COVID - 19
RESOURCES

INFORMATION

First of all - I hope that you are staying safe and healthy amidst all of this uncertainty in the world. What a crazy, unforeseen situation! If you are getting married in 2020, this resource guide can help to address fears and questions relating to the COVID-19 virus. Please know that Embark Event Design is here to help however we can, we know that postponing a wedding comes with a lot of emotional ebbs and flows, as well as logistical conversations. We are here to help guide you as you navigate through this time - and continue to provide as much assistance as we can.

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FAQ'S

SHOULD I POSTPONE MY WEDDING?

Unfortunately, any couple whose wedding was planned for sometime in the next 3 months needs to postpone and reschedule the wedding for a later date. As much as weddings matter, people matter more. And it's our social responsibility to make sure we’re keeping not just our loved ones safe, but the community at large. Couples will still get to celebrate and that is still so important, but right now it's more important that we think about the greater good and keeping others safe.

WHERE TO BEGIN IF I HAVE TO POSTPONE MY WEDDING?

Begin the process of rescheduling as soon as possible. All of your vendors may not be available on the same future date, but choose your top 4 or 5 and see if you can get them to align. The remaining will fall into place and the community is working together to assist with referrals whenever possible. Stay positive and do your best to stay calm, this unfortunate situation is beyond your control. If you are forced to reschedule know this is for the best interest of you, your family and friends. Postpone rather than cancel, you can still have the wedding of your dreams and your vendors will make that happen. While this situation is very challenging, don't panic. Trust your vendor team and know that we are all doing everything we can to help you reschedule and still have the amazing wedding that you've been dreaming of. And, stay focused on the end result.

WHAT DATES WILL BE AVAILABLE?

Be open to a Friday or Sunday. If a Friday or Sunday are not desirable, be open to a winter wedding or a spring/summer 2021 wedding.

HOW CAN I POLITELY INFORM MY GUESTS? 

If you have a wedding website, first renew the domain (most expire in a year). Then, update the website with all information regarding a new date. Draft an e-mail / text message to your guests informing them that for their safety and yours you have decided to postpone. Let them know you've successfully rescheduled to a new date and that your wedding website will be updated with any further information. Telephone calls are best for the elderly - it's best if they hear it directly from the bride and groom." An email could be along these lines:

To our Dearest Loved Ones,
We have made the difficult decision to move our wedding to a later date, due to the current health threats. We love you all dearly and our collective safety is our highest priority. We look forward to celebrating our wedding when all of our guests are able to attend and enjoy the experience to the fullest. We will be in touch as soon as we have more information about when that will be.
Thank you so much for all of your support, love and understanding.


 

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