Dear beloved clients,

As lovers of love + of course the celebration of that love, we promise to continue to support you, to be your cheerleader, to plan the magic that is already in the works + to do whatever we can to keep you, your guests, your vendors, + our team safe + healthy!

In these uncertain times where so much is out of our control, we remind you to have faith, to be well, to trust the experts + know everyone is doing their best. In true SSD fashion, we are looking for the silver lining.

Use this opportunity to spend time with your loved ones, to cook meals as a family, to read a book, to play games, to spring clean, to take a walk, to call a friend, to do all those things you may not have had time for + now you do.

Find joy.

Spread joy.

Be safe + be careful.

When the time is right, we will all go back to our new normal.

As always, our team of planners will be waiting with open arms, the huggers that we are, to get your planning party started!


the ladies of Signed Sealed Delivered Events

PS here is some advice we want to share with all couples affected by COVID 19.

  1. If you haven’t already, collect your guests email addresses so you can communicate in the quickest + easiest way possible.
  2. Update your wedding website with verbiage letting your guests know what is going on. Here is an example:

    “thank you so much for RSVPing.  We will continue to monitor the situation surrounding the corona virus and its potential effects on everyone’s travel plans.  Please let us know if/when your travel plans are affected by the virus. The health and safety of our loved ones is of primary importance, so we ask that you exercise an abundance of caution in determining whether it is safe for you to travel.”
  3. Reach out to your vendors regarding their cancellation + postponement clauses.
  4. Consider a Plan B so you are prepared IF you have to make adjustments in a short amount of time. That way you will have a game plan in place + know your options.
  5. If you don’t already have it, check out event insurance. Here is a great resource:

And on a personal note:

  1. Stay home!
  2. Go out as little as possible + when you do, wear a mask + gloves. When you come home, clean up as much as possible before touching anything.
  3. Follow the recommendations of your local government, CDC + healthcare professionals.
  4. Check on your friends + family.
  5. Check on your elderly neighbors.
  6. Be sure to thank your essential workers anytime you get the chance. So many of our couples + their families fall into this category. It is important that they know you are thinking of them, every ounce of love + sunshine you can spare, share it.