What to Know About Rescheduling Your Wedding

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We’re living in a very uncertain time. When will the COVID-19 pandemic get better? When will I be able to go to the grocery store and see a seemingly untouched aisle of toilet paper, Clorox wipes, or hand sanitizer? When will I get out of my apartment or interact with a human less than six feet away from me? Where is my next paycheck going to come from? How can I help my neighbors? If you’re a bride who has upcoming wedding plans, you might be thinking: what the heck does this mean for me?

We’re all hurting in this current state of affairs, but if you have a wedding planned in the next few weeks or months, you might find yourself dealing with your own set of special challenges that are putting a damper on what is supposed to be an otherwise magical time. On March 16, the CDC recommended limiting gatherings to less than 10 people, which has caused for cancellation of plenty of…

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