LOOK: Photos of a pandemic wedding in the Philippines

“Getting married amidst the pandemic is really not easy,” Palm Grill Tomas Morato owner Miggy Moreno says as they accepted their first pandemic wedding booking. He also says that he was half-hearted to accept it at first but chose to rise up to the challenge.

Photo by Gerald Robles; Courtesy of Palm Grill Tomas Morato

Princess and Marco’s intimate wedding happened last Saturday, July 18. This was Palm Grill’s first event since its 3-month closure.
Moreno shared some photos of the event.

Photo by Gerald Robles; Courtesy of Palm Grill Tomas Morato

Photo by Gerald Robles; Courtesy of Palm Grill Tomas Morato

In accordance with DTI’s guidelines, only 30 people were allowed in the venue. Placement of hand sanitizers, checking of temperature upon entry, and social distancing in the seating arrangement were all implemented, too.

Photo by Gerald Robles; Courtesy of Palm Grill Tomas Morato

Photo by Gerald Robles; Courtesy of Palm Grill Tomas Morato

Photo by Gerald Robles; Courtesy of Palm Grill Tomas Morato

Moreno hopes to inspire fellow restaurateurs to keep their businesses afloat for the economy, their families, and employees. He also wishes that couples who have plans on getting married will not get discouraged as it is still possible to do so, even in the midst of a pandemic.

Would you consider getting married during the pandemic? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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