COVID FAQ

Do I have to postpone my wedding?

We are following closely the CDC, and our local government recommendations. Currently, as of March 18th, 2020, events of 25 or more are banned and enforceable by law. 

https://www.alabamanews.net/2020/03/15/cdc-events-with-50-people-or-more-should-be-canceled-for-eight-weeks/

https://www.wvtm13.com/article/coronavirus-latest-news-updates-and-impacts-in-central-alabama/31446979#

If your wedding follows in the current ban policies, then postponing can be a reality. 

What is your postponement/cancellation policy?

Please refer to your contract for that information. We are working with clients to ensure we are able to continue working with them, help them navigate these waters, and maintain our integrity as a business. 

What can I do? 

If you are considering postponing your wedding, reach out to your planner immediately. If you do not have a planner, please refer to this blog we put together on steps to take: https://magnoliavineevents.com/for-couples-navigating-covid-19-wedding-postponement/

We also put together a blog on what you can be working on if you are planning a wedding later in 2020, or 2021 while you are finding yourself on social distancing and self-quarantine.

https://magnoliavineevents.com/how-do-i-keep-planning-my-wedding-during-coronavirus/ 

Will the payments and retainers I have paid transfer to a new date?

Overwhelmingly, we are finding the answer to this is yes! Vendors are being incredibly generous in doing everything they can to accommodate the current situation. It would be best to reference your contracts with those vendors and see what their individual postponement & cancellation policies are.