We’re 10/10 and I wouldn’t say panicking exactly, but I am anxious. We still have seven months which is a lot of time for the situation to change. We’ve decided on what we’ll do based on how bad things get and I am a little scared we’ll have to use our worst case scenario married in the living room plan, but I think it’s important not to get ahead of myself.
October 23 bride here. We are staying hopeful to continue as planned but are being cautious too. My dad has respiratory issues so trying to be extra careful. We might have to cancel spring family gatherings like Easter and birthday parties (we have a big family) until this all blows over.
Our date is 10/31. I’m not panicking, but as others have mentioned, I’m being aware of the circumstances. My venue is in a county park, and they have suspended the use of their facilities, and while very few guests need to travel (and it is 4 hour drive), my godparents do and they are high risk and quarantined at home per their doctors orders. I’m ready to adjust plans if needed.
10/10 here, being alert and monitoring the situation. The only thing I'm thinking might be impacted is bridal shower. My mom was initially thinking sometime in July with no date set in stone, so worst case we have it closer to the wedding. She is immunocompromised (lost her spleen) so if anything has to happen to protect her health, she takes priority.
Hello October brides, I just faced the difficult decision of postponing our May wedding to October 1st. If it helps with the stress, our venue actually recommended for this fall, Sept to Oct. We were going to shoot for next May if we needed to, but venue/officiant felt comfortable for later this year. Hope this spreads positive vibes!
No, I’m not concerned at all. There may have been a thought about it. My FH and I have decided we’re not waiting a day later than 10/24 to get married. If we have to cancel the big to-do then so be it, we’ll schedule a celebration later on. But that’s our two cents. I generally refuse to freak-out about most anything that I can’t control. And I’ve come to realize I can’t control much anyway.