Are you in need of change the date cards wedding / bridal shower? We found a bunch that will make it a little bit easier to change or postpone your date. Subscribe here for the latest to your inbox!
Is your wedding canceled, postponed, changed, etc. due to the recent Coronavirus / COVID-19 outbreak? We are sorry to hear that… and we’ll try to make the process easier with change the date cards for weddings and bridal showers.
A change the date card is similar to a save the date: it tells guests when the wedding will be held. Change the date cards or wedding postponement cards can be simple; they can be printed and mailed or send online via email. Either way, your change the date will give guests an update in an official way.
Change the date cards are popular right now amid the Coronavirus outbreak, due to travel bans, limits on sizes of groups allowed, and businesses temporarily shutting down globally, many couples are left wondering… well, what now?! What the heck am I supposed to do? By sending a change the date card with your new wedding date, guests can take steps to change their plans and update accordingly for your new wedding date.
After months (some years, even!) of planning your wedding, it can be utter disappointment to basically feel like you’re canceling your wedding. Changing the date is a big deal, and means a lot of things to people: a completely different location, venue, season, month, year, etc.
But when that wedding day does come in the future, it’s going to kick everyone’s you-know-what. (I love when Jim says it to Pam, about his upcoming proposal, “Oh, it’s coming Beasley, and when it does it’s going to kick your ass.“) :) I just love them.
In addition to sending these change of date wedding cards, you can also:
– update your wedding website
For guests who are tech-savvy, a website is the quickest way to update them on the ongoing updates with your new wedding date.
If you don’t have a wedding website, now is a good time to get one (you can get one for free here).
– create a Facebook group
Many couples are making groups on Facebook to keep guests “in the loop”. This is up to you and is another way to reach out to guests about updates to your wedding.
So, here are some ways you can let your guests know that the date is changing, things are uncertain at the moment, and there’s a new date in town — and you’ve so got this.
Let’s get to it.
Chnage The Date Wedding Cards
1. The party must go on
It MUST! And it will. Cards by Basic Invite.
2. Well, this is unexpected change the date card
This wedding postponement card might be my favorite! It’s totally honest and I love the design. By EnjoyMyPrintables.
Along with this cute one:
3. Change of plans wedding card in navy and gold
Available from BasicInvite.
4. We still do, we still will…
… now it’s just Netflix and Chill. :) Fun card that makes telling guests your wedding is postponed just a little bit easier. By HipHipHoorayStudio.
5. Starry save a new date card
This starry night wedding card changes the date in a sweet, starry-night design. By BasicInvite.
6. Postponement wedding announcement [DIGITAL]
Simply edit + send this wedding postponement announcement to guests. Affordably priced and easy to edit. By ElmwoodPaperie.
7. One Love, One New Day card
8. Let’s try this again change of plans card for wedding
Plot twist, am I right? Let guests know with this card by RubiandLib.
9. Whoops save the new date card
Simple and sweet. By PeachyPrints.
10. New plan change the date cards
11. Watercolor greenery change the date wedding card
This is a pretty design for summer weddings. By PaperMuserie.
12. A new wedding date card
By Basic Invite.
13. Postponed change the date cards
By Paper Muserie.
14. We hope you will save a new date
15. Floral change the date wedding cards
This vintage botanical design is a gorgeous style. Spotted here.
We’re sorry you have to cancel or change your date, but with these wedding cards, we know it will make the process a little bit easier.
Have comments on postponing or canceling your wedding? What about changing the date? If you have any questions, leave them in the comment box below. We’re here for you.
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