How do you say your wedding is postponed?

How do you say your wedding is postponed?

“We’ve decided to postpone our wedding. We love you and want to see you, and all our family and friends when the time is right. We’ll send you our new date soon. Thank you for understanding.”

What does it mean to postpone a wedding?

Postponing a wedding primarily involves notifying your guests and vendors, including your venue, florist, catering, and music as soon as you know your wedding needs to be moved. When you contact your vendors, find out if your deposits can be transferred to your new date.

What do you say when a wedding is canceled?

Don’t just say, “It’s going to be okay.” Right now, they’re processing the expectation of their wedding day that has now been postponed. Right now, it may not be okay for your friends, and that’s okay. Instead of saying, “It’s going to be okay,” try saying, “I’m so sorry. I wish it was different, and I’m here for you.”

Is it normal to postpone a wedding?

Postponing a wedding is a very personal choice, and only you and your partner can know what’s right for your relationship. It doesn’t mean your marriage is doomed if you have to postpone a wedding — it just means you should take the time to figure out what you truly want.

How do you say an event is postponed?

Dear firstname, We wanted to reach out to you during this difficult and uncertain time as the health and safety of you, your families and the wider community is of the utmost importance. Due to the increasing urgency of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, we have taken the decision to postpone eventname.

How do you inform an event is postponed?

As a result, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone [insert event name] until further notice. While we know this is disappointing, we hope you understand this is the right step to take at this unprecedented time. We’ll update you with the new date and location as soon as they’re confirmed.