Hard to believe it’s been a week since the CDC dropped the bomb limiting events over 50 people, only reducing it to 10 days later. This past week has been one of saddest, hardest weeks of our life as we worked with our couples postpone their dream, the start of their married life, the investments they’ve made, and the total utter letdown of a special event of theirs being pushed off indefinitely.
And on the flip side, we’re alive and healthy and able to be sad about the cancellations of these events so in a way we should be happy, right? We are of course thankful for our health, but we are scared for the health of others, the health of our society, and the ramifications on our economy. We are grateful that all of our weddings that needed to be rescheduled have been with almost minimal changes to the vendor lineup and none of the wedding incurring additional fees or lost deposits. We’re thrilled for our clients but we want to help those couples who are unsure on how to proceed and what to do. We want to help them minimize their losses and attempt to make wedding planning fun again. While we are not in the medical profession, we do know events and sharing that knowledge is the least we could do.
Amy with Amy Champagne Events and I have partnered to try to help planner-less couples navigate through these challenging times remotely. Since every event and all couple dynamics are different, we are available to connect by email, phone, or video to give personalized and customized advice to save your wedding. There is absolutely no charge to connect with us and we recognize that you may need to continue to need advice as we gain more information on COVID-19 and we want to help until your wedding is secure. If you or someone you know could benefit from some professional advice please fill out the form below. We could connect with you in whatever way is most convenient.