We have created an “SOS team” to deal with couples and entertainers to arrange new dates and offer plenty of free advice to help them through this difficult period”.
This is open to couples who have booked with BookEntertainment for couples who have booked elsewhere.
To contact our team visit our contact form for details.
Our team can help you see what type of entertainment and bands are available for your new dates.
Keith Donaghy of BookEntertainment.co.uk advises “you need to think of this as a reschedule and not a cancelation”.
If you are a couple that has a wedding planned for the next 16 weeks, it is advisable to do the following:
• Contact your event venue and key suppliers (church, celebrant, photographer) to book new dates in the future.
• Communicate with your entertainment and discuss a plan of action. Find out what their rescheduling policy is as well as future dates that are available. Most suppliers will keep your deposit and use if for your new date.
• Communicate with your guests as soon as possible on new dates.
• Monitor government advice and how they will affect your plans.
• If you have wedding insurance, you should contact your provider for advice on what you are covered for.
This will allow couples to stay calm and get excited about their new dates. If you act now, you may get a new date that suits you and your guests.