The pandemic has changed so many things, including how we work, shop, and even how we get married. Because of the uncertain state of things, 21% of all 2020 brides pushed off their wedding plans to next year.
However, over 30% of engaged couples are moving forward with their plans to wed in 2020. Even if you’re cutting your guest count, changing your venue, or opting for a low-stress elopement, we know getting married in 2020 will be an experience for the history books.
Choosing to host your wedding in 2020 is a deeply personal decision, and there are a variety of factors to consider. But if you’re part of the 30% of couples who tie the knot this year, make it a year to remember.
Remembering your 2020 wedding
You’ve overcome a lot of obstacles this year. If you were able to tie the knot without COVID-19 raining on your parade, we’ve rolled out keepsakes for you to always remember this unique (and crazy) experience. Check out At Last’s newest line of “Coronavirus Can’t Stop Me” wedding merchandise to commemorate this historic event.
From your shoes to your accessories and, of course, your face mask, you have a ton of things to transport to and from the wedding venue. Gift yourself a tongue-in-cheek keepsake that’s both cute and useful with this canvas tote bag.
Carry makeup, breath mints, bobby pins, and other day-of essentials with this cute zip-top bag. Choose from white, red, or pink for this small accessory pouch.
Want to stand out from your bridal squad? This 2020 bride’s shirt is perfect for getting your hair or makeup done—or for a pre-wedding Starbucks run with the girls. Choose from white, pink, gray, or red to complement your wedding colors.
Phew! Even fall weddings in San Antonio can get hot. Whether you’re completing a 5K at your bachelorette party or want to stay cool on your big day, this flattering, flowy tank top is a must.
November and December weddings can get a bit chilly, though. If you’re concerned about staying warm while gearing up for the big day, order this long sleeve shirt as a wedding keepsake. With options in white, red, gray, coral, and pink, you can choose a hue that best suits your wedding palette.
The bottom line
Brides have to decide if postponing or hosting your wedding in 2020 is right for your situation. If you’re planning on tying the knot during such a challenging year, our keepsakes are a reminder of all the obstacles you and your soon-to-be spouse overcame to celebrate your love. Keep calm, and marry on!