COVID Has Changed Everything But We Can Adapt
The events industry has taken a massive hit. With many couples forced to cancel or postpone their wedding plans, border closures and social distancing rules has made the traditional wedding celebration impossible. The days of large wedding receptions with live entertainment, non-stop hugs and kisses, and dancing will be missing for quite some time but that does not mean the end of weddings.
In fact, we are seeing a shift towards micro weddings and enquiries regarding elopement packages are surging. Small businesses are finding ways to adapt and people are finding ways to celebrate their commitment to each other – even if it means at a much smaller scale.
Browse By Wedding Region
One of the first decisions you will make will be where you will get married and where your wedding reception will take place. From our recent poll of 380 couples, 84% chose to have a formal wedding reception.
To give you a headstart, here are the most popular wedding regions in New South Wales:
- Blue Mountains
- Southern Highlands
- Kangaroo Valley
- NSW South Coast
- Sydney CBD
- Byron Bay & Byron Hinterland
- Central Tablelands (Mudgee, Orange)
Alternatively, check out or roundup article of the best NSW wedding reception venues based on various factors and requirements.
Browse By Wedding Service
- Bridal stores
- Wedding photography
- Wedding planning
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