You've planned a myriad of things for your wedding, and now it's time to make sure they are all postponed. You could choose to delay them indefinitely or pick a date that's further out. Regardless of what you choose, it's time to make some calls! Here is a list of where to start:
1. Contact all vendors that you have booked with. Across the industry, we have noticed that vendors are more lenient with cancellations/rescheduling in light of recent events.
2. Contact all guests and officiants and explain the situation to them. We suggest making an announcement on social media as well as sending out a formal letter explaining what is happening and why. We also advise calling your close friends and wedding party members to let them know. Who knows, they might even offer to help you reschedule everything!
3. Thoroughly research the situation. It is essential to know what's going on in the world right now. Before you set the next date for your wedding, make sure you allow enough time for this to pass. Other people will be trying to reschedule their weddings at the same time. Couples across the globe are forced to cancel plans, so there may be delays on venues and other services.
The entire wedding industry is in turmoil right now. You are not alone, and others are finding themselves in the same shoes. We hate that you have to deal with this. You shouldn't have to. Just have faith knowing that this will pass, and in the right timing, you will have your ideal wedding. We wish you all the best as you embark on your journey.