As the Coronavirus (Covid-19) affects how people approach small or big gatherings around the world, we are committed to do everything we can in this unprecedented time. With most weddings moved to 2021, keeping your guests up-to-date with your wedding plans is vital. Here is how you could go about wording your Change the Date card.
1. In case of postponing
Our New Date
Don’t dust off your dancing shoes yet! We wanted to update you on our wedding date since in the light of the current outbreak, we will be postponing it until [new date] and look forward tossing you then.
Sana and Abhishek have changed their wedding date to [new date] at [time]
If you are unable to attend for any reason, we completely understand, please let us know either way. thank you for your understanding.
Making lemonade out of lemons
Please save the date for our We Do Redo.
Sana and Abhishek | Date | City
formal invitation to follow… again
2. In case of canceling
Plans change, Hearts Don’t
We have made the tough decision to cancel [event date]. While we wish we could celebrate together, your safety is our highest priority.
3. If you’re moving forward as planned
Let’s do this
We wanted to touch base with you about [our event date] in light of the current coronavirus outbreak. At this time, we are going to move forward and look forward to seeing you. If you feel uncomfortable attending for any reason, we completely understand—please keep us updated on your decision.