1). Start by setting the expectation that you might have to change things up a few times! I have learned from at great deal of brides recently that nothing is set in stone: the date, the venue, the amount of people there. But try to focus on the constant during this time, which is the one you are marrying!
It's the day each woman has dreamt about since she was a little girl. The day her fiancé and her have prayed for, planned for & put all their efforts toward for the past months. The day that was a week or a month away and the countdown was almost over! It was her wedding day and due to the Coronavirus outbreak it has been postponed or altered into something that looks different than planned.
Oh wedding dress shopping... how you confuses us, make us question everything about ourselves, & ultimately leading us into a battle of having to pick one dress out of hundreds! But what if it didn't have to be this way. What if we changed the outlook of shopping for a wedding dress to be more about celebrating who we are as women & the love we share with the one we are marrying.