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HOW TO BE A RESPONSIBLE GUEST, IF YOU ARE PLANNED TO ATTEND A WEDDING IN TIMES OF CORONAVIRUS

HOW TO BE A RESPONSIBLE GUEST

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We know that we are going through difficult times, and we want to accompany our family or friends on their big day, but how to do it without putting yourself or others at risk, we leave you some advice and tips, to be a responsible guest in these times of coronavirus.

The truth is not an easy task, but we hope that these points will help you make the best decision.

Many can’t cancel

Before judging the couple and recriminating their decision to go ahead with their relationship, try to be empathetic. At this point many of them cannot cancel or postpone their wedding. A union entails a significant investment, between the place, the food, the decoration, the suits of the bride and groom, and other things. So the first step is not to judge. Also, if they invited you, it is because they consider you someone important in their life and they want you to accompany them on their special day, not because they want to expose you to contagion.

How close are you to the boyfriends

This is not to say that if you’re his friend from elementary school, you don’t matter. Rather, if you are not indispensable, such as the mother, the maid of honor, the best man or the brother of one of the grooms. Evaluate your proximity and if you really have to be that day.

They have to understand the situation

 According to the WHO recommendations, the best thing right now is to stay isolated and not go out except for what is essential. In addition, to avoid the spread of COVID-19, it is suggested not to attend events or be in contact with many people, and weddings fall into that category. The bride and groom have to understand that not all of their guests will be able to be there. It is a matter of health, not a lack of affection or love towards them.

If you feel bad, even if it’s the common cold, don’t go.

As minimal as the symptoms are, it is not safe for you or the other guests. The best thing is to stay home, be responsible and send your gift to the bride and groom. Imagine that you are in the middle of a celebration and you sneeze or cough, it will not only be putting up with bad looks, nor that everyone wants to bathe you with Lysol, it is putting everyone at risk.

When the decision to attend has already been made, we recommend that you follow all the hygiene instructions dictated by the WHO.

  • Do not greet with a kiss or hand (it also applies to the couple).
  • Wash your hands with soap and water constantly.
  • Apply antibacterial gel regularly.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose and mouth.
  • If you happen to cough or sneeze, do it on the inside of your elbow.
  • Wear a face mask when you go to the bathroom.

Health is a priority for everyone. Take care and stay informed. For more information visit coronavirus.com.mx

Source: www.nupciasmagazine.com

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