Similar to almost everywhere around the world, at one point Seychelles had to temporarily pause all beach weddings to play it's role in the fight against Covid-19. With the Seychelles airport which was fully reopened back in March, weddings are happening full swings again with the exception to a few guidelines.

Beach Weddings- 

- Physical distancing of minimum 1 meter is to be maintained at time between couples and the wedding Organizers (Civil Status Officer, attendants, photographers, decorators etc)

- Greetings at any time will be without handshakes or any other form of physical contact between couples and any wedding personnel(Civil officer, decorator, attendants, photographers, and any other staff members etc)

- Couples, witnesses, the civil officer and everyone on the wedding organizing team are to sanitize their hands prior to commencement of their respective roles at the venue.

- A designated sanitized pen is to be provided on the table for the couple to sign the registration book. The civil officer will not share the same pens as the clients or witnesses.

-All cutlery for toasting and cake cutting ceremony will be disposable (cake knife, fork, plates, napkins, champagne flutes etc..)

Should the couples wish to use non-disposable cutlery, they should bring their own, and also handle it themselves. In the event that non-disposable items are used, the correct disinfection and sanitation process is to be maintained at all times, as per the regulations and guidelines by the Minister of Health.

- Limitations of 4 people per beach wedding.

Hotel Weddings-

- Room weddings are currently non permissible, until further notice from the Government of Seychelles. 

-Weddings can be done in a public area of the hotel which has a table that is required for the registrar.

This will be at the disposition of the hotel and with permission of access. 

- Physical distancing of minimum 1 meter is to be maintained at all point in time between couples and the wedding Organizers (Civil Status Officer, attendants, photographers, decorators etc)

- Greetings at any time will be without handshakes or any other form of physical contact between couples and any wedding personnel(Civil officer, decorator, attendants, photographers, and any other staff members etc)

- Couples, witnesses, the civil officer and everyone on the wedding organizing team are to sanitize their hands prior to commencement of their respective roles at the venue.

- A designated sanitized pen is to be provided on the table for the couple to sign the registration book. The civil officer will not share the same pens as the clients or witnesses.

We count on your corporation and thank you for your understanding. 

We look forward to welcoming you in Seychelles for your wedding. 

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