Welcome and thanks for being here. Secondly, I hope you and your loved ones are happy and healthy.
Have your plans been impacted by COVID-19?
Well, boom – corona came and everything changed and the way we socialise has been affected, forever. Luckily, Clover Jean Entertainment gives answers to questions about planning a wedding or party during this testing time.
And with a cautious approach you can go ahead with your celebration and let your happening can take place. But, how do you create a personal touch at your covid friendly event? Well, everyone must stay safe, feel good and comfortable. In fact, with a welcoming, engaging and harmonious atmosphere you boost your loved ones mood.
Rescheduled, postponed or cancelled?
So, keep reading. Actually, a coronavirus recovery strategy from the Dutch RIVM is still enforced. However, online wedding blessings are flourishing. And I’m touched by the continued trust in my marriage ceremony services.
When should you start planning?
Basically, the physical performances, weddings are back on. And weddings for up to 100 guests [1.5 metres apart] in Holland are allowed. Otherwise, you might prefer to postpone your important event until 2021, 2022, and as far as 2023.
How are you coping with it all?
Well, the government are tackling the virus to protect us from a future outbreak. And yes, it’s heartbreaking that large public gatherings are banned. But, I’m optimistic weddings and parties have been given the green light albeit with limitations.
Well, with a smaller outdoor event your marriage celebrant can design a personalised blessing ceremony with a fun contemporary twist on an cherished tradition.
Are ceremonial celebrations coronaproof?
And there is more good news…celebrations conducted alfresco style are permitted. Or you can host an intimate elopement wedding ceremony with of without music. In fact, with less than 30 guests you enrich a truly one-of-a-kind event.
Does listening to music help you cope?
Perhaps, you want to surprise your guests and lift their spirits with Motown hits, black gospel or soul music. Or do you desire to welcome a newborn into your home? And what about marking your anniversary by renewing your wedding vows? Well, I can help you!
How does a private celebration sound?
In reality, together we bring your tailor made celebrations alive. Equally important, inject your distinctive personality and unique style into the celebratory theme. Moreover, ensure the safety of your loved ones leaves a lasting impression. And here’s something really exciting…
Do you feel like things have normalized?
Well, start with your state of mind. You can swing into action now and plan a dream celebration with fewer guests. Watch awesome video clips on my media page for inspiration.
And don’t forget to take a tantalising look at the incredible photos. Why not, listen to my songs.
How do you keep entertained?
Pop over to the blog and events page, read moving stories about small weddings, intimate naming ceremonies and private marriage vow renewal parties.
Oh yes, follow me on Facebook or Instagram for my latest adventures. And if you’re looking for unique entertainment ideas. Well, make life easier for yourself and use the search button to get your creative juices flowing. Enjoy & keep in touch!
Thanks for stopping by, stay safe and strong!
Clover Jean Entertainment: Dutch based native English wedding celebrant [fluent Dutch], specialised in planning, creating outdoor weddings and intimate naming ceremonies.
- We are truly grateful to Clover celebrant wedding ceremonies. Our ceremony was exactly what we dreamed of: lively, heartfelt and unique. Thanks
- Thank you so much for your live singing performance and jazz music. It was a great success!
- I enjoyed reading through your site about wedding planning and ceremony music. It’s a great resource for any couple organising their big day. Thank you profusely for your help!
- My words cannot express how much your performance at the gospel festival touched the hearts of the audience. Thank you, Roger Heuts
- It was a fun, personal and moving alternative wedding ceremony. And you built a good rapport with the guests, too. Kind regards Dan Sadler – Pan Nation Steel Orchestra