Still moving forward! Was a November 2020 wedding now May 2021. The first move was stressful. I am choosing to relax and not worry until February 2021. So much can change in the next few months! I am staying hopeful and positive! Happy planning to you!
Hey, I'm June 2021, and I've been slightly worried but I try not to let it overwhelm me. I do a lot of visualizing in terms of guests having masks or having a smaller guest list. In a way it helps me prepare myself and get used to the idea or possibility. Other than that I've been planning as usual, most of my vendors are booked I just need an officiant and possibly a florist. In terms of Covid, FH and I will be making big decisions in January. 11 months is too far out to know how the world will be by our wedding. But whatever happens moving forward I know it'll definitely be a lot better than this year. 2020 has truly been a test run full of trial and error, seeing what works and what doesn't, placing protocols in place and phases. So I am confident that by 2021 even if there isn't a vaccine or treatment we as a society will have a better handle on things and be more acclimated to living amidst COVID, and that thought gives me great comfort. I also talked with my venue who (in writing) guaranteed my FH and I that if regulations force us to trim the guest list then our bill will be readjusted to fit so we wont be paying for ppl who can not attend and that gives us piece of mind. I think just being open to the possibility of your wedding looking different than you may have planned truly helps, and we have a while to come to terms with the new changes.
We're getting married in August 2021 and I have concerns. We're still moving forward with planning, but have already discussed our options with either rescheduling for a later date or reducing our guest list with our coordinator. So we're moving forward but still talking about a plan B just in case.
We're July 2021 and while there are some thoughts, can't dwell on it since that's a whole year away. However, we discussed what would happen if something was forced to be cancelled, our venue has been upfront with everything with us. So, we're still going forward with planning.
I was supposed to get married in September this year, but we pushed to May 2021. I'm not concerned right now. I'm actually enjoying the planning process again! The last few months I was so stressed out about September that I just can't focus on what might happen next year. I need to relax!
I’m getting married May 2021 as well! I have to admit I am a little worried, but there is still plenty of time so we are planning as normal. My fiancé and I discussed a plan B in case we need it, but we’re optimistic and think that our original plans will happen.
May 2021 bride here! Still excited about planning and I am taking my time with booking vendors. Not due to covid, just want to make sure everything reflects my vision and budget. We have a lot of time left so stay positive but have a plan b!
Im getting married May 2021, we've been engaged since 2019. We planned a long engagement so it wasn't stressful. Well thats definitely changed thanks to covid haha, sooo many people are rescheduling to the day we originally had planned and vendors are booking up fast! This relaxed and chill wedding planning has turned into a stressful panic, but we are thankful we are still able to have our wedding as planned!
I am May 2021 as well, I got engaged in April of 2019 and right away decided to do 2021. I am now scared at the end of 2020 that we won't be able to get married in May of 2021. I just think its so crazy that this is even happening. I live in NY and we aren't allowed to have a cocktail hour at my venue and there is no dancing on the dance floor. You can only have 50 guests and everyone has to wear a mask and social distance. I am seriously thinking about postponing my wedding to May of 2022. Anyone else feeling the same or experiencing the same in their state?