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Frequent user November 2021 Ontario

Finally took the plunge

Carling, on July 25, 2020 at 16:16 Posted in Plan a wedding 0 10
We are finally taking the plunge and changing our wedding day from November 7th, 2020 to November 6th, 2021. Thought I would be excited but I’m mostly just nervous about whether it will even happen next year. Are you guys also nervous about your 2021 dates?


Latest activity by Vinod, on July 29, 2020 at 20:02
  • Vinod
    Featured August 2017 Ontario
    Vinod ·
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    The date change is smart knowing your secure to have the celebration of the full guest list happening. You can still get married this year in a small group of close friends and family getting photos taken. Anniversary party is a consideration to have next year as it will still be special.

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  • Kate-Lynn
    Frequent user October 2022 Ontario
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    I’m nervous for next year. We are doing the ceremony this year because we want to get married on our day this year regardless. If the reception can’t happen next year I give up and won’t have it.
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  • Katelyn
    Curious February 2022 Alberta
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    Mine is January 9 2021 and we are currently trying decide if we should make the call to postpone until January 2022.

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  • Veronica
    Super October 2021 Alberta
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    A little nervous yet - only just because I never imagined it would last into our 2020 Fall Wedding as it is so honestly who knows. However, I am not at all ready to just cancel and call it quits yet with 15 months to go still. There is enough motivation in the world where we all want to get back to our socializing, that I think something will give by then.

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  • Jennifer
    Newbie May 2021 Quebec
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    We just decided to move our wedding date from Oct 27 to May 15. We are relieved but also nervous about whether this will be over by then. I worry for the safety of my family and friends! Wishing you the best for your November wedding!
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  • Jarrod
    Curious March 2022 Ontario
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    With how low cases have been country wide as of late, and the beginning stages of vaccine testing having started, I'm getting less worried. Though, having seen how carefree people are as they tour around Niagara Falls.. I'm cautiously optimistic.
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  • Melanie
    Curious May 2022 Alberta
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    I am so nervous! I'm May 15, 2021. Even if we have masks it would be very difficult for me because I'm hearing impaired. We would likely just cancel or postpone.

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  • Amelia
    Master October 2020 New Brunswick
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    A little. We've kept our ceremony this year and moved the reception to October 2021.

    My fiance's parents aren't able to come this year, so if travel restrictions, social distancing, and border closures still exist next year we will probably just cancel the party.
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  • Amanda
    Featured August 2022 British Columbia
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    Sorry to hear that you've had to change your date. My fiance and I changed our August 8 date to August 7 2021 back in May and I totally understand how you're feeling. But I think but next summer will be a lot different but in a good way and weddings will be almost back to "normal"

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  • A-W
    Frequent user May 2021 Ontario
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    Sorry to hear about you having to change your date! I felt relieved at first but as things have been continuing I'm getting more nervous about it. We changed it from June 27th 2020 to May 29th 2021. I'm worried that there will still be restrictions on what is allowed (like maybe we can't have a buffet or maybe we won't be able to have dancing ect) even if the ceremony can still happen. Trying to be optimistic. If there are a lot if restrictions still or if it ends up being a lot more money because of changes that need to be made (I was told the cost of dinner may differ if we have to have plated dinners because of restrictions or if food prices are higher, which makes sense) then we are planning to just elope. The whole pandemic wedding thing is annoying and the uncertainty is stressful.
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