We wanted to put together a complete comprehensive guide for all of our couples dealing with wedding rescheduling right now, as well as something for couples just starting the planning phase of their exciting journey. We searched the internet with a fine-tooth comb and found there was nothing we could put together that would contain as much information as this guide we found by the professionals at The Knot, so we are sharing their guide below. Call today to see how we can help! 760.533.6130
The Knot's COVID-19 Wedding Help
- The Knot's Coronavirus and Wedding Planning FAQs
- For Couples Planning Their Weddings
- For The Wedding Guests
- For You and Your Relationship
- Additional Stories, Resources & More
Remember that you are not alone right now. Tens of thousands of weddings happen in the US every weekend, and if you are facing the decision to cancel or postpone your wedding, we know it is extremely emotional and are here for you every step of the way. In addition to the resources below, The Knot has opened up a dedicated hotline to answer any and all wedding planning questions that you may have. We can be reached at (833) 998-2865 or email@example.com.
The Knot's Coronavirus and Wedding Planning FAQs
Got a question about how to navigate? Check out our expert-sourced answers to all your queries here, which we're updating regularly.
For Couples Planning Their Weddings
A guide on the steps to take when postponing your wedding due to COVID-19.
For couples with wedding dates in 2020, we did the math for you. Here's exactly what to know and do if you'd planned to get married in April, May, June and beyond.
You've got questions about your wedding gown and shopping amid COVID-19, and thanks to bridal boutiques, we've got all the answers just for you.
TLDR — bridal salons have got your back. From virtual appointments to at-home try-ons to hosting town halls for customers, boutiques are making dress shopping possible and personalized in the time of coronavirus.
Asking for wedding gifts might feel a bit strange right now, but trust us — you're not alone. We're answering all those tricky registry-related FAQs.
We tapped top planners and vendors to find out exactly what they’re currently advising couples to do in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
How to tackle dress shopping, vendor relationships, and more. The good news? You can actually get a lot done.
Like a more flexible sibling of the save-the-date.
You've made the tough decision to postpone, but to when exactly? Here's a handy cheat sheet of holidays and other dates to be mindful of in the coming years.
Know that what you and your partner are feeling is valid, and your feelings shouldn't be discounted. It's best to face those feelings head on, so here's how to do that.
For The Wedding Guests
Couples themselves are having to scramble and make new plans amid the pandemic, so what's a wedding guest to do? Here, a handy etiquette guide for those guests who have a wedding on their calendar in the coming months.
Where do wedding gifts fall in all of this? We know there are a ton of questions surrounding gift and registry etiquette — here, we dig into the answers.
While hugs and coffee dates might be off limits due to social distancing, being there for a friend isn't. Here's how to show some kindness to those people in your life who are dealing with the stress of postponing their big day.
If social distancing has thrown a wrench in your pre-wedding event plans, here's how to still make the to-be-wed in your life feel celebrated.
For You and Your Relationship
If you're looking for permission to do a little #treatyoself splurge, this is it.
From discounts, clever services, and even freebies, these are the.companies who are really nailing it when it comes to providing relief and spreading a little joy.
The Shelter-in-Place and Stay-at-Home guidance are putting many couples in closer proximity than normal, which could have an impact on your relationship.
From Will and Kate to J.Lo and A-Rod, here's how our favorite celebrity duos are keeping the romance alive amid social distancing. Keep these in mind to help inspire your own date night at
Additional Stories, Resources & More
First things first: Postpone, don't cancel.
The couple was originally set to wed on March 27 with 200 of their nearest and dearest around them — but because of COVID-19, their actually celebration looked very different.
The overarching sentiment we've heard from couples is one of gratitude—for flexible vendors, for supportive family and friends, and for their health and each other.
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have never felt more relatable.
Love is not canceled! Couples around the country are finding creative ways to get married in spite of the pandemic, proving that love will truly always find a way.