Good riddance to 2020! We are hopeful the wedding industry will get back on track as we transition into the new year. There is still uncertainty, especially for couples expecting to get married in the near future. If you just got told by your venue your date has to get moved…
Do: Choose a new date as soon as possible and notify your vendors.
Once you have moved your date with your venue (or moved venues if necessary), letting your vendors know right away will help determine if they are still available on your new date. If you are choosing from a couple dates, your wedding planner can reach out to your vendors and collect feedback on which date works best for all of them.
Don’t: Start cancelling your venue/vendors.
Cancelling your contracts will leave you out a lot of time and money. Communicate with your vendors on their rescheduling options.
Do: Revise your wedding checklist
Time to sit back and relax. Even though you were counting down it’s time to take the extra time to go over your wedding details, enjoy your time with your fiance, and wait until it gets closer to your new date.
Do: Contact your wedding planner (or hire one asap!)
Having a wedding planner to reach out to your vendors, help navigate through your best rescheduling options, and lend suggestions on your next steps will relieve the major rescheduling woes brought along by COVID.
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