Calling off the wedding? Not all relationships end happily ever after, and that is OK. Why follow through with something if you know in your heart it’s not meant to be?
It’s an agonising decision when you’re thinking about calling off the wedding. Do you go through with it, to “save face” and money knowing that it’s probably not going to work out? The truth is, only you can make that decision. But going through with something just because your pride wont let you pull the pin is a mistake. In fact, there have been handfuls of couples that I have seen walk down the aisle, when in my heart I knew it would be an uphill battle for them. No relationship is perfect, and even though it may seem that the noise of the gossip is deafening, you may be surprised to find support in the places you least expect, and your true friendships to pick you up when you need it most.
Having considered all of that, even once you have contemplated to go forward with calling off the wedding, going through the process of getting in touch with all your vendors to let them know can compound an already crappy situation. It really is the last thing that you want to be doing. Even though we spend most of the time planning weddings, we do actually un-plan them as well. In a time where you can’t probably think straight, we can. We will get in touch with vendors on your behalf and try to recoup any money where possible or make alternative arrangements where we can. We can even try to postpone arrangements depending on your circumstance if you potentially wanted to hold on to things for a later date.
Whatever the case may be, you needn’t have to struggle through the added emotional burden of deconstructing your wedding day plans. You after all may not just need the emotional support of your friends and family, but someone who can be there acting on your behalf to try and recoup wherever possible all that you’ve invested into the day. Drop us a line if you need help, discretion is our business and we can talk you through the options available.