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Should we Postpone Feb 14th Delhi Wedding?

Chelsea, the 3 January, 2022 at 22:26 Posted in Plan a Wedding 0 4

We're planning to bring about 60 people from the USA to Delhi for our wedding week, not counting all of our local guests, starting Feb 14th. Now with Omicron, and Delhi's Yellow Alert, weddings are capped at 20.

If you were planning for this timeline, would you postpone or hope that the alert will be lifted by then? Covid weddings are such a nightmare, but we're hopeful either way!

Thanks for your thoughts!!

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Latest activity by Damanmeet Singh Arora, the 13 January, 2022 at 00:24
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    Damanmeet Singh Arora ·
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    Hey Chelsea!

    We would suggest you to postpone the wedding and get few dates backup for the same. We are Wedding Planners and do have weddings on those dates and month, some of our wedding are already postponed and few are waiting for a week more time to get the confirmation and then take decision.
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    Dedicated July 2021 Kochi
    Nainika ·
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    Hey Chelsea!

    This piece of information might help you with the same! Smiley smile

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    Super December 2021 Noida
    Khushi ·
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    I also agree with Divya! The situation here in Delhi is bizarre!! 😩 Yesterday, we got 4k new covid cases in delhi. One of my friends planned to get married on 11th Feb, but looking at the current scene, she postponed the wedding. The situation is not favourable at all. What do you think?

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    Dedicated June 2022 Central Delhi
    Divya ·
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    Hi Chelsea, the situation here in Delhi is too sensitive at this point in time. The cases are rising day by day so i would suggest you postpone the upcoming wedding. Your safety matters the most! Smiley smile

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