63% of Engaged Couples Have Had to Postpone Their Wedding
If you were planning on having your wedding this spring, I'm sorry COVID-19 had to come in and affect your day. Some people got married with the bare minimum witnesses, and are planning on a big party once this all blows over. Some did more, some completely postponed.
According to a new survey, 63% of engaged couples said they postponed their wedding all together because of the pandemic. 8% said they've cancelled the ceremony and reception, but are still going to get married at the courthouse.
Couples who've had to postpone have lost an average of $3,300 on non-refundable deposits, fees, and other costs.
The most popular reschedule dates are next March, followed by this summer or winter.
1 in 3 have said they already have a new date secured.
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