Your Guide to Sending Postponement Announcements…Continued (since this is the name of the game these days)…

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No one wants to change the date of a joyful event, especially your wedding. But in these unprecedented times, your considerate notification will mean the world to your loved ones.  Couples tend to worry as their special day approaches. Is it going to rain? Will the cake show up on time? But this season’s betrothed couples are grappling with something they never could have seen coming: rescheduling at the last second due to a pandemic.

This is something anyone who had been planning any sort of event — a birthday celebration, an anniversary bash, a retirement party — has now had to deal with, so the following guidance can be applied to those special occasions as well.

To be sure, this kind of abrupt postponement is enough to rattle even the most organized bride-to-be, here are a few options from Crane & Co. for Still Celebrating, Later Date, Change the Date, & Celebrating Later Cards.

Please contact us for more information at Maureen H. Hall Stationery & Invitations: hallinvitations@aol.com.  We look forward to helping you with your big day!