If you’ve been faced with the decision to reschedule or cancel your 2020 wedding, you’re not alone. There have been many couples that have made the decision to reschedule their wedding or to make significant adjustments. It is perfectly normal to experience feelings of sadness, anger, and frustration. However it is important to adjust and have faith that big day come eventually.
If you're among the majority and refuse to give up on a more traditional wedding, the best thing you can do is to be flexible, patient, stay positive and keep planning. Below is a couple of tips on how you can accomplish this.
Be flexible when rescheduling
Look at your contracts and know what your options are regarding cancellations and rescheduling. Also know that many vendors are being more flexible than what was initially agreed upon in writing. When trying to reschedule, understand that many other couples are trying to do the same, so have a few preferred, new dates in mind. And, if you’re open to a weekday or Sunday event, you’ll have less competition.
If you can get through a wedding replanning during a pandemic together, signs are pretty good that you have made the right partner choice AND you will be able to weather the inevitable ups and downs of married life.
Other potential positives during a wedding redo:
Fix your mistakes. If you were further along in the planning process, you likely made some mistakes. Now you can do it right on your second try.
Get a better date. Maybe you missed out on your preferred day, season, etc. the first time? Here’s your chance to snag it on round two.
Save money. Put your stimulus checks and tax refunds towards planning for an even bigger and better event or honeymoon. Or, opt for a smaller event and pocket the extra cash.
You know you’re still going to go ahead with a traditional affair, but you don’t know when. No problem! If you weren’t too far into the planning process, we at Shin Brothers would love to be a part of it.
At Shin Brothers, we offer a few options in which we can help you plan your wedding during this pandemic
1) You can go on our website at shinjewelers.com. There, we have a wide variety of wedding bands and engagement rings in different metals and gemstones. If you have any questions, we have a 24/7 live chat on our website and we usually respond within 24 hours.
2) We can set an appointment with you to come to store and see we what have and the many options we can offer to.
3) If you are uncomfortable in coming to the store during this pandemic, you have the option to set up a zoom call appointment with us. We will through the same process as if you coming into the store.
So rest assure that even during this uncertain time, you have options. At Shin Brothers, we promise you that we will make this journey for you worth your while.
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