As hard as it might seem for you to be Postponing Wedding Due to Covid, many couples have been forced to do just that. It’s a decision that you might make yourself or have it be made for you.
Postponing Wedding Due to Covid
Depending on the numbers in your area, you may have been forced to posted your wedding. It could be a simple matter of fact decision for you. But for many, who have been waiting all their Lives, it’s a gut wrenching situation to be in.
There are a number of questions you’re probably asking yourself if you’re in this situation.
When should you tell your guests?
If you have guests traveling from out of town you should tell them as soon as possible.
What’s the best way to tell your guests?
Given enough time you could mail a formal change in the invite. With short notice an email is good to start.
Whatever you do here’s something you should think of when considering Postponing Wedding Due to Covid.
This report found at Inside Edition.
According to wedding site The Knot, 97% of couples have postponed their weddings because of the coronavirus pandemic. And one Long Island couple may be wishing they had, too, after their lavish wedding turned into a super spreader event and prompted condemnation from Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Cyndie Piscatello and James Rugnetta tied the knot with 113 guests at North Fork Country Club, flouting the state’s maximum of 50 guests for a private event during the pandemic.
Thirty-four guests and staff have since tested positive for COVID-19, 159 people have been quarantined and six schools have been temporarily shut down. The club’s liquor license has been suspended and it shut down for two weeks.
Cuomo called the wedding “obnoxious and irresponsible.”
It’s not the outcome you’ve imagined. Just know that you’re not alone in this an there are people here to help you.