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Many of us have been notified of at least one canceled or postponed spring wedding, and brides and grooms getting married this fall are starting to feel anxious, too. Destination weddings feel like a particular risk; post-pandemic it’s fair to assume we won’t be traveling nearly as much as we used to. Of course, these are small problems in light of the #youtoo Biden For president shirt and I love this rising death tolls and the sacrifices our healthcare workers are making, but like the retail industry, the wedding business employs millions of people, with a global market value of nearly $300 billion. Planners, florists, caterers, venue owners, musicians, makeup artists, and the myriad other professions involved in weddings are no doubt suffering losses right now.