How To Postpone Your Wedding Due To COVID19
I’m Olivia! Our wedding was supposed to be 5/9/2020. Now it’s 4/10/2021! Here’s how we postponed.
Step 1: Remember that you’re not the only one going through this.
Take some time to be very, very sad because yes, this sucks. Then take a deep breath.
Get in touch with your venue about a possible back-up date and make a list of options.
Cross check those available dates with the availability of your vendors.
Place a hold on a viable back-up date as soon as humanly possible.
Keep in mind that if you haven’t checked a date with a vendor, there’s no guarantee they can do it.
Vendors may charge a rescheduling fee or require full payment up front. Double check all of this.
So you have a back-up date, but haven’t rescheduled yet? Welcome to the “hell limbo phase.”
So you’ve rescheduled! Pour yourself a drink. Now you let everyone know.
Know it’s OK to feel a little weird now. Take a breather & know you’re not alone.
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