I was supposed to get married May 30, 2020 and we postponed our event until August 30, 2020 thinking that COVID-19 would blow over by then. As the days go on I'm become less and less hopeful that it will happen. Even if we are legally allowed to hold our event, I'm sure their will be restrictions on the number of guests and we would still need to social distance. To me, this seems like it'd be a huge waste of money to throw an event where people wouldn't have fun. I'm starting to think of options. One is to just push the wedding out a year. I'm not keen on this though because I really want my marriage to start and we originally wanted to tie the knot sooner rather than later due to my fiancé's concern over his mother's health. Second option (which is what I'm leaning towards), would be to hold a small ceremony to get legally married in the Catholic church and then postpone the reception until 2021. I'm wondering about logistics. For brides who have done this, how do you deal with things like videography/photography, dress, hair/makeup? I'm just not really sure how I would make this work. I'm thinking of all of the brides going through this right now. This is obviously not the way we ever envisioned things, but we will still have a special day.