Life-cycle celebrant Alisa Tongg shares the details.
Self-uniting, or Quaker, weddings were popular in Pennsylvania before the pandemic. After all, they are a unique way to say your “I do’s,” with you and your partner, plus two witnesses, to help you celebrate your way. (Read all about Quaker weddings here.) But in light of the impact of the coronavirus on the size of wedding ceremonies, the approach has continued to attract duos hoping to still get married despite the new regulations and requirements. It allows for a smaller group and more choice in outdoor