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How to prepare for your marriage and adapt it to post-confinement


OUR ADVICE - Faced with forced postponements of wedding ceremonies, engaged couples organize themselves with the support of dress designers, wedding planners and jewelers.

On March 14, when the gatherings were limited to 100 people, Maud and Arthur decided to get married, whatever the cost. There are four of them, surrounded by a priest and a witness, in a church not far from Paris. "It looked like a union in wartime but the anxiety-provoking atmosphere did not slow us down ," says the young bride. The ceremony was filmed live on social media so that our loved ones can be with us. I was dressed in a little white dress bought at the last minute, from Sessùn. I keep the "real" for the party that we postpone to the end of September. "

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These very intimate weddings authorized a fortnight ago would no longer be so today. And no one knows what will be possible in the coming weeks. Civilally, marriages and civil partnerships are prohibited until further notice, "except in cases of emergency and with the authorization of the prosecutor, for a marriage in extremis in the event of serious illness or for a soldier leaving on operation". The ceremonies

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