I must say, of all the cyber places you could have ended up, i’m certainly glad you chose to be here. Viewing my site is best accompanied by your choice of beverage; i recommend sweet tea, hazelnut macchiato, or prosecco. That, and 80's music, preferably from the breakfast club soundtrack.
There were to be vows, and cake, and music. But mostly, joy. And love.
And instead, there’s been fear and uncertainty.
When you originally set your wedding date, there were likely many factors that went into that decision. Vendor availability, season, sentimental dates…but it never occured to you that the term “global pandemic” would need to be on your radar.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. And before anything else, it’s okay to let yourself grieve what was supposed to be.
When you’re ready, take a deep breath and lean into your partner (because ultimately this whole thing was just about the two of you!). It may look differently than you envisioned, but at the end of it all, you get to marry your “person.” There is joy on the horizon for you…joy that will be worth this extra waiting!
In the interim, here are some ways to make the most of this time of postponement.