Updated 13th May 2020
Hello from Italy!
I just wanted to address some concerns you may have about hosting your wedding in Italy, as we face this unprecedented situation.
Some couples are wondering if they should cancel or postpone their wedding due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Right now we are working closely with our couples who were due to get married in the summer of 2020, we have managed to postpone all of our weddings, up until October, to next year.
For our couples who have planned their nuptials from October onwards, we are watching closely the situation and we hope we will not need to hit the pause button and we will have a wonderful winter wedding season, but we want to put your minds at rest too, as I am sure you must be thinking what happens if you do need to postpone and how does this work?
To date all of our venues and suppliers have happily deferred all payments and bookings to new dates, meaning you can still have everything exactly as planned and showing that even during a crisis like this, people are still putting kindness and love first.
We understand this is a difficult time for everyone who hoped to get married in the summer of 2020, people are being affected in so many different ways. A wedding is undoubtedly one of the most important and memorable days of a person’s life, so whilst you may have had to reschedule your wedding in Italy, we are here to make sure that pushing back your wedding to 2021, is as smooth and stress free as possible.
When dealing with something that is out of your control, it is important to stay calm and focused, this is why you have a wedding planner! I am working with our amazing suppliers and venues to bring everything together for you.
This is a great time to focus on your wedding plans, especially if you are in isolation. We will need great weddings after all of this to bring our families and friends back together!
For those of you, who have recently got engaged, we would be delighted to set up a call with you to have a chat about hosting your wedding here in Italy!