Covid-19 has rocked everyone’s world and we know for those of you getting married during a pandemic it can add an extra layer of stress. At Seattle Tiny Wedding we are committed to relieving as much stress as we can and helping you celebrate safely. Following the State of Washington’s rules in place at the time of your event and following the recommendations from the CDC are a top priority for us. Please check out our Covid-19 Preparedness Plan Guidance found here. We have also been certified by the Event Leadership Institute in Pandemic On-Site Protocol.
We will keep our Preparedness Plan updated as regulations change. We will also email a specific plan for each event to our clients prior to their event so everyone is on the same page.
Here are a few answers to commonly asked questions, please reach out to hello@SeattleTinyWedding.com if you have additional questions or concerns.
You can find the official document from the state here. King county is currently in phase 3 which allows for indoor gatherings at 50% capacity (up to 400 people). Physical distancing must be maintained between groups and table size is a maximum of 10. Outdoor events have the same 400 person cap but allow for a table size of 15 people. You are able to mix households when seated.
Yes, guests and all vendors must wear a face covering during the event. If anyone forgets their face covering we will happily supply one. There are some exceptions listed below.
No, anyone speaking during the event such as your officiant and the couple getting married does not have to wear a face covering.
You and any family or wedding party in photographs are allowed to remove their face coverings for the pictures.
At this time vaccinated folks still have to follow the same guidelines as those that are not vaccinated when attending events.
No, assigned seating is no longer required.
Yes, each guest upon arrival will be temperature checked and asked if they have any symptoms prior to entering the event. Name and contact information will be collected for each guest in the event they need to be contacted after the event due to an exposure.
No, you must adhere to the rules and guidelines set by the State of Washington, by the venue, and by us.
Things are changing at a rapid pace, we are hopeful with the current rate of vaccinations we will move forward and not backward as time goes on. However, we know these are un-certain times and as planners we want to plan for every possibility. In the event regulations change we will update you as soon as possible as to how this effects you're event. This may mean assigned seating or a different lay out. In the unlikely event we are unable to host the event at all we will work with you to find a new date to host the wedding in the near future.