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Wedding Planning While Quarantined

In the midst of this turmoil the world is experiencing, one thing has become more and more clear: Family and love are the MOST important things. If you are planning to spend your life with someone, you should be shouting it from the rooftops! Don't let the uncertainty of the world right now stop you from continuing to plan for that most special day. One of the most important parts of planning a wedding is....WHERE will you get married and celebrate that day? Luckily, most venues are still booking for the Fall and for dates into 2021. Here at The Sugar Maple Barn in central Indiana, we are committed to making your day as beautiful as possible for an affordable price and working to accommodate those that are having to reschedule their weddings due to this pandemic. Booking your venue, even during this time, is easy to do! Most places are accommodating social distancing rules by allowing you to view the property through Facetime/Google Hangouts/ Facebook video messaging, etc.. You can view the property and speak to the manager all from the safety of your home! Since knowing where your event will be held is the number one thing to do to get started, it's vital that you make these arrangements first. If you are unsure of how to go about doing that, it's as simple as calling each place you are interested in and speaking to the manager. They will guide you on your way to making your day run as smooth as possible. Most venues are also great resources for you to find the best photographer/caterer/bar tender/florist, etc. since they have lots of experience working with these other vendors. In short, we encourage you NOT to let this pandemic stop you from planning your future! This will not last forever and we are certain that the world will need lots of parties and celebrations to make up for the time we lost!

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