How to communicate your wedding’s postponement

· Destination Weddings, RockPaperScissors, Wedding Planning, Weddings · , , , , ,

Since many of our May and June brides had to postpone their weddings due to COVID 19, we’d like to share with you the necessary steps to communicate this change of plans to your guests, after you’ve worked with all your vendors to nail down the new date.

 

Now that you’ve done all of the above we’d like to share with you two of the designs we worked with Atelier Invitations for two of our early 2020 brides that recently chose to postpone for September.

 

And don’t forget: When that big day comes, make sure to thank your families and guests for their support as well as all those people that moved mountains to make this happen!

Credits: Designs created by Αtelier Invitations

The current outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) has been declared a pandemic by The World Health Organization. As the situation remains fluid, we’ll be sharing tips and stories from our couples and we will also keep you up to date with the latest best practices for your weddings in Greece.

Written by Helena Chaviara · · Destination Weddings, RockPaperScissors, Wedding Planning, Weddings · , , , , ,
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