A rhythm of hell.
After a year of cascading cancellations and postponements, weddings are picking up steam.
To the point of grazing the traffic jam.
We are full for 2021, and almost for 2022, we are starting to fill 2023 ”,
wonders Jérôme Vrel, who rents a farmhouse in the Orne.
While the phone had not vibrated for several months, everything suddenly accelerated on May 7, with the announcements of progressive deconfinement.
“We receive three times more messages than usual,”
notes this owner.
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The future bride and groom as the professionals were finally able to glimpse the light.
Weddings resumed on May 19 with gauges.
And, as of June 30, many of the restrictions will disappear.
“The tables will no longer be limited, we will be able to dance indoors.
The curfew will have been lifted.
Foreigners will also be able to come back, ”
argues Stéphane Lévêque, marketing director at the high-end caterer Potel et Chabot.
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