Paul Dickinson, the managing director of stationery company, Norma & Dorothy, reveals his top tips for re-scheduling your wedding if you've been affected by COVID-19.
He tells us: "One key trend we've noticed so far - and would recommend to those wanting to order their stationery amid such uncertain times, is removing the 'date' detail on the day stationery and/or styling products like guest books. Granted, this does make the items a bit less personalised, but this small detail means that they can be used on your big day regardless of when it is - so even if you do have to reschedule!
"Another idea would be to have things printed without guest names on (so things like place cards or table plans etc) so you can add these details at a later date by writing them on for a personal touch - or maybe something more creative.
"As COVID-19 is impacting weddings over the next few months, customers are having to make difficult decisions about their weddings and safety of their guests. to help we're offering all existing wedding customers a free digital version of their save the date or wedding invitation if they want to communicate a change of date, location or postponement to your guests via email.
"We can create change the date cards for any customers who want to send a formal card through the post to their guests. These are single cards which can match your previous stationery design if needed; providing details of your new wedding date for your guests.
"We're offering customers the ability to get reprints of their stationery at a 30 per cent discount, if the details of your event have been changed due to coronavirus. We're also creating on the day stationery (such as place cards, table plans etc) without dates on, which means you can use this stationery on any date, should your wedding be postponed."
To find out more about Norma & Dorothy, visit www.normadorothy.com
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