Weddings in 2020 look very different from how they used to. Today, masks are the must-have accessory, backyards are the hottest reception venue, and cocktails are served from trays (so long, open bar).
“Venues that were able to withstand being shut down have adapted both administratively and physically. Many have new policies allowing greater flexibility should an event need to be canceled or postponed due to COVID-19,” says Jason Mitchell Kahn, a New York City-based wedding planner.
First things first: Determine exactly why you need to rethink your honeymoon plans. Is it because of a family emergency or illness? Or is it because of a “force majeure,” like a hurricane or snowstorm? This distinction is important because it will determine what’s covered by cancelation policies or your travel insurance.
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