We know many of you are faced with difficult decisions impacting your wedding with the spread of COVID-19 globally. Here at WeddingWire, we are focused on how to best help our couples, employees, and partners as the pandemic continues to evolve. No matter what phase of planning you're in, we're here to help. Below, we've put together a slew of resources, expert advice, and more to help you navigate this time. As new information from the CDC and WHO becomes available, we will continue to update these resources with the latest recommendations.
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Here you'll find all of our advice and ideas for navigating wedding planning amid COVID-19.
Wedding planning resources
Feeling overwhelmed? Not sure where to begin? We get it, and we got you. Whether your wedding was originally scheduled for spring and you've since had to reschedule, or your date is a few months from now but you're just not sure what to do, we've tapped planners, vendors, and other experts to help couples move forward.
The future of weddings: What will they look like after COVID restrictions are lifted?
FAQs surrounding planning and COVID-19: What many couples are asking, plus the expert-sourced answers to those questions.
How to postpone: You've decided to reschedule the big day, now what?
- Find out how to postpone your wedding »
- See wedding postponement wording templates »
- Tips for communicating with your guests amid COVID-19 »
- How to cope emotionally if COVID impacted your wedding »
Ways to adjust your planning: You don't have to hit pause, here's what to focus on during this time:
- You can "pivot" your planning amid COVID-19, here's how »
- How vendors are taking in-person tasks online »
- Charitable wedding ideas amid the coronavirus pandemic »
- How to keep your family involved from a distance »
- Wedding events you can throw virtually »
- How to balance WFH and wedding planning »
Virtual wedding tips: Say "I do" now, celebrate later.
- The virtual wedding details that make all the difference »
- Backyard wedding ideas to get your inspired »
Wedding insurance 101: What coverage means in the time of COVID-19
Marriage licenses: Several states are helping couples get legally wed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Wedding color and decor advice: Yes, you can make your June palette work for a November wedding.
- 5 ways to make your color palette work for any season »
- Timeless wedding colors that are always in style »
Wedding dress shopping: Can’t go to a bridal salon right now? Let the salon come to you.
Registry etiquette: If your wedding plans have changed, what does that mean for your registry?
Rescheduling: You've decided to reschedule, here's what to tackle next.
- Save the "new" date! Etiquette tips for communicating your changed date »
- Why you should consider a weekday wedding »
- Planning a Monday wedding? How to make it a success »
- Need to downsize? Here's how to cut your guest list »
- Exactly what to do with wedding items that have your original date on them »
Destination wedding advice: Travel guidelines and restrictions are an added burden for those planning a far-flung celebration.
Keeping things positive: Our favorite resources and tips if you need a little levity right now.
- How to avoid wedding planning guilt »
- The best movies to watch for a wedding planning sesh »
- The show every engaged couple should be binging now »
- Songs to boost your mood »
You said yes! Here's how to get started on wedding planning amid the coronavirus pandemic
- Just engaged? Ways to announce it online »
- Use quarantine to your wedding-planning advantage »
- How to hire your wedding vendors while social distancing »
- Throw a virtual engagement party »
- Wedding planning bonding activities you can do virtually »
Wedding guest help
Your calendar just got upended thanks to COVID-19. With wedding postponements and rescheduled ceremonies, what's a wedding guest to do?
Invited to a wedding amid coronavirus: A step-by-step guide on how to adjust your plans.
Showing your friends some love: Your BFF just had to postpone her wedding for reasons totally out of her control, and she's devastated.
More ideas and advice
Whichever aspects of your life have been impacted by COVID-19, we have some additional resources and guidance to help you power through.
Keep your vendors in mind: Your planner, your DJ, your florist—they're all small businesses, too.
Remember to celebrate: Your wedding might be postponed, life might feel influx, but don't forget to celebrate the love in your life.
- Ideas for celebrating your original wedding date »
- How to mark your anniversary and other milestones right now »
- Browse staycation ideas for your honeymoon at home »
Give yourself a glow up: Bookmark these for your next self-care, stay-at-home Saturday.
- At-home manicure ideas to show off your engagement ring »
- The best face masks to add to your wedding skincare routine »
- Virtual beauty treatments you can schedule right now »
Real life inspiration: One bride tells her story of how she used the COVID-19 pandemic to get a wedding do-over.
Spread love from afar: Just because we can't be together right now, doesn't mean we can't show a little llove.
- The 17 Best Gift Subscription Boxes for Everyone in Your Life »
- Ways to Celebrate Mother's Day From Afar »
- 23 Personalized Mother’s Day Gifts That’ll Make Her Day »
Boost your relationship: What better time to work on your togetherness than when you're, well, stuck together?
- How social distancing can help your relationship »
- Ways to prioritize your relationship from home »
- The fights you and your partner might be having right now »
- Unexpected benefits of virtual dating »
- Romantic planning activities you can do from home »