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What Does Each COVID-19 Phase Mean For Your Washington Wedding?


Washington Changes From 3 Phases to 2

How to Be Prepared for Your Coronavirus Wedding in Washington


The state of Washington has changed from 4 phases to 2. This blog will give you the basics on what you need to know for planning a wedding. This blog will be updated regularly, but you can also use the links below for the most up to date information for the state of Washington.


BEST PRACTICES

Even though the vaccine is being rolled out, we still have a long way to go. Until then all Washingtonians are still asked to follow these basic best practices no matter where you go, if you have been vaccinated and no matter the counties risk level.

  • Wear a mask whenever we have to leave our home.

  • Limit gatherings to small groups

  • Keep at least six feet away from others outside your household

  • Wash your hands for 20 seconds

  • Stay home when sick

  • Get a flu shot

  • Follow COVID-19 rules in your county



PHASES


The Department of Health will reassess all metrics every two weeks and announce any changes to current phase status every-other-Friday. Click here to check your or your venues counties risk level.

Unlike, Oregon, Washington has made "Weddings" it's own activity category. The following requirements apply to all weddings, and events (public or private), wherever they are held, indoors or outdoors, including but not limited to: those held at all privately owned property, business establishments, non-profit establishments, establishments owned by religious or faith-based organizations and publicly owned property (such as parks, beaches, or venues.



PHASE 1


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size — Indoor

Prohibited


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size —Outdoor

Maximum 10 people from outside your household.

Limit 2 households.


- Weddings

Ceremonies are limited to a total of no more than 30 people. Indoor receptions or

similar gatherings in conjunction with such ceremonies are prohibited.


PHASE 2


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size — Indoor

Maximum of 5 people from outside your household.

Limit 2 households.


- Social and At-Home Gathering Size —Outdoor

Maximum 15 people people from outside your household.

Limit 2 households.


- Wedding

Ceremonies and indoor receptions or similar gatherings in conjunction with such ceremonies are permitted and must follow the appropriate venue requirements. If food and drinks are served, eating and drinking requirements apply. Dancing is prohibited.




More details on requirements for each activity:


For information about Oregon:


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