We know it’s a challenging time for so many couples right now. Many have been impacted and countless weddings have been postponed. Actions are the antidote to fear, and there ARE things you can do right now to not feel powerless and out of control.
You are not alone! We are here with a few tips to help you plan your wedding during COVID-19.
(There are actually a lot more than ten. Make sure you read below 😉 )
- Postpone instead of canceling
- Talk to your Venue and Vendors ASAP
- Read 40 Questions you can ask your Venue below
- Check your insurance policy
- Communicate with your guests.
- Celebrate your original date
- Look into rescheduling to a weekday wedding
- Virtual visits with vendors and venues
- Live Stream your Wedding
- Keep and open mind
This whole COVID-19 pandemic is still super up in the air, and everyone’s wedding planning is going to be affected in a different way. We’re not gonna try to pretend we have all the answers to all the unique and difficult scenarios, but we do have 3 things every engaged couple should do if you’re planning your wedding during the coronavirus chaos.
Here is a supplemental list of 40 more questions you may need to ask your venue when it comes to wedding planning during coronavirus. Paired with our main list of 50 Questions You Can Ask Your Wedding Venue, you can rest easy knowing you’re doing all you can to cover your bases during this unprecedented time.
Yes, it sucks. But right now, it’s necessary. While it may be tempting to just throw up the white flag and cancel your wedding entirely, we strongly encourage you to reconsider—and reschedule. Here’s why you may want to “change the date”, and the steps you need to take to postpone your wedding. You got this!
As more and more couples scramble to reschedule their weddings, less and less Saturday 2020 (and beyond) dates become available. And while that may seem less-than-ideal, don’t get discouraged! There are some major benefits to having a weekday wedding.
Many engaged couples aren’t letting things like a global pandemic or social distance get in their way of getting married. Because love always wins. Instead, they’re finding creative ways to make their wedding plans happen—from Skype consultations with vendors to Zoom bridal showers. Where there’s a tech-savvy will, there’s a way!
During this COVID-19 crisis we’ve all had to get virtual. (Thank goodness we live in the digital age!) Here are 6 wedding planning tasks you can cross off your list without ever leaving home. From creating a website (with Minted) or registering for gifts…
If you had to postpone or cancel your wedding due to COVID-19, but still want to commemorate your original date, we’ve got you! Here are 8 ideas to honor the original wedding day.
Silver lining: Now you can potentially have 2 anniversaries each year!
Grab this FREE, Ultimate, Step-by-Step Wedding Planning Guide to Relieve Stress and Know Exactly What to do to Maximize Your Special Day