What to Do If You Have to Cancel Your Destination Wedding

by Bappaditta Jana share market adviser

No couple likes to cancel or postpone their wedding, yet it may be unavoidable due to circumstances beyond their control. It can seem almost impossible that the big day should not go as planned or, worse, not happen at all, after so much effort and excitement has gone into planning the schedule of events for a wedding. Both the best wedding planner in Kolkata and travel consultants are professionals in their areas who have likely dealt with emergencies like this before and have the knowledge, as well as other teams, to assist couples in navigating this unexpected and frightening situation.

Monitor travel restrictions and protocols

Because the COVID environment is always changing, it is critical to be informed about reputable organisations and their rules. India's event planners recommend keeping an eye on your honeymoon destination to check if it is in an affected area.

See if you can renegotiate your contracts

Many vendors are sympathetic and understand that we are all in this together, so they will put deposits towards future dates for you. Most hotels have also been quite accommodating. Unfortunately, COVID may not be covered by wedding insurance, but negotiating with your vendors to see what they can do for you in this case may go further than you imagine.

Make the call on time

You will have to make a decision sometime before your wedding—either continuing with the wedding or honeymoon as planned, or making a modification in plans. Keep up to date on new policies and events that may affect their travel. It is best not to wait until the last minute to do this, as you will want to give your visitors plenty of time to acclimatize.

Be open to changing the dates to a later date

It may be necessary to contact your venue and vendors regarding changing the date of your destination wedding, depending on where and when it will take place. Consider delaying the wedding date if it is possible to do so. Keep in mind that this will have an impact on more than just you, including your wedding guests.

Communicate with your guests

Your guests are wondering the same way as you are about how to handle your forthcoming wedding plans. The couples make no assumptions about what their wedding vendors and guests will do. Overcommunicate to ensure that everyone is aware, since this will help to avoid any misunderstandings. Consider sending out text messages or emails to as many guests as possible, as well as posting fresh information on your wedding website, so that they know where to go for updates.

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