Your Event is Postponed: Now What?
The Coronavirus outbreak has shifted life as we know it. For those of you who have had events postponed, you understand that it feels like we are in limbo. When can we reschedule? How many people can we have? Will all my guests be able to make it? And most importantly, is it safe? There are so many questions that can’t be firmly answered right now. But as more guidelines come out, we will have definitive information on how to move forward. So, what do we do right now?
1. It’s okay to take a planning pause. Your original date didn’t work out, and you’re probably disappointed about that. Take a moment to be bummed out. No one wants to have their event postponed. When you resume planning, it will feel more like you are beginning the process with a new event instead of picking up the pieces of your ‘would-have-been’ party.
We’re in a socially distant time and connecting with people feels even more important now than ever. Check in with your friends and family, stay informed, and be as positive as you can. It’s only a matter of time before we’re all on the dancefloor together again.
Director of Catering and Event Sales
302.571.9041 x 4