24 March 2020
In all your planning, deciding on how you would postpone your wedding probably never came up. First things first, call your venue and find a new date. Chances are in your contract there is a clause for changing the date. There might be some fees associated with it but given the circumstances of your decision to move the wedding, it's unlikely you'll lose your deposit.
Let's rip this off like a bandaid. No. The official advice of most governments (Australia included) is that if your wedding was due to be in the next eight weeks, you need to postpone it. But postponing is not cancelling, ladies and gents.
No one really knows when brides and grooms are going to get the green light again. If you're wedding is in the next eight weeks, consider pushing it back until the end of the year or the same time next year. If the time comes and you still can't do it, push it again.
Elope or do something special on your original date if it means that much to you. When things calm down, you can have the wedding you had always planned.
Just like you'd send out a save the date, whip out that address book and send out change the dates. If you need a less-expensive solution, there are plenty of great email templates that do the same thing.
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