning was stressful. Again, with normal wedding planning already being so stressful on couples, the Covid-19 pandemic has just made wedding planning even more difficult. As you are finding out, planning a significant life event during a pandemic can be uneasy, uncertain, and even a bit scary. If you helped someone or have planned a wedding prior, you know that weddings are not just about the bride and groom’s experience, but for the enjoyment of all your guests. Newlyweds are carefully navigating this uncertain time by planning new and innovative ways for them and their guests to make the most out of their wedding experiences such as with self-uniting ceremonies and virtual ceremonies.

Further, to assist you in this time of uncertainty, we offer a Florida Premarital Preparation Course that is completely online, is a video 4 hour course, will save you $32.50 on your marriage license, and will allow you to skip the three day wait. If you want to save money on your marriage license, improve the chances of your marital success, then find out more about our premarital preparation courses here:

Online Florida Premarital Preparation Course $19.99