There’s a lot to think about when planning your big day, no matter where your wedding date falls on the calendar. But, if it happens to be in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, you might be wondering what you should do, if anything, to prepare and plan for the potential that your wedding may be affected.
To help you prepare for what you should do, follow the news closely, and maintain an open conversation with your vendors and guests. In addition, if you can, book a wedding planner so they can help you navigate this crazy industry and offer up options, is probably one of the best solutions.
No matter your situation, it is important to keep your eye on the end goal. As always, take care of yourself. Honestly, it’s OK to cry. It’s OK to be angry or to feel a wide range of emotions. It’s not a matter of if, just a matter of when.
If you have closed your wedding , things are changing all the time. Be open with your family and friends and let them know what you are planning or what changes you might need to make so that your wedding will take place on the date you planned.
Your day is coming, and trust me when I say it will be the most amazing event!
Weddings By Totally Tanya, will offer advice, tips and resources on how to create a memorable wedding during this challenging time.
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