Lately, The World Has Been Turned Upside Down due to COVID by weddings and events being rescheduled. If you are considering rescheduling below are a few tips on how to go about doing this. Along, with a few " look on the bright side" ideas.
First, if you are considering rescheduling your big day discuss with your fiancee some potential dates in 2021 that you might wish to move the date to.
Second, consider the age of your guests. Are they mostly young with healthy immune systems who are comfortable attending an event? Or are some of your guests and family older who may not be able to attend due to health risks? If you answered the latter, go ahead, and reach out to your venue for a list of potential 2021 dates that they have openings.
Then contact your other vendors to coordinate dates with them. Most every wedding we have had to reschedule this year, our vendor teams have bent over backward to help their couples make it work. Hopefully, each of you will find this to be the case. If not, reach out to a professional wedding planner on how to negotiate the contracts.
All though it may seem like the end of the world with planning a wedding and now having to almost plan another one, there are a few rays of sunlight.
1) Don't stress! All will be well. Go ahead and consider a small elopement ceremony at the Justice of the Peace or at a family member's home.
2) Smaller, more intimate ceremony's and receptions, give you the opportunity to spend some magical time with those closest to you and your fiancee.
3) Your after -party/ reception can have more of a dinner -party feel to it. We love this!
Celebrating your elopement with 10-12 guests allows for some amazing opportunities to dine al fresco ( pictured above) and utilizing your garden for flowers to adorn your table.
Stay Safe and Well - The Farm & Fields Team.