Updated: Jan 7
Photo: Morgan Taylor Artistry
Florals: Pink Dahlia Floral Design
It’s no secret that 2020 has been tough for everyone, especially for those who were looking forward to getting married this year. If you have postponed your New Jersey wedding due to COVID, here are some things you can do while you wait oh so patiently.
1. CONTACT ALL OF YOUR VENDORS
If you already have your new wedding date and have sent out your postponement cards, be sure to contact all of your vendors as soon as possible to make sure they are available for your new date; if they are not, start doing some research on new potential vendors.
2. FIND OUT WHAT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS YOUR VENDORS ARE TAKING
Check in with your vendors to see what actions they are taking to keep you and your guests safe during COVID. Consider adding their safety procedures to your wedding website to keep your guests informed and feeling comfortable.
3. ENJOY YOUR ENGAGEMENT
You’re only engaged once. Savor this exciting time with your FIANCÉ! Plan some fun date nights, celebrate every month closer to your new wedding date, and relax!
4. GET LEGALLY MARRIED
Can’t wait any longer to be officially married? Then go for it! Get married in your backyard, go to the courthouse, or have a micro wedding at a venue in New Jersey.
5. SAVE MONEY!
Take advantage of this extra time and save some extra money.
6. TAKE A BREAK FROM WEDDING PLANNING
Life is stressful enough right now. Take a break from wedding planning and get back to it when you feel ready.
7. GET CRAFTY
Not ready to take a break from wedding planning? You now have plenty of time to give that DIY project that you've been wanting try a shot! Make your own wedding favors, a unique seating chart, or fun signs.
Your new wedding date may seem like it's so far away, but once it’s here, it’ll be gone before you know it. Take this time to enjoy the fun and excitement of being engaged. Remember to keep in touch with your New Jersey wedding venue and your vendors as rules and plans are ever-changing.