Where are you located? We're in Texas, and our venue refused to allow us to postpone again (we were originally August). I would definitely give it some more time before you decide. Things are changing every day, and even though there are restrictions in place now it might be better by October
Scheduled for November 2nd 2020 Trying to rebook for next year, but of course my venue is now almost all booked next year. The 2 dates they offered simply don’t work for us. There are people moving to next year, and then the already scheduled weddings.
Our wedding is scheduled for 10/10/20 in the Keys - which just opened back up yesterday. We are not planning on postponing. We figure worst case we'll have to downsize but we're already at 45 (including us) - and it will be outside. We feel pretty confident we will be OK.
We're still planning for our date. We're in Northern Minnesota and date is 09/26/2020. We're at the point where we're still going to have the ceremony no matter what. Whether we can have everyone or just family it'll happen. I'm thinking mid to late August we'll make the decision about the reception.
We are 9/5/20 and are currently working with our venue to reschedule to Sept 2021. We plan to move forward with a ceremony with friends and family on our original date and then a larger celebration and vow renewal 1 year later. Even if regulations are lifted (we are in CA) having lots of people in a confined space dancing and laughing and talking loudly doesn't seem safe. I couldn't live with myself if something happened to a friend or family member because I wanted a party.
My wedding destination is September 5, 2020. Lots of people traveling, my guest count almost 90. Not sure if I should postpone. So worried.
We are in Florida and still scheduled for November 7, 2020. My venue has not made any suggestions saying that we should postpone just yet so I am still pushing on as I normally would. All of my vendors are booked. All we have to do is buy small decoration pieces and get with the caterer on what food we want to serve.
We were September 2020, but postponed to May 2021. I'm in northern VA and things are opening up really slowly here. We got hit pretty bad... Our venue doesn't expect to have weddings of over 50 for the rest of the year, so we chose to move further out instead of cutting our guests.
We’re having a destination wedding in Las Vegas on 10/10/20. FH and I decided that we will move forward unless the venue cancels on us. We only invited 65 guests. So it’s already pretty small, which is good these days. However, we still have a plan B because we have to be smart and prepared. So while planning for 10/10/20, I’m simultaneously preparing my mind for October 2021 too.
We’re getting married on 10/10 as well, we’re doing destination in Hawaii. As of now, we’re still a go. I’m assuming our guest count will drop, but we were only anticipating 45 people to begin with, we won’t be making final decisions to postpone until August unless something crazy happens before then
We’re getting married on November 21 and we aren’t planning on postponing yet, and fingers crossed we don’t have to. I’m worried that if we do postpone the dates we want will already be booked.
Queen Cone ·
I’m september in NY and not postponing. I will get married on my day one way or another. the way the world is right now I cant imagine postponing a year only to encounter some new ridiculous plot twist
Thank you all for your input! We are getting married in NorCal at my cousins house. We have invited 115 but expect less than 75 to show up. Right now we aren’t going to postpone. Wish you all the best with your weddings!