Nobody ever plans to postpone their wedding. Every bride and groom wants a timely wedding. There are a variety of reasons that couples may find themselves having to change the date of their wedding day during COVID-19, such as a close relative’s disease or financial difficulties. Couples often question what to do if their wedding day is postponed or canceled. Sending a “change the wedding date” card may be a more official method to inform friends and family of your new plans. To make it more memorable, here are a few wedding postponement card ideas.
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If you already have postage on hand, you can print and mail many of these wedding postponement cards yourself, or you can send them digitally instead. If the event has been postponed, you’ll want to let your wedding guests know so they can plan to be there to celebrate with you when it finally does happen.
In the case that your wedding is postponed, these are the ideal invitations to send out to your guests and family.
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