Like many other brides I had to postpone my wedding this year to next. We have been engaged for 3 years and decided that whatever next year looks like, big or small we’re getting married on that day. Although for me it is difficult to accept, because I am so OVERLY worried about if we will be able to dance or do anything “normal”. Postponing to 2022 just isn’t an option for us because this wedding has been looming over our heads long enough lol! Is anyone else finally throwing in the towel and their postponed date is the big day?! How are you all dealing with that decision?!
Latest activity by Amanda, on November 2, 2020 at 11:33 AM
Same! We were supposed to be getting married in 15 days 😭 We have rescheduled to November 2021. We have already been engaged 2 years, so it will be 3 years by the time our new date rolls around. We’ve decided that no matter what, we are going through with our plans next year. I am crossing all my fingers & toes that things will be back to (at least nearly) normal by then!!
Us too! We were supposed to be married 10/10/2020... which was ALREADY a 3.5 year engagement. By the time our new date next year rolls around it’ll be 4.5. When we picked our date everything was aligning for us, then Covid happens. I just want to be married and start our family already!
My fiance and I postponed from July 2020 to July 2022. We decided that we're not postponing again; if 2022 isn't much better, we'll go with whatever restrictions we have to deal with, since we will have been engaged for 3 years at that point. Hoping for the best for everyone!
YES! That is exactly how i feel! We wanted to take a year off to ourselves before we started a family and if i keep postponing that will not even be feasible anymore!! UGH! Good luck to you, I am right here with you!
Right there with ya girl. I postponed from this October to next October after already having a 2 year engagement (making it 3 by that point). I can’t imagine the idea of postponing again, so we’ll probably just make due next year with whatever is happening. I’m also overly worried about not being able to dance. Like come on, I can’t dance with my friends and family at my own wedding?! I just hope so much that “whatever is happening” is at least being able to have almost everyone there that I want there and DANCING
YESSS! I can't even believe that it's gotten to a point where were told we can't dance?! I am so tired and over this whole situation, which is another reason why I just want to go through with the wedding however it is meant to be. Good luck girl!!!! Wishing you the best!
I haven’t been engaged for that long, but my fiancé and I have been together for almost 6 years! We got engaged in December 2019 and will be getting married June 5, 2021. We’ll be engaged for 1.5 years and I don’t even want to push it back! I’m getting so nervous because things aren’t looking hopeful. I know people who are having weddings at the end of this year/beginning of next year with a 75 person capacity. My fiancé has a large family and I might sound stubborn but I don’t want to pay that kind of money for a venue for them to end up limiting my guest count that much! We thought about saying F it and doing some sort of small backyard wedding to avoid the restrictions and costs. I don’t know what to do!
I hear you!! Its so stressful and I feel like we are being robbed of having the "wedding experience", but I am also at the point where I think I am just going to do what I have too! But i totally understand about the money too, my dj required all my money in full on the original date and we don't even know if we can have a dance floor! Try to stay positive because things keep changing literally every day! Good luck!!!