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Wedding Season 2021: Announcing Postponements Caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic

Friday, May 7th, 2021
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Deciding to postpone your wedding is a hard choice, but it is completely okay to do.

The reality of life is that even the most ambitious events sometimes face postponement. Weddings are no exception, and in the age of COVID, wedding postponements are actually increasingly common. While the ongoing pandemic may not be the reason for your postponement (weddings are also often postponed for weather, family, and personal reasons), it is important to make sure your guests know about the changes as soon as possible.

How, When, And Why To Postpone

Deciding to postpone your wedding is a hard choice, but it is completely okay to do. Especially in these times, people understand that you wouldn’t change on a whim. You have to do the right thing for you and your partner. That being said, the more notice you can give, the better. 

If you’re postponing a wedding scheduled to happen in a few weeks, don’t leave it to the mail to spread the message. Use email, group texts, or other digital communication to alert people that your wedding is being postponed. 

Once you start alerting people, you should also update your wedding website with the appropriate information as soon as possible. Suppose your original wedding date is more than two months away. In that case, you can use traditional mail to send the postponement announcement – however, if you have out-of-town guests who will need to change their flights should be called to give them more notice.

Wording The Postponement

Deciding how to word the announcement is almost as stressful as deciding to postpone. Your announcement needs to include the fact that you are postponing, the new date if you have decided on it, and the location where people can go for more information (like your wedding website). You don’t have to include the reason for the postponement if you don’t want to. Many postponements start with “We are saddened to announce that we have to postpone our wedding…” or something similar. If you have the new date, you can include it, but if not, simply ask them to be on the lookout for additional information.

Resending Invitations

Depending on when you are rescheduling, you have some flexibility in resending invitations. Save-the-dates are typically sent about a year before the wedding, so you can choose to send change-the-date announcements if you have a year or more till your new date. If you are not postponing by that much, you should resend invitations. If you haven’t sent your original invitations, you should reprint them, and some couples choose to include an envelope insert explaining the change as well.

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Designing a Wedding Program for a Socially-Distanced Shindig

Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
Designing a Wedding Program for a Socially-Distanced Shindig

Here are some helpful tips for designing a wedding program for any socially-distant celebration.

Planning a wedding amid the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, you may want to take into consideration the best way to create a wow-worthy wedding program that all your socially-distant guests will enjoy. In fact, when you plan your wedding ceremony, you’ll want to consider how to maintain all the safety protocols that are necessary given our current climate. Even if you decide to do a virtual shindig, focusing on the wedding program can be a great way to focus your energy on something wedding-related that can be very positive and uplifting — it can even be a great bonding experience for both the bride and groom to be. Here are some helpful tips for designing a wedding program for any socially-distant celebration.  (more…)

Wedding Season: Love in the Time of COVID

Friday, October 2nd, 2020
Wedding Season: Love in the Time of COVID

But now a new challenger has appeared to throw the typical wedding season into chaos. That challenger is the COVID-19 pandemic, with a renewed emphasis on social distancing.

Once upon a time, sweethearts separated by time and space could only communicate through snail-mail letters. The advent of better technology has allowed loving bonds to flourish even with physical separation being an obstacle. Phone calls, email chains, text messages, and the Internet community at large has helped provide options for overcoming anything that gets in the way of your grand romance. But now a new challenger has appeared to throw the typical wedding season into chaos. That challenger is the COVID-19 pandemic, with a renewed emphasis on social distancing. So how can you still make sure your happily-ever-after goes off without a hitch? We’re glad you asked (more…)

How to Prepare for a Summer Wedding

Friday, February 14th, 2020
How to Prepare for a Summer Wedding

Having a summer wedding can be a dream come true. Still, this fairytale has plenty of preparation behind the scenes to pull it off.

Having a summer wedding can be a dream come true. Still, this fairytale has plenty of preparation behind the scenes to pull it off. Wedding planning can take months and summertime nuptials are no different, which is why getting a headstart now is well worth it.  Here is a guide on how to do it!  (more…)

Getting Married in 2020? Jazz Up Your Wedding Program!

Friday, January 17th, 2020
Getting Married in 2020? Jazz Up Your Wedding Program!

That’s why if you plan on tying the knot sometime in the next twelve months, jazzing up your wedding program can be more beneficial than you might think!

The wedding season is almost here! Although the height of the celebration period isn’t until late spring or early summer, these preparations can take months to finalize. That’s why if you plan on tying the knot sometime in the next twelve months, jazzing up your wedding program can be more beneficial than you might think (more…)

Design Tips for Winter-Themed Save the Dates

Friday, December 13th, 2019
Design Tips for Winter-Themed Save the Dates

Even if your impending nuptials are after the calendar turns to 2020, that doesn’t mean you can’t have winter-themed printed products. This includes save the dates.

Getting ready for the wedding season next year starts right now. Even if your impending nuptials are after the calendar turns to 2020, that doesn’t mean you can’t have winter-themed printed products. This includes save the dates (more…)

Paper Products You Will Need for Your Wedding Ceremony

Friday, May 3rd, 2019
Paper Products You Will Need for Your Wedding Ceremony

There are going to be more paper products that you’ll need to have, even if you don’t want it to become overwhelming.

Even if your wedding is still five months away, you need all the time you can to prepare properly. Considering what you need before the wedding and on the day itself isn’t enough. There are going to be more paper products that you’ll need to have, even if you don’t want it to become overwhelming. Here is some more information in case you didn’t get it before. (more…)

It’s Wedding Season! Are You Ready?

Friday, April 26th, 2019
It’s Wedding Season! Are You Ready?

With spring in full swing and summer on its way, wedding season is officially upon us.

With spring in full swing and summer on its way, wedding season is officially upon us. Whether you are having a small, intimate ceremony, or a bombastic blast worthy of a Bollywood movie, you can’t lose any time in getting ready. You’ll be dealing with plenty of paper products while preparing, even if you are looking for a minimalist approach. So the question is, are you ready? (more…)