Unfortunately, the Coronavirus has taken its toll on the world! Not only are stores being sold out of toilet paper, milk, bread, hand sanitizer, and general cleaning products (due to people thinking that hoarding these items is going to stop the spreading of the virus…), schools are also being closed, along with restaurants and bars, and general events are being cancelled. Shits definitely going down the drain, to say the least!
However, one aspect that people often don’t even think about, is the fact the so many weddings are also being cancelled or postponed due to this unfortunate shitstorm that we all seem to be in.
So, if you have had to cancel or postpone your own wedding, you may be wondering what new date you should settle on for the future! That’s why, here at Central Coast Bride, as a resource for discovering Central Coast wedding vendors, we have gathered some insight that you will want to keep in mind when it comes to selecting a new date for your own big day. If you are all set to learn more, be sure to continue reading:
We are going to assume that your wedding was most likely going to take place on a Saturday, as that is the most popular day of the week to seal the deal. However, in the future, you will want to consider a Friday or Sunday wedding, as you will be able to discover more available options when it comes to vendors and services, as these are going to now be “off” days for them.
Seeing as most couples are going to be fighting for Saturdays to be their new wedding day, you can guarantee that the inventory presented by vendors will be sparse. So, by hosting your big on a Friday or Sunday, you will be able to discover more inventory from vendors, as they are going to be more readily available to present their services to you on what is considered to be their “off” days.
Again, as mentioned above, most couples are going to be booking Saturdays for their wedding in the upcoming months, therefore turning Fridays and Sundays into “off” days for vendors. Did we mention that Fridays and Sundays are now going to be considered “off” days ha?! So, you can take advantage of less expensive prices and deals that vendors will present on these days. Therefore, you will certainly want to keep your eyes peeled for some awesome promotions in the upcoming months!
Overall, if you have had to cancel your wedding, know that either a Friday or Sunday would be the best day to re-book it on! These are just a few of the many reasons as to why.
Are you ready to continue on with planning your own nuptials by booking some awesome wedding vendors in California, such as the wonderful wedding venue in Templeton, California, The Groves on 41? If so, be sure to contact us here at Central Coast Bride, so that we can pair you with yours!
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