Wedding planners and photographers in the Klang Valley said weddings and photo shoots would proceed as planned and their clients would not be affected by the rally.
Edwin Tan, after a discussion with fellow photographers, said they did not expect the rally to interfere with their work.
"We just have to take precautions and get to our shooting locations earlier to avoid getting stuck in traffic."
Wedding planner Stephen Foong had advised couples earlier not to take their vows on Saturday.
Another wedding planner, who did not want to be named, said her company had no wedding scheduled for the day.
"Even if there was, couples are unlikely to cancel or postpone their nuptials because they would have already paid for the venue and incurred other expenses."
Others in the wedding business have also said besides suggesting alternative routes to guests and clients, they did not anticipate any other changes to the events.
However, bride Norshazlina Nor'azman, who is getting married on Saturday in Johor, said while the rally did not directly affect her wedding, it deterred some of her guests from attending the event.
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