To have and to hold, and to keep options open

When it comes to celebrating love in the time of COVID, hotels around the world are incorporating something new into onsite weddings—flexibility. Contributed by Juliana Shallcross From the number of guests, to the lengths of stay, types of venues, food and beverage presentations, and options for rebooking, hotels are offering couples more choices and less restrictions than in pre-pandemic times. In the U.S., smaller weddings (between 25 and 50 guests) and outdoor weddings have definitely become de rigueur as travel remains unpredictable. But even these trimmed-down affairs aren’t immune to sudden change. [caption id="attachment_62691" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Set up for a…
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