It’s a challenging time for us all at the moment. Both wedding professionals and Brides and Grooms alike.
Guides for Brides has pulled together this well thought through mini guide for those of you having to cancel or postpone your wedding that was due to take place this summer.
A great quote by Alan Berg which made me think as a photographer…
” When you look at your photos, can you tell what day of the week it was? Does the food taste any different on a Tuesday? Do people dance differently on a Wednesday? Does the sun not shine on a Thursday? Your guests will remember your wedding, not what day of the week it was on. “
In my experience you really can’t tell what day of the week a wedding is on by looking at the photographs!
To put this in perspective by looking at the figures. Around 150,000 booked 2020 weddings are being postponed. Pretty much every couple will want (and rightly so) to get married within twelve months of their original date. 50% will prefer a Saturday and will now be competing with Saturday dates with those couples already planning weddings for 2021.
So if you are able to be flexible when re booking your 2020 wedding or planning and booking your 2021 wedding day this could be a winner.
For the full guidance from Guides for Brides…