19 things to do while your in quarantine

Updated: Mar 3

For anyone who has had to reschedule their wedding, from the bottom of our hearts we are so sorry you are going through this. But, let's look at the positives, even though you may be getting married on a different date, with different vendors, you will STILL be marrying your best friend. Planning a wedding is literally a full time job so, if you are out of work and looking for something to do with all of your quarantine time, knock some wedding to-dos off your checklist!


Exercise

Let’s be honest, we’ve ALL got a lot on on our minds. Spend at least 30 minutes a day moving your body, or even doing a meditation. It’s a great way to ease the anxiety of all of the unknowns, plus it’s great for your mind, body and soul and stay in shape so you still look fab in your wedding dress! 


BONUS if you can get your spouse to workout with you!

Get your creative juices flowing Create a Pinterest board for inspiration that will help plan and organize your wedding


Research vendors

Still looking for people to help make your wedding vision come to life? Now is the perfect time to surf the web, check out the Knot or Wedding Wire and decide who you would like to schedule consults with after our stay at home orders are lifted.


Plan your photos

Write out a photo shot list of all the couple photos, bridal party photos and family photos you would like, plus include any areas at the venue you would like to utilize 





Music

Pick out songs for your processional, recessional, introductions, cake cutting, first dance, parent dances and don’t forget to create a do not play list for your DJ as well 

DIY Photo Booth / Selfie Station

Print out fun wedding inspired props and tape or glue them to sticks, order a back drop, grab one of those cute little Polaroid cameras and voila, you have yourself a fun little DIY photo booth 







Plan! Work on a tentative seating chart. You may not have all of your RSVPs back yet, but you can use a big piece of poster board, or tape printer paper together, draw out all of your tables and put everyone’s name on a sticky note. It makes it very easy to edit, if you receive a RSVP “NO” you can simply remove those people from the chart