We are surely missing attending the big fat Indian weddings and let’s face it that we might not see them again, at least for a while. Yes, weddings after Coronavirus will definitely see a sea of change on how we have been celebrating the union of two people and their families. From Instagram worthy wedding venues and destination weddings to 1200-2000 people guestlist and larger than life menu spreads, it’s time to say goodbye to these wedding trends for good.
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So, let’s reminisce about the things we are likely to miss at weddings after Coronavirus.
1. A 1200-2000 People Guestlist Is Likely To Lose Its Existence!
A big number of baratis and wedding guests are now the things of the past. Trimming guest lists to only inviting close friends and relatives to attend the wedding will be a new trend.
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2. Planning Weddings Months Before They Are Actually Scheduled For!
There will be shorter timelines for wedding planning. Earlier it was about 6-8 months and even more but planning intimate weddings for 50 people won’t take much of our time. Future brides and grooms will be swift in planning because no one would want to delay their wedding plans due to uncertainty during the unprecedented times.
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3. Bid A Goodbye To Splendid Buffets And Food Counters At Weddings After Coronavirus!
Since large gatherings are meant to be avoided, we see the trend of large food grazing tables and buffet vanishing. The joy of eating together will be missed for sure. Also, the new trend of re-evaluating food menus and adding immunity booster food items may see a rise in the coming times.
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4. Shopping Marathons And Scrolling Through The Markets And Complexes
Well, we can already foresee the future of wedding shopping. Brides and grooms will switch to online vendor bookings and even online shopping will mark the rise. Ordering outfits and other accessories directly to the doorstep will be in demand than ever. Social distancing will surely go a loooong way. Also, many ace designers like Sabyasachi are offering on call consultations to avoid face to face appointments during these times.
5. Experimentation In Wedding Couture
Most likely there will be a decline in new fashion trends including experimentation and vast options. According to fashion experts, handcrafted ethnic fashion will make a comeback. This will help the Indian ethnic industry to go boom and also, ‘go local’ dreams will be attained.
Also, check out These Bridal Trends Which Will Be Big Post Coronavirus.
6. High Budget Big Fat Indian Weddings
‘We cannot deny the fact that the post Coronavirus world will witness smaller and low budget weddings. The big fat Indian weddings will be the story of the past then.
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7. Crowdy Dance Floors
Let’s be honest that we all love getting drunk at weddings and what generally follows next is some maddening naach and gaana. And, while we have always seen jam-packed dance floors at weddings, we might not see them any more happening.
Weddings after Coronavirus will have a remarkable change. Well, we are looking forward to some exciting beginnings and the dawn of new trends in wedding celebration!