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How to prepare for a wedding postponement

We know you’ve put so much planning into your wedding day. Our heart goes out to all the 2020 couples affected by the coronavirus pandemic. We hope you are staying safe and healthy through this stressful time. 

Angie and I are always looking for ways to provide resources for our audience no matter your budget. So many of you are planning your own wedding and we know it’s not easy. And COVID-19 came barging in to make it even more challenging. We want you to know you’re not alone and you got this! No matter the outcome, your wedding is about the love you have found with each other. Make it your own and enjoy the ride even if it’s a little bumpy. We’ll all get past this and it’ll be a story to tell and reflect upon. That may be tough to see right now and I hate to sound like a broken record, but we’re all in this together.

We’ve been sharing this postponement preparation checklist with several of our clients and want to share with all of you too. As planners, we love being over prepared; it makes us feel less stressed and in control. Since there are still so many unknowns of the affects of the coronavirus on crowd gatherings for the remainder of 2020, we hope you find this downloadable checklist helpful in getting prepared.


Much love and support,

Missy + Angie

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