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Just Said Yes November 2020

November covid

Tuckysinclaire, on March 29, 2020 at 12:12 AM Posted in Community Conversations 0 8
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My Spouse and I are getting married in November, but haven’t planned much, we sent STDs and we have the venue, and my dress but with COVID we are really concerned about what things are going to look like in November.


We pretty much decided we will be getting married that date no matter what but we may have to tweak how many people are invited depending on what everything looks like. We want to announce there may be changes now so that people already know before we send invites just in case. Does anyone have any advice for how to announce changes MIGHT be made?

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Latest activity by Tuckysinclaire, on April 1, 2020 at 4:17 PM
  • Emily
    Devoted October 2020
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    I’m not sure that’s necessary. I think at this point everyone is going to consider this year to be a giant maybe all together and wouldn’t be surprised that you may need to postpone. It might be more confusing to send out a “things may change” announcement and then having nothing change. Some people may consider it already postponed and misinterpret the intent. I would save your money and just do the invites when it’s time!
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  • Emily
    Devoted October 2020
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    Also, if you have a wedding website you can make an announcement on there for guests to check for updates.
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  • Sexypoodle
    Master October 2021
    Sexypoodle ·
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    I agree and I love your phrase. Yes, 2020 is “a giant maybe” 🤣😂
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  • VIP November 2021
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    Our wedding is 11.08 and I’m not too worried - yes it has crossed my mind a few times / I’m sending out STDs in May 🤷🏼‍♀️
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  • Dierdra
    Super August 2021
    Dierdra ·
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    Our wedding is 11.14.20 - I also work in healthcare. Everyone already understand that this year is a hot mess. Personally it's too early to worry. We will know more in the late summer and reassess then. There are also Change the Dates that could be sent at a later date if needed. Happy planning! You can always update your website at a later date!

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  • Laura
    Champion June 2010
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    It's definitely too soon to be worried!! The current situation is changing so quickly, which is understandably making everyone super stressed!

    You should connect with Heather, a November bride who's expressing similar concerns here: November Wedding!

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  • Roni
    Savvy November 2020
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    I also do not think it is necessary at this time to postpone. I postponed my May 17th wedding to November 8th as I think this will be already blown over by then. Maybe wait a few months before making a decision. One things for sure if you move to quickly then it may get taken up by a bride who HAS to move her date due to mandates. Hope this helps and gives you comfort.
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  • Tuckysinclaire
    Just Said Yes November 2020
    Tuckysinclaire ·
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    Thanks for the advice y’all! I am mainly concerned that since I have so little planned and a lot of people are moving their weddings that we may not be able to get some of the things we wanted, but at the same time I’m worried about making plans a certain way and then having to change them anyway.... TLDR: I’m just a generally anxious person and decisions are hard
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