March , 2020
During the pandemic:
Our safety and health are primary
All bookings are conditional on State and CDC regulations pertaining to the pandemic being respected.
MINDFUL WEDDING PLANNING DURING COVID & SOCIAL DISTANCING
- If you’re unsure whether your wedding falls on a date that needs postponing: If your wedding date is later this year or next, the best thing to do is to keep open and honest communication going with your suppliers, your guests, and, of course, each other. My advice at this stage would be to have contingency plans in place, and to try to stay calm and positive. Don’t rush any decisions – but it never hurts to have a plan B, and much better not to be caught off-guard. I would suggest talking to your suppliers about a possible backup date. They may be willing to hold that for you at no additional cost for a certain period of time – and even if they can’t, it would still be worth having that conversation so you are armed with all the facts in case the situation changes quickly.
- Updated May 2020
- Don't delay. Couples keep their fingers crossed that their date will be safe, while choosing a back-up date with no commitment. When you finally make the decision to commit to the back-up date, some of your vendors may not be available.