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December Brides

Jordyne, on August 27, 2020 at 4:25 PM Posted in New York Planning 0 11
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Hi all,
I live in NY and I’m suppose to have my wedding 12-20-2020. We now have restrictions on weddings. We are only aloud 50 people, no drinking or dancing. (Pretty much no wedding) I’m so sad and my venue wants me to have a back up date just to be safe. I’m so upset and need some advice. What are you all December brides doing?!?

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Latest activity by Soon To Be a Melendez, on October 3, 2020 at 8:39 AM
  • Rebecca
    Master August 2019
    Rebecca ·
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    December is still a bit away, and some things may change.

    That said, a lot of people are postponing... or switching to games and other entertainment. However, if dancing is important to you, I suggest postponing.

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  • Lynnie
    WeddingWire Administrator October 2016
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    Hi Jordan! It's definitely tough, but some of those restrictions are going to be around for a long time! I'd definitely expect no dancing and smaller guest sizes for awhile!

    Here are a few discussions I've spotted where you can connect with other December couples about your wedding plans: 2020 Covid Brides!, December wedding - postpone or no?, and ny December 2020 Brides - Stress Out Together.

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  • Jessa
    Savvy July 2021
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    I would definitely wait until October and then make a decision. Things could change little by little.
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    Just Said Yes December 2020
    Jordyne ·
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    I’m hoping so. I’m so upset about having to possibly change it
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    Just Said Yes December 2020
    Jordyne ·
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    I’m hoping so. No dancing at a wedding is not a wedding.
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    Just Said Yes December 2020
    Jordyne ·
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    Trying to stay positive but it’s so hard not knowing what the next couple months will bring.
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  • Rebecca
    Master August 2019
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    Plenty of weddings have no dancing.


    It a plan B would make you feel better, start coming up with alternatives.
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  • K
    Just Said Yes November 2021
    Kerry ·
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    I had my wedding scheduled for Dec 4, 2020 (after postponing from May 24, 2020). We decided to postpone again to Nov 21, 2021. It’s hard to have my family and friends who live out of state and with the wedding size restriction in place to attend. Our venue contract was for 165 people.


    Also to weigh in the potential fact that family from out of state could possibly be an asymptomatic superspreader if they don’t quarantine for 14 days. I just couldn’t take the chance of anyone contracting covid from the wedding.. there’s too much guilt.
    For any Fall/Winter brides, I highly suggest you to reach you to your vendors to explore the possibility of rescheduling. Even when I reached out to my vendors- dates in 2021 were very very limited given many weddings from 2020 were rescheduled to 2021.
    Best of luck to everyone going through this stressful time.
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  • Soon To Be a Melendez
    Savvy December 2020
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    I have about 70 people attending and my wedding is 12.12.2020. Everything will go as planned
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    Where are you having this wedding
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  • Soon To Be a Melendez
    Savvy December 2020
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    I'm in Georgia! I didn't realize this was a New York forum. My apologies
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