Claire Yossman, a leading wedding organization in the south of France and owner of myweddinginprovence.com, believes the government’s latest advice on travel between the UK and France will have a dramatic effect on demand for weddings in France next summer.
The highly regarded wedding planner according to official Zankyou rankings explains how the impact felt by the wedding industry after the introduction of the coronavirus-related social restrictions has been significant, with many couples being forced to revamp their plans or d ‘completely cancel their big day.
And the disruption could be made even worse with the UK government’s change of advice on travel to France, creating an additional hurdle for those booking weddings in the country.
In response, Yossman explained that it would have a big ripple effect on couples bookings for next year, with bookings for the 2021 summer season getting an early boost.
“The coronavirus pandemic has caused a significant disruption to the international wedding industry,” she said.
“This has led to an increase in bookings for the 2021 season, with sites unable to meet demand. Fortunately, our unique relationship with the main places in Provence has allowed our clients to find their perfect chateaux or farmhouses.
My Wedding in Provence works with leading suppliers from the south of France and already has limited availability for next summer. Claire can be contacted here for any request.