Planning Tips

Due to recent circumstances, we know many couples have had to cancel or postpone their weddings. And while your original wedding date may not look and feel as you had dreamed, you can still plan a fun romantic day worthy of celebrating for years to come! 


  1. Get Married!

No, it won’t exactly be the ceremony you imagined. However, you can still exchange vows and commit to one another on your wedding day. Once restrictions have been lifted, you can host a vow renewal and celebration for all to attend! 

  1. Have An Engagement Shoot

Even if you already had an engagement shoot, having pictures taken on your original wedding date is the perfect way to honor it. We especially love a (safe) photoshoot in your home, which will allow you to reflect on this crazy time!

  1. Plan An At-Home Date Night

Order takeout from your favorite restaurant, light the romantic candles, and snuggle up for a date night at home. We’ve seen couples set up a “room crawl,” with different drinks, appetizers, and themes in each room to mimic a fun night out bar crawling. To up the romance factor even further, take some time to reflect on your relationship thus far, or write and read love letters to one another. 

  1. Host A Virtual Happy Hour

Believe it or not, you’re not the only ones who are bummed about having to reschedule your wedding! Your friends and family were looking forward to the party, and would still love to celebrate you from afar. Invite everyone to join a virtual happy hour where you can play games, catch up, and share the love.

  1. Support Your Vendors

Just because your wedding day looks a bit different doesn’t mean you can’t support your wedding vendors! Order a floral arrangement, get a small version of your wedding cake, and order dinner from your caterer. Not only will the small businesses appreciate your support, but also you can bring a small piece of your wedding day to your own home!


Even though your wedding may have been postponed, your love doesn’t have to be! You can still make the best of your original wedding date AND celebrate with all of your loved ones once it is safe to do so!