California is back open for business, and that means weddings can resume at total capacity.
Kayla Teague owns Simply Gorgeous Events. She helps couples plan their wedding. She had to have many difficult conversations over the last year.
"To have a conversation with them, hey, we need to postpone your wedding, or hey, you're not going to be able to have your wedding, having that same conversation, having my clients cry on the phone over and over, or over a zoom call took its toll," said Teague.
The industry is getting swamped with couples eager to tie the knot. "A lot of people's schedules are kind of overwhelmed right now, so that's a side effect I wasn't expecting," said Teague.
According to Teague, vendors are having supply issues. "A lot of florists are facing issues just getting flowers from different farms, and with venues, there is a staffing shortage of people not wanting to go back to work at quite the same rate," said Teague.
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