COIVD-19 is still a threat to reckon, so planning a wedding can still be difficult, considering that many couples must meet vendors virtually. And with the general adjustments involving virtual meetings, communication is essential now more than ever.

With your wedding vendors, you’ll need a compromise that will work for all the parties involved. For example, you may go with the option of live videos and in-depth discussions over the phone until it becomes safe or possible to meet in person. And yet, there are things to expect with each vendor since the communication levels can differ between them. Here are a few.



  • Venue Coordinator

While choosing a wedding venue is one of the most important aspects of planning a wedding, it would be pretty challenging to pull it off virtually.

In a typical wedding planning scene, you get to visit the venue physically to feel the environment. However, pre-recorded videos and live videos have become necessary options now.

Your venue coordinator will virtually take you around the venue and entertain the questions you might have. This also saves you the time to visit in person should the venue not serve your preferences or vision.


  • Florists

Florists are embracing photography now more than ever to showcase what they’re offering. Of course, selecting flowers over video calls can leave you with doubts. But you can trust professional florists to bring your vision to life as best they can.


  • Officiant

While meeting in person with your preferred officiant is essential, you can also have virtual meetings with them on platforms like Zoom. So, you don’t have to wait, lest your officiant becomes unavailable.

Have your wedding in a unique venue that offers picturesque views and offers excellent amenities.

Whether you plan your wedding virtually or in person, an exceptional venue like Meadows Event Center has everything you could need for a beautiful celebration! We’ll give you an outstanding experience you won’t soon forget. Contact us today.