I'm getting June 5th. Originally I was supposed to be getting married July 25th 2020, but thanks to covid that did not happen. I refuse to change my date again. I basically have everything done, just need to put centerpieces together, buy last minute things, and figure out what I'm doing for an officiant.
June 5th as well. And honestly, we only toured one venue and didn’t like the owner. We have absolutely nothing done and it’s getting stressful. Told my fiancé by the end of this year our venue will be chosen lol. It’s so hard to plan with such a tight budget (trying to keep it under $10k with about 100 guests. )
Regarding covid, I don’t know. I want to make a back up plan but have to have a plan first 😅
Mine is on 6/5/21 and I’ve booked the church, venue, photography and I have the tables/chairs/linens and desserts all figured out. I’m kinda just going with the flow and rolling with the punches, I’m just ready to be married.
My date is June 5th, 2021. We’ve gotten a handful of things done. We’ve gotten engagement photos done and we are narrowing down on a venue and caterer. We kinda pushed things aside at first because my fiancé is in the army and had heard of a possible deployment before the wedding but that has gone away now so I’m rushing lol but I feel like I should be further along.
Venue booked for June 5, 2021 in Sevierville TN and almost everything else planned. Still looking to book a cabin for our family who is coming with us, but other than that fingers crossed everything with COVID going on works out! Goodluck everyone!
We have our wedding website, save the dates are out, we have the church, venue, caterer, photographer, videographer, DJ, month of wedding planner, I have my dress (saved a ton on a discontinued dress I found at a local shop), we have the wedding party. We have most of the menue figured out and are working on the final schedule for everything. Also have the hotel block. Working on bridesmaids dresses and hair. We have a lot done but also feels like so much more to do and keep track of. Trying to save money on the food has been hardest for us.
June 5, 2021! So far we have everything almost done except catering and wedding party outfits (dresses and suits). We are feeling pretty optimistic about everything. It’s hard to keep spirits up, but we have decided that regardless on if we have to reschedule everything - we are still getting married regardless!
Same - June 5, 2021! We've booked the venue (at the beginning of march!), day-of coordinator, DJ, caterer, hotel block, and photographer, and we took engagement photos last week. I got my dress and a friend is officiating.
Luckily our venue is almost entirely outdoors but we're definitely worried about COVID because we have big families and almost everyone would have to travel. We have two versions of our guest list - one based on the venue's capacity fi everything is outdoors and 6' between tables, and one based on the regular capacity. We have no idea when to make that call and send save the dates, though!
Booked for 6/5/2021. We have our venue, catering, photographer and videographer, hair and makeup booked. Looking at officiants now I'm doing flowers myself so don't have to worry about booking someone for that. Save the dates have been sent. Right now we have 200 guests, but half of those would be coming from out of state so not confident they'd all attend regardless of the COVID situation. We're hopeful COVID will be lessened by then (vaccine, successful mitigation, etc) but if not will game plan come January or February. Still need to order bridal party attire and figure out ceremony music and an officiant in the very near future. Probably forgetting something on my to do list, but feeling okay so far that we've booked the major vendors before the onslaught of reschedules happened.
Hey! My date is 6/5/21 and I have everything done except for flowers! Glad we don’t have to worry about masks and getting married somewhere that doesn’t require them so our wedding hasn’t been affected at all!
Same date! We have venue, food, photographer, dresses, officiant and flowers! We just sent out save the dates. We are toying with the idea of asking guests to get covid tests before the wedding. Thinking we might put it on the wedding website. Anyone else thinking along those lines for covid precautions? We don't want to be rude but we know we have family who dont take it seriously and are traveling from out of state, and we want our older family members (and ALL guests) to feel safe. Interested in your thoughts!