Rescheduling Your Wedding During Covid-19 -During the last few weeks, we have been helping our April and May and early June clients reschedule their weddings.
Many couples are having major challenges finding flexible wedding dates, since many venues are booked-up and the demand on the venues has been overwhelming.
Whatever you do, please consider rescheduling and don’t cancel your wedding. We will get through this time.
1. Talk with your fiancé and families about possible reschedule dates.
2. Reach-out to your event planner (if you already have one) to assist you with this process.
3. Talk with your venue and vendors about their availability. Please reach-out to your wedding planner, photographer and DJ first, since they usually can only do one event at a time.
4. Review all of your wedding agreements to make sure you’re aware of your options.
5. If your venue is not available on dates that work for you this year, then you may wish to consider rescheduling your wedding to next year. If next year is not possible, please check-out canceling options that are listed in your venue agreement, along with getting your deposit back.
6. If you have a website, please keep it updated.
7. Final payments – please pay what you can to your vendors. Many of your event professionals and rental houses are struggling during this time.
8. Once you settle on a new date (we recommend a few back-up dates to our clients), please confirm everything with your venue and vendors in writing.
9. Updated announcements – choose a card that matches the look and feel of your original invitation. Please consider keeping the wording brief with necessary details.
10. If you are unable to locate a venue, consider having your wedding at a private estate. Our company has access to over 4000 private estates and mansions in the greater Los Angeles area.
For more information, please call her office at 310-994-7789.