You probably think we’ve gone nuts when we say that postponing your wedding is a good thing!
You’ve been looking forward to this day for months. Not to mention the hours that went into planning your perfect, once-in-a-lifetime moment.
So, how can postponing your wedding possibly be a good thing?
I totally understand that there are lots of emotions that come with postponing your wedding, but I also believe that it can work out in your favor.
Remember the Monty Python’s Life of Brian?
Some things in life are bad
They can really make you mad
Other things just make you swear and curse
And this’ll help things turn out for the best
1. Keep Your Guests Healthy
Instead of coming up with half-hearted attempts to lower the chances of transmitting the virus, you’ve made the tough decision to postpone your wedding entirely.
This is your contribution to stopping the spread of COVID-19 and you should be commended for it.
While you can’t put your guests in bubble wrap to protect them, keeping them from traveling and congregating at your wedding and potentially risking their health is the best thing you can do for them.
Plus, healthy guests are happy guests.
And speaking of happy guests, you know what makes your guests even happier? Not having to keep track of your wedding details.
WedTexts is the ONLY tool that can do that for you.
With unlimited pre-scheduled and real-time messages, you can keep your guests in the loop about everything that’s happening before, during, and after your wedding.
Whether you need to notify them of changes to your wedding plans or remind them to bring a sweater, WedTexts is the wedding planning tool that is 100% there for you.
2. Your Dream Venue Is Available
Postponing your wedding is a good thing because it opens up so many possibilities!
Instead of crying over having to move the date, see it as an opportunity to be taken advantage of.
You toured several venues during your planning and were happy with the one you chose, but it wasn’t the one.
The wedding venue where you really saw yourself walking down the aisle then rocking the house with your new spouse at the reception was already booked for your wedding date.
And instead of moving the date you chose to go with the other venue.
Now COVID-19 basically moved the wedding date for you, which means there’s a chance your ultimate dream venue becomes available!
It’s worth a shot and certainly a reason why postponing your wedding is good!
3. Your Vendors Are Available
The same thing that happened with your wedding venue may have happened with your wedding vendors.
Earlier in your wedding planning, you really had your heart set on a hair and makeup team that you wanted to work with.
But then you realized that they were already booked on your wedding day. 😭
Well, postponing your wedding is a good thing because your wedding vendors may be available on your new wedding date!
Your wedding is one of the most important days in your life and you shouldn’t have to compromise on anything.
So moving it to another day but being able to use the vendors who’ve wanted to work with makes postponing your wedding good!
4. Change Up Your Guest List
You’ve been engaged for a while and creating your guest list was probably one of the first things that you worked on.
Since then, have things changed with how you feel about those invited (or not invited)?
Are there people you’ve met since you sent your initial invites that didn’t get invited or others that you may wish you hadn’t invited?
Maybe some of the people on your “A-list” cannot make it to your new wedding date, which opens up spots for guests on your “B-list”.
This is your chance! Postponing your wedding is a good thing because it allows you to take a second look at your guest list.
|Side Note: WedTexts can save you tons of money because instead of reprinting save-the-dates and new invitations, you can just send your guests a text message reminder. All you need is your guests’ phone number!|
WedTexts makes postponing your wedding a good thing
It is the only tool that will get you through this unprecedented time.
Enhance your guest experience and make your wedding a stress-free event for you and your guests.