10 COVID wedding postponement announcement wording ideas (funny, classy, and cute!) #Invitation advice#affiliate#COVID-19 wedding#invitations Updated Sep 4 2021 (Posted Apr 1 2020) Offbeat Editors This post features offbeat affiliates, meaning that if you buy something featured, you'll be financially supporting this site's mission of bringing awesomeness to readers everywhere. Covid wedding postponement announcements by MarriedAFclub So you've made the decision to postpone your wedding because of Coronavirus. Related Post How to postpone or cancel a wedding because of Coronavirus: Step-by-step guide, plus copy 'n' paste wording If you have to cancel or postpost your wedding because of COVID-19, here's our step-by-step guide about how to do it, complete with copy &... Read more First off: we are so fucking sorry this is happening to you. The effects of the coronavirus crisis have been devastating on so many levels that it's hard to know where to start. All you can do is wake up every morning deeply grateful for your health and the health of your loved ones, even as you may cry yourself to sleep every night as you watch your plans crumble. Second off, if you're looking for a wedding postponement announcement template, we've got a few wording ideas and templates for you… some of these are funny, some of them are more reserved… Roll With It COVID wedding postponement announcement template from Etsy seller PalmPaperieDIY Cute BRB wedding postponement announcement from GreenEnvelope Wedding postponement announcement by MarriedAF Meet Us In Miami Change The Date Cards from Minted Heavy metal change the date cards available from Peach Wolfe Paper Co. Destination wedding postponement cards from Etsy seller JP Stationery These super cute cards from Etsy seller NotBoringStationery feature a little quarantined couple that can be completely customized to look like you and your partner! (And yes, they can customize it to be same-sex couples, too!) Unsave the date cards from Etsy seller Peach Wolfe Paper Co Printable quarantine wedding postponement cards available for instant download from Etsy seller The Wild Petrova Things are tough all over, so even if you can't afford them… at the very least, you can borrow these wording ideas for your own COVID-19 wedding postponement announcements. Most of all, just big love to all you navigating the shitshow of wedding planning during a global pandemic. Need more COVID-19 wedding invitation wording ideas? We've got copy 'n' paste wording suggestions for your wedding website, emails to family, and more… Related Post Informal wedding invitation wording flexible enough for 2021's chaotic vibes I’m working on the wedding invitations for my 2022 wedding, and all informal wedding invitation wording examples I’m finding online feel like they’re from the before-times. I don’t need to… Read More Related Post COVID-19 vaccine wedding invitation wording – TONS of examples! Setting boundaries with loved ones isn’t the easiest for many of us, so here are some wedding invitation wording examples for multiple COVID-19 vaccine requirement scenarios... plus cute invitation designs! Read More PREVIOUS This New South Wales wedding was a whimsical DIYed floral celebration NEXT A Blessing On Your House: Decoding weird wedding language with a queer Christian minister Show/Hide comments [ 3 ] Such a great, lighthearted way to announce a postponement in these uncertain times!! Reply Are there any cards to univite people after they've received a "Save the Date" before Covid happened? Our wedding was going to be 190 people (indoors) and now we can only have 100 people (outdoors)? Can't find any cards to help me with this!!! Reply OK, so hear me out…we (thankfully) will still be able to hold our daughter's wedding later this year, BUT, out of an abundance of caution, we've decided to cancel her bridal shower. Numbers are continuing to drastically drop in our area but we don't think people are ready to chance it just yet. She was so looking forward to it. She's had to make lots of concessions and I really want to give her this. We would only be inviting about 20 people for a sort of dark romance, boozy, tea party. I want to do it after the wedding. She's worried that it'd be weird or that people would think she just wants more gifts. But really, this year has been so crazy, who cares is what I say! Thoughts? Invitation wording ideas? Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! 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