With so many couples continuing to navigate Zoom gatherings, postponements, cancellations, micro- or tiny-weddings and everything else creating etiquette questions and quandaries, here’s a roundup of Wediquette Wednesdays on the subject.
Click through the list for tips and advice for couples, attendants and guests on the issues people are facing right now or might have crop up during the planning process.
- What if we have to cancel our wedding due to the coronavirus?
- How do we tell our guests that we’re postponing our wedding?
- Is it acceptable to do a virtual bachelorette party?
- How do I handle emotions about canceling my wedding, when there are so many terrible things going on right now?
- Can we do virtual and remote wedding cake testing?
- What do we do about gifts for a wedding postponed due to COVID?
- Is it appropriate to throw our friend a virtual bridal shower?
- Should we send out our save the dates to our original guest list or should we wait?
- Do we have to meet with wedding vendors in person if we are uncomfortable with the loosened COVID-19 restrictions?
- We decided to do a ‘tiny wedding’ rather than cancel, how do we tell those who already got save-the-dates?
- For a delayed reception, do I send the gift now or wait until November?
- Is it appropriate for us to celebrate our original wedding date?
Do you have a solution to share or a wedding etiquette question? Respond in the comments or email Melanie@MyNewOrleans.com.