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Updated: Mar 19

So, COVID-19 has taken the world by story, especially the Event Industry! Couples have had to postpone weddings, annual events have had to cancel, concerts are in limbo! This is truly a new space for many people and we are making the very best

Uh oh... It look like our wedding plans may be changing

attempt to navigate it the very best that we can. But, what do you say to stop the questions from families and friends about your wedding plans during this time of uncertainty?

Emails, text messaging and your wedding website are great tools for you to use to get the message out!

I've been checking with other industry professionals and pulling out all of my resources as I'm being asked on what to do and what to say. I think the following are some great ways to go.


Copy and paste the following template if your wedding is postponed: via TheEveryLastDetail

We wanted to reach out to you to let you know we’ve made a difficult decision to postpone our wedding (to date/season) This was a heartbreaking decision, but not nearly as heartbreaking as the idea of putting our loved ones at risk.  When it comes right down to it, a marriage is a commitment of two people, and a wedding is a party that can be rescheduled, so that is the route we have decided to take. At this time, things are changing rapidly, and we are working with our vendors.  There are some unknowns at this point. We will be reaching out as soon as we know more. In the meantime, hug your loved ones at home a little longer. Be safe and be well.



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