Has anyone getting married in October, November or December postponed their wedding yet ? We want our wedding in October like planned but we are thinking we may have to postpone it. We just don’t want to jump the gun if we don’t have to yet.
Latest activity by Kattie, on May 21, 2020 at 7:02 PM
My wedding is planned for December 12th and I have no plans of postponing yet. I’m hoping that these next few months of summer heat will tame this virus and calm things down. I wouldn’t postpone yet😊
Mine is late November and we haven’t postponed anything, but we have talked about plan B. Plan B is doing something small with immediate family only and doing everything big later on. But hopefully things go okay. If not, And we need to postpone, it will be okay anyway.
This week we postponed our Oct. 2020 wedding to Oct. 2021. We have a huge guest list and were at that crossroads of a BIG venue non-refundable payment coming due. We just couldn’t take the chance of being financially at the mercy of the venue, with all the uncertainty. Good luck!
10/10 for me! Our venue is really understanding and is giving us til the end of August to make a decision about canceling or not. Plan B is a small/private ceremony with immediate family. Had we not already had things planned, we would just elope with a small ceremony given these circumstances.
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Yes exactly. I’m in Jersey too so it’s just so hard to plan when we don’t even know what’s going to happen. It would suck to send them out and then have to like send out changed date postcards.
I’m in October (in VA) and we aren’t planning on postponing/cancelling, but we are remaining aware than we may have guests who want to change their plans. It’s a small wedding anyway, only about 30 or so, and it’s outdoors.
December 6th, no plans to postpone. My big payment is due 2 weeks after my tasting which is supposed to be in July so I'll reassess then before the payment. My biggest worry is my family living in another country and not being able to travel but December is far away.
Mine was October 24th and we postponed to September 2021. We realized once the economy opens back up, it will be a while before things go back to normal. We want to make sure our guests are excited rather than worried and we think by next fall we will hopefully be completely out of the woods 🤞 also just didn’t want to be stressed with planning having all of the “what if’s” in the air since no one can predict exactly what will happen. Best of luck to you!
10/10 wedding. We have a plan b. Every day I keep leaning more towards it. I just don't want to miss out on the fun part of planning and I feel like I am. This has all been so stressful. I want to look back with happy memories. I worry my state won't be "there" (whatever that means nowadays) when it comes time.
My wedding is Nov. 14th and we don’t plan on postponing. I had already paid the required deposits. So, my plan moving forward is to not pay anyone until the last second (like 3 weeks before when it’s due). It’s sad to say, but I’m a little worried about vendors going out of business. The date is my fiancé’s grandparents 50th anniversary, so we will get married, it just might have to be downsized in which case I probably won’t need my vendors. As of now, we are still planning a full wedding in Nov.