How Should You Tell Guests That You’re Postponing Your Wedding

By Divya Arora .

While postponing your wedding amidst the Covid-19 pandemic must have been deeply saddening for you, we also understand the stress of having to break it to all your relatives & guests. We know how much of a task it would be for you and your family and hence to make this easier for you, we have something that is sure to save your day! In fact, the famous and award winning International design studio ‘Puneet Gupta Invitations‘ has!

From the design studio we have a few templates that you can use to let your guests know about your wedding being postponed and Puneet Gupta himself guide you through the entire process.

So let’s dive right into it and see what the maestro has to say and has in store for all you couples out there.

A pandemic just isn’t a part of even the most organized bride’s plans. Here’s how you can do some quick fixes against COVID-19, how to break the news, and get back on your guests’ calendars. Because when postponing a wedding, it’s important to let your loved ones know that you’d still love them to join you—just on a different date!

So what should you do if this happens to you?

First, it’s important to tell people you’re changing the date as soon as you know it must be done. That’s the most responsible thing to do to help your guests save from travel stress.

Consult your main guests and family!

Whether it’s weeks or months before your big day, the more notice you give your family and friends, the more likely they’ll be able to join you to celebrate. E-mailing guests as soon as you know that the date is changing is highly recommended.

You may use the following tone of messaging “As we recognize what is happening in the world currently and, because of that, we have decided to postpone our wedding & we hope everyone will be able to celebrate with us soon.”

Here are some samples

Remain positive!

In fact, in times such as now, it’s even more important to remember the end goal—you’ll be marrying your partner surrounded by your family and friends. At the end of the day, as horrible as this situation is, remember that it is more important to celebrate when your loved ones feel safe and happy.

We know that this entire situation is tough, but we hope that these email templates will make it a little easier on you when it comes to handling a Coronavirus wedding postponement.

About The Author

Divya Arora

An old school at heart with subtle but intense hints of modern glam, she's always happily making the best of both worlds. With reading, Zentangling, and spilling her thoughts on paper, she keeps her creative streak always on point. Hogging food and dozing off often, comes naturally to her! Follow her on Instagram @divya.arora14