Delayed Ceremony, But Not Denied Love
Written By Felecia Causey Photography By: Felecia Causey Model: Jasmine Brown I know many brides had to postpone their special day due to quarantine. There are words, that the people around them try to convey the right ones to say, as the ladies deal with the heartbroken news that one of the most important days of their life, has to be cancelled or postponed.
Most of them have been planning their wedding for months, and some even years, but due to COVID 19 and social distancing it would be near impossible to have the day they always dreamed.
I am sure, the next few months will be challenging, with trying to reschedule with their vendors and making sure all of their out of town friends and family will be able to attend. Although times are unpredictable, what a couple should know is that their love for each other, during these trying times doesn’t stop.
If you know a bride that had to reschedule or postpone her big day, it may feel unreal and she’s probably sad. After having everything paid for, and ready to allow people to witness her love for her groom.. However, the responsible thing to do was put the health of her loved ones and herself first.
I’m sure as her wedding date has passed or is quickly approaching, I’m sure it has been heart-wrenching. I’m sure the future brides are exhausted both emotionally and physically. My heart goes out to her. I am sure they have invested, so much energy, into trying to make it to the altar. I’m sure in making this choice, she had compassion for both the elders of her family and her loved ones out of town.
Brides it’s okay to feel sad, confused, angry, and disappointed, you have invested so much hard work and sweat while trying to prepare your dream wedding. The emotions are valid. During this time, use it to see what you left or add. No matter what date your wedding will have to fall on, due to the COVID-19, but your day will be everything you ever dreamed of. I’m sure your loved ones around, don’t know the right words to say. Remember this isn’t the end of your romantic story, it’s the beginning of a new chapter in your book.