10 Swanky Change The Date Cards To Send If Your Wedding Is Postponed

The only thing we know for sure is that nothing is sure in life. With a pandemic going on, there are a lot of last-minute changes that you need to do. And if you are postponing your wedding, the first thing to do is let your guests know. And the sooner you do it, the better. We’re sorry if your 2020 wedding plans have been thrown into chaos – we know that can’t have been easy. During these unsettling times, we could all use a little pick-me-up. Many of these cards can be printed at home or can be sent in a digital version. If you’ve had to postpone your wedding due to COVID-19, here are some creative ‘change the date’ cards to send your guests.

During this time, it is important to help each other out as a community. We are utterly joyous to see different sectors of the wedding community coming up to help each other out in whichever ways possible The stationery industry is no exception. Many of these stationery designers are giving a free personalized template with your name if you have to postpone your wedding. Head on to their website to grab yours! We need to come together and support the small businesses in this tough time. #inittogether

 

We Do

 

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A lovely sentiment to invite the guests to your changed date wedding. We love the positive, upbeat vibe of this card that shows your sentiments towards your friends and family.

 

We Still Do

 

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It’s going to be ‘Netflix & Chill’ for a while, but not for long. Send that message loud and clear that you guys will be back with a bang. #staypositive

Well Shit!

 

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Who says a regret letter has to be mellow. Add a pinch of humor by having this fun-filled card and let your guests know that you just have a change of plans and not a change of heart. It’s just a bump in the road, not the end of the love.

 

Unsave

 

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This sweet card speaks volumes. With a simple script and delicate drawing, it’s a perfect way to both send the news while keeping the spirit of your wedding alive.

 

Love Finds A Way

 

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Yes, love conquers all. Even Coronavirus. No matter if there’s a pandemic going on, true love finds its way. Show this to the world by means of this invite.

 

Social Distancing

 

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“You may now kiss the bride.” Well, you can’t when you have to maintain 6 feet of social distancing. This card speaks for itself. It answers all the why, what, when of your changed plans.

 

Stay Home, Stay Safe

 

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This pastel-colored invite has a beautiful message for the safety of your guests. Although it’s minimalist, the clever font use means it will still stand out. You can either choose printed cards or a digital version to email.

 

When Life Gives You Lemon..

 

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…..You make a lemonade! Do the same with your wedding invite!

 

Love Awaits

 

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A deep message and a classical card to send to your guests. This card manages to be both classic and pretty, thanks to the combination of the monochrome colorway and the enchanting font.

 

A Photogenic Invite

 

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Old way, but a gold way! Let your guests be reminded about your alluring romance by giving them a photogenic memory of you two, in the invite.

 

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