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Just Said Yes November 2021

Wedding 11.14.2020

Daiisy, on July 17, 2020 at 9:15 PM Posted in Community Conversations 0 16
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Hi ladies! Do you guys think is too soon to postpone our november wedding? Part of me wants too but it's so hard planning in the middle of a pandemic.

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Latest activity by Michelle, on July 20, 2020 at 9:20 AM
  • Christine
    Dedicated June 2021
    Christine
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    So originally my wedding date was May 2020 and we postponed until November 2020. I wish we originally postponed until May 2021. If I could change it I would 100% postpone. Unfortunately I鈥檒l lose too much money on deposits. I think things will improve but not until we have a vaccine. You need to do what makes you feel comfortable. Good luck and be well my fellow bride 馃挄
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  • Michelle
    Expert May 2021
    Michelle
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    I don鈥檛 think it鈥檚 too soon. Original November wedding, now postponed until May 2021. I didn鈥檛 want to stress anymore. We do have international travel involved, so I needed to decide sooner than some. I know how hard the decision is and the turmoil it creates. Good luck on deciding 馃挄

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  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
    Melle
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    I don鈥檛 think it鈥檚 too soon either. I鈥檝e seen people post Pone November weddings already just because living in uncertainty is not very reassuring
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  • L
    Expert September 2020
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    I鈥檇 wait until September or October! Things are changing so rapidly, you never know how itll be
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  • VIP November 2021
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    Our wedding was originally November 2020 but we postponed to 2021
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  • Lisa
    Expert October 2021
    Lisa Online
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    I don鈥檛 think it鈥檚 too early. You鈥檒l probably need to make a decision soon because dates are going to be hard to come by with all the postponements & regularly scheduled 2021 weddings. Our wedding was October 2020, we postponed to October 2021.
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  • Lisa
    Rockstar July 2022
    Lisa Online
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    I think now is a great time to figure out a backup date and start coming up with a plan with your vendors/venue, and you can always wait to make the final decision until September. This way, you would already have a plan in place in case you need it, and you can also still wait it out to see if things change for the better in the next couple months.
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  • Camryn
    Beginner November 2021
    Camryn
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    I just decided to officially postpone my wedding this week. I鈥檝e been coming around to accepting that I won鈥檛 be able to have the wedding I want with all the people I love right now. I鈥檓 moving mine to November 2021. Even if things improve where I am, it just doesn鈥檛 seem that it will be safe to have large gatherings this year. I think you still have time, but it depends on your vendors so I鈥檇 talk to them and just see what their policies are.
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  • Karen
    Just Said Yes May 2022
    Karen
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    Our wedding was originally set for May 2020, we rescheduled to October 2020. Now we are starting conversations with vendors about rescheduling again due to COVID-19. Definitely don鈥檛 think it is too early to make the call!
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  • Margarie
    Dedicated September 2021
    Margarie
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    Not too soon we were originally July 4th moved back to September 4th the world still isn鈥檛 looking good so we have moved all the way back to 9/4/21. We did however go ahead and eloped so we still feel something special.
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  • R
    Devoted December 2020
    Rachel
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    We鈥檙e set for December 2020 so I wouldn鈥檛 postpone just yet鈥攖hings could look way different in 6-8 weeks. It鈥檚 really just so dependent on a lot of factors: are your guests having to fly to get to the wedding, total guest count, is the ceremony/reception indoors, is an outdoor wedding feasible in your area for November, etc.


    My FH & I have discussed a plan B, C and D. Luckily our venue has lots of options for indoor/outdoor spaces, but if masks are going to be mandated for guests then we鈥檙e just going to elope. I don鈥檛 want to look back at wedding pictures and see masks 馃槶
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  • Chrysta
    Rockstar November 2022
    Chrysta
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    We postponed our November 2020 wedding several months ago. Mainly because once we contacted our vendors, they informed us they were rapidly filling up for 2021 due to all the postponement/reschedules. I Would definitely suggest reaching out to your vendors ASAP and seeing what options they have available.
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  • Lisa
    Beginner October 2021
    Lisa
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    I agree, we just postponed our October 2020 wedding to Oct 2021- I would at least start inquiring with your vendors to get a possible date at least on hold as more and more people are going to be postponing it鈥檚 better to get a head start to ensure everyone is available for when you want. Good luck! We鈥檙e all in this together!
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  • Amber
    Savvy August 2021
    Amber
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    I don鈥檛 think it鈥檚 to soon. We just postponed our September 2020 wedding and had to go with a date in August 2021 because we had issues with all of our vendors being available on the same date and our venue had very few dates left. I鈥檇 say the sooner the better just for that reason.
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  • Trisha
    Super October 2020
    Trisha
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    I Think It Is Too Soon. Its Still A Few Months Away, Things Can Get better In A Months Time. Mine Is In October And We Arent Postponing.

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  • Michelle
    Expert May 2021
    Michelle
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    Agree! I almost lost my venue! It was stressful, and I literally got a choice of one date that worked. I was so glad I didn鈥檛 wait, since the venue was extremely important for me.

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