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May 19th, 2020

Quarantine Wedding Flag

We are officially in wedding season. What an interesting time to have a wedding, or try to at least. When couples started planning their summer wedding for 2020, they never took into consideration that a global pandemic would happen. Some couples are moving forward, some are postponing, and others are cancelling all together. The couples moving forward are either getting married over Zoom or having small gatherings with just family. Either way, a quarantine wedding flag can be a way to either show the couple you are thinking of them or the show the guests what is going on.

How to display the flag?

In-ground flagpole at venue or home:

Are you still planning on getting married at the venue? Do they have a flagpole you can fly your flag on? Or are you getting married at home? Do you have an in-ground flagpole in your yard? These are ideal options, but if you don’t have either of those, no problem.

Quarantine wedding flag 1

Residential Flagpole Kit:

Does someone in your family have a flag kit that attaches to the side of the house? This is a great alternative to an in-ground flagpole. If no one has a flag kit, we can provide one to ensure you have a way to display your flag.

Wedding parade:

If guests are unable to attend, a parade can be put together to celebrate the couple on their big day. Car flags can attach to all the cars that attend the parade, or everyone can have little stick flags. Then provide the couple a bigger flag, this way they can fly it on anniversaries or frame it in their house. 

This is not the ideal way couples wanted to celebrate their marriage, but showing them love and support can make their day even more special.

Let us know how we can help you design the perfect quarantine wedding flag.

Quarantine wedding flag 2

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1 Comment

  • Donald Johnson

    June 21, 2020 at 7:25 pm

    I’m looking for information and an estimate for installing a flagpole in my backyard… I’m thinking a 20′ pole with solar lights.

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