If your RSVP Maybe Coronavirus Puts Wedding Couples on Edge. We need help because guests are nervous, travel is complicated, and you’re facing tough decisions.
RSVP Maybe Coronavirus Puts Wedding Couples on Edge
Some of us are ready to move forward only if the venue, or guests say no. What’s to be done if that happens?
Head To The Courthouse
Heading to the courthouse, instead of doing the full wedding might mean putting off all those plans.
But if you can keep your date will depend on the numbers and what your community allows for gatherings.
To Cancel or To Reschedule?
You’re going to have a lot of questions if your date falls under a continued shut down.
- Will vendors all be available on the same date and time?
- Will you be out funds for deposits and fees if you already paid?
- Does wedding insurance cover your situation?
A lot depends on the pandemic’s progression. In the state of Illinois it depends on where you plan to get married.
Especially the size of your celebrations, and the health concerns of those involved.
As this is being written it looks like all Summer weddings will have to make these decisions. And without alternative plans, or a vaccine, large gatherings are off the list of choices.
Should you be getting a wedding license now? Government offices are reopening. So it makes sense to do anything that you can to move forward. And while Illinoisans are still under the emergency proclamation, you can actually do a virtual application.
There is, however, a prioritization based on the urgency and the date of your wedding. It’s all on a case by case basis so check with your clerks office.
What Phase Are We In?
The phase will determine what we can do. Next up most likely will be allowing groups of up to 50.
Will you be willing to have a 50 person guest list? If not, postponing or rescheduling your day will be the next step.
Whatever you decide the world is rooting for you, because sharing your Love means so much to all of us.