As we grow older, we learn that life isn't quite like what they said it would be in all of those childhood movies and not only that, it's full of unexpected and not always the best twists and turns. Unfortunately these past few days have been a prime example of said turn, not only for our own worlds state of health but also in the hospitality industry (and all other industries as well). Both the vendors and clients are going through a lot of hardships. Us vendors are doing our best to reschedule our March/April events and clients are trying to figure out what to do, so here are the steps of what to do if you are postponing your wedding because of The Coronavirus (COVID-19).
7. Once you've agreed upon a new date, immediately notify your wedding guests. Best way to do it? If you haven't sent a paperlesspost then definitely try that out! I know a lot of graphic designers are offering a personalized design for your wedding to inform guests of your postponement. A beautiful gesture from these amazing small business owners (list of names are on my instagram @busybeesevents)
8. If you already sent out your invitations, then you will have to unfortunately send out a new one with the new date. If budget is in question, I absolutely love https://www.greenvelope.com/ as an online invitation source that can gather RSVP information and so much more.
9. Don't forget to update your wedding website of your new date and make sure to have all t's crossed and i's dotted in regard to new contracts with vendors.