Hi everyone! Those of you who have already postponed your weddings, I'm looking for your input. Our original date was June 27th, 2020 and we pushed it out a year. I was really hoping things would work out, but I don't think it will be safe for large gatherings until the fall from what I've been reading about the vaccine roll out, etc.
My fiancé and I have been together for 10 years. I'm 33 and he's 42. I am not postponing our wedding again. My question is, when do I start replanning things? There isn't much I have to do yet, but I don't want to go through mailing out invites and then having to restrict it to a lower number. Those of you who have already postponed, but are getting married this summer what is your plan of action? I'm not sure when I should start cutting the guest list, etc. I'm trying to figure out when I should start making tough decisions because I don't want to get excited planning again and then have to make changes and be disappointed yet again. I've been waiting a long time for our wedding day, and although it may be superficial to some it's very important to me. I know I will need time to accept that it won't be the way we were hoping or planning for, but I don't want to pull the trigger too early either.