COVID-19 Wedding Survey Results

COVID-19 Wedding Survey Results

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Weddingsonline surveyed 621 Irish couples to see how COVID-19 has affected their wedding plans in 2020 and beyond.
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Weddingsonline surveyed 621 Irish couples to see how COVID-19 has affected their wedding plans in 2020 and beyond. We wanted to share these results with our hen party groups so they can see how their plans compare.

Survey Findings

  • 88% of Irish couples decided to change their wedding date due to Coronavirus
  • Only 2% of weddings were cancelled outright
  • 93% decided to keep their venue, just on a different date
  • Almost 90% of couples decided not to have a “light wedding” but keep to their full plan
  • ⅓ of surveyed couples decided to move their wedding to a 2020 date
  • About 2/3 of couples are planning to keep their original guest list number for their new wedding date
  • 75% have had their honeymoon plans changed
  • About ⅓ of couples have decided to have a mini-moon in Ireland before a full trip later

NOTE: Data from Weddingsonline.com (full survey information is available).

Ideas For Celebrating

Feedback And More Information

How has Coronavirus affected your wedding and hen party plans? We’re always keen to hear about your thoughts and experiences, particularly if you’ve come up with ideas to stay positive or celebrate in unique ways.

As a part of the wedding industry in Ireland, we here at The Foxy Hen have been so grateful for the support and understanding of the bridal parties we work with and hope all couples get the dream wedding the deserve.

You can see the full survey findings for more details.

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