Organize A Drive-By
It can be hard to deal with the fact that you won’t see your friends and family on what was supposed to be the best day of your life, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t see them at all. One of the best ways to celebrate your postponed wedding day is to organize a drive-by, where all of your loved ones drive-by your house at a specific time to give you a wave and a honk of the horn.
Indulge In Your Wedding Cake
It can be easy to cancel everything when you realize that your big day will no longer be going ahead when you planned, but why not keep something in the mix? Instead of canceling your wedding cake, have it delivered to your home so you can indulge in the different layers and the beautiful decoration, and eat your feelings at the same time.
Plan Your Honeymoon
Just because you have also had to postpone your honeymoon doesn’t mean that you also have to postpone the next planning process. While there are travel restrictions across the globe at the moment, there are also some seriously cheap deals. So, why not plan your honeymoon for next year and feel the excitement burning up once again?
If you’ve had to postpone your wedding due to the ongoing pandemic, then you’re probably pretty upset. That doesn’t mean that you have to mope around, though. Celebrate your wedding day in style, even if you can’t get hitched.