Many of us have had thwarted plans, delayed goals and broken dreams, all can change from now with a new year and new mindset!
If you were one of the unlucky brides or grooms whose wedding was postponed or your chosen venue is no longer available due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we hope you have come to terms with the disappointment and are now looking forward to planning your wedding afresh.
Post Pandemic Weddings in Malta
The island of Malta was relatively lightly affected by the first wave of coronavirus, following a shutdown of most activities and establishments, Malta resumed business on 5th June with many operators, including restaurants and hotels reopening their doors under strict guidelines and measures. Since then, Malta has adapted and progressed and has never stopped weddings taking place during the year, allowing 300 guests outside and 100 guests inside, of course following the necessary measures.
We have another option for you…
Maybe you have decided that the hassle and stress of planning another wedding is too much, if so, we are here to help!
We have been planning weddings for 20 years and we have planned and executed over 1,000 weddings to date. With 300 days of sunshine on our beautiful island, it is always a good time to organise a dream wedding on the island of Malta, whether it being a more intimate wedding or as big and lavish as you desire.
We are happy to accommodate and are here every step of the way.
The choice of locations and venues are vast, and we know them all intimately. From charming historical palaces to modern five-star hotels, rustic farmhouses, family-owned vineyards and sunset filled beaches, we will find the perfect venue to suit you and your wedding party.
A little about Malta
The warm sun lingers over the honey-coloured limestone, and the mesmerising hues of blue from the depth of the sea always shines through.
Much of the islands past is still visible today, and wherever you go, the scenery and architecture provide a spectacular backdrop for wedding photos.
Being a predominantly Christian country, the island of Malta has more than 360 chapels and churches. Civil services are equally important. LGBTQI+ weddings are also celebrated legally on the Maltese Islands.
If the thought of starting again and planning another wedding brings you sleepless nights, let us take the stress away and plan your dream wedding on the little rock in the Mediterranean Sea.
Get Married in Malta
Sarah Young and her Wedding Planner Malta team are destined to help you plan the perfect dream wedding and make sure you can say “I DO” without having to worry about a thing.