Maine COVID Guidelines for Weddings as of October 21, 2020
All food service must follow Maine's Restaurant Checklist. Guidelines vary by county. Bar or counter service must follow physical distance guidelines.
Buffets have been suspended in Maine.
With the suspension of buffets, self-serve food stations such as appetizer displays are not permitted.
Maine prohibits dancing and/or dance floors, because they do not allow for social distancing.
Effective November 4, 2020, the limit on indoor gatherings is set at a maximum of 50 people, while maintaining social distancing. The outdoor gathering limit is 100 people.
Face coverings are required in public settings, regardless of the ability to maintain physical distance.
Live singing and certain musical instruments (brass and woodwind) are prohibited at indoor venues.
Maintain a distance of at least six feet between individuals and a distance of six feet between household groups. Tables should be spaced six feet apart.
Tented events should follow outdoor gathering guidelines, so long as the sides of the tent are up, allowing for maximum ventilation.
Stage 4 of Maine's reopening plan began on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. The reopening date for indoor service bars and tasting rooms to reopen was originally scheduled for November 2, 2020, however that date has been postponed.