Best Practices in Postponing Your Wedding

No one ever would have thought wedding season would be indefinitely postponed. Now that we are looking at longer quarantine times and restrictions on social gatherings, many are struggling to make a plan b to their dream day.

Our biggest tip is not to cancel. Many couples are letting frustrations get the better of them and cancelling altogether. This is not recommended because of the language in many contracts. Wedding professionals are being as understanding and flexible during this unprecedented time. Spring and Summer wedding dates who already have their full vendor list booked should immediately reach out to their wedding planner to discuss postponement plans.

While we are unsure what the future will hold, there are Fall and 2021 dates open that we can work to reschedule your wedding to. Sure, that means a little more waiting, but you can always celebrate through video calls (we recommend using Zoom) on the date you have been planning for, and then look forward to sharing your nuptials with family and friends when we are all safe and stress-free.

best practices in postponing your wedding

May 6, 2020

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