Start with the venue
The top item on the to-do list is to contact the venue and see what days are available for the new wedding date, during the period that you have in mind. Once you have an idea of the availability, then you can contact the rest of your vendors and suppliers.
“The first thing you need to do is discuss alternative dates with your venue. Once you have options of dates that work with your venue, send a group email to all your suppliers to see which date they can do. From there you can commence planning your postponed wedding, says Mark Niemierko, founder of Niemierko Events & Weddings in London.
Also make sure you are constantly checking in with your contact point at the venue.
“Stay in regular communication with the venue and keep a good relationship with your contact point for updates. Venues are no less eager to maintain the same booking dates for all their clients than you are in wanting to keep yours, so know that they are there to help you as best as they possibly can,” says Evelyn Mills, founder of Marriage Maestros in Hong Kong. “Everyone is in this together so approach discussions calmly with compassion and flexibility—these are by far the most effective ways when trying to negotiate a win-win situation.”