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What compromises would you consider making in order to guarantee your wedding could take place in 2021?

How can we help venues, suppliers and couples work together to make it happen?

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* 1. Which events are you planning will take place in 2021? Tick all that apply.

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* 2. Has any part of your wedding been postponed?

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* 5. Where will you hold your main reception?

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* 6. Which is the closest venue description for your main reception?

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* 7. Which of these best reflects your venue contract?

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* 8. Rank the following, starting with 1 being the most important to your wedding. Include just the elements important to you.

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* 9. Would you prefer....

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* 10. If the law allowed, which parts of your wedding could reasonably take place outside or in a marquee, at your current venue?

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* 11. For non-vaccinated guests, would you agree to Covid testing if it meant you could have more guests and/or less restrictions?

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* 12. What concerns, if any, do you have about Covid testing for your wedding?

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* 13. Who would pay for guests to have Covid tests?

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* 14. Would you be prepared to have a "Covid Angel" at the reception to help guests follow guidelines and make the event more covid-secure, if it meant you could have less restrictions?

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* 15. If you had a "Covid Angel" how much would you expect to pay for them to be there throughout the reception (based on 6-8 hours).

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* 16. What concerns might you have about having a "Covid Angel" for your wedding?

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* 17. To help vulnerable guests, rank the following in order on importance

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* 18. If there is a restriction on guests, how many ....

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* 19. Answer if yours is a VENUE HIRE ONLY contract: If guest numbers are reduced, would you expect a difference in the venue price?

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* 20. Answer if yours is a VENUE + CATERING or PACKAGE contract (typically price per head based on a minimum number of guests): If guest numbers are reduced, would you expect a difference in the price?

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* 21. To enable the maximum number of weddings to take place as planned, most venues make a final decision 8 weeks before the wedding date. What would help you delay that decision until 4 weeks before the wedding?

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* 22. To remove any risks of you postponing or cancelling, how many weeks before your wedding would you want to see government assurance in the form of a re-opening road map?

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* 23. How has your relationship been with with your venue so far?

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* 24. If for any reason you need to postpone now and your venue can’t offer an ideal date, which of these would be your most likely choice?

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* 25. In choosing a new date, is the venue the only priority or are there any other suppliers whose availability will dictate your date? Tick all that would be critical to your decision.

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* 26. Furlough gives venues the opportunity to temporarily close. How near to your wedding date would you be comfortable with your venue being completely closed?

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* 27. Finally, do you have wedding insurance?

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