I have a bride who is getting married in a part of Ireland that requires Americans to quarantine upon arrival for two weeks (that was the number last time I checked). It's all due to the pandemic, which is understandable, but it's not feasible for us at this time. I don't really think the bride has considered the financial burden she'd undertake to get us there and through that quarantine. Not to mention, none of us want to leave our families for that length of time. I've expressed this, but she keeps sending me solutions to the dilemma like we should sneak in somehow or lie to customs or find some other way to circumvent the rule, so we wouldn't have to be away from home for so long and it wouldn't be as expensive. Any suggestions for how to deal with this moving forward? I'm obviously not going to break their rules. That would put my business reputation on the line, not to mention it's just plain rude. She hired us before the plague broke out, but we have a clause in our contract that protects against this sort of scenario. I don't want to upset her either, and she's been genuinely kind and rational up until this point.