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We ask London wedding planner Occasion Queens about how to prepare for any eventuality when planning a wedding amid the coronavirs crisis...
Q Our wedding date is set for this summer and we're wondering whether we should postpone now or sit it out and hope for the best?
Nina says: Do you really need to postpone? Think carefully about this, as it is a huge decision and something that could be quite costly and stressful. Take a look at your wedding date and the really important VIP guests, such as family and close friends. Will they all be able to make it without any issues if you don't change the date? If you do decide to postpone, then the single most important factor is whether you have wedding insurance. If so, check what you're covered for.
Work with your venue closely and look at what possible dates you could move your wedding to. Once you've decided on a new date, work with the rest of your suppliers to ensure they can make it too.
Once you've got a new date, communicate with your guests as soon as possible. Last, keep calm. Remember, this is temporary and we're all in it together. The main thing is that, no matter what, you'll marry the one you love, just on a different day than you originally planned.
Nina Beer is a London-based wedding coordinator and owner of planning service Occasion Queens.
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