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Don't Panic, but do plan ahead

To many of us the future may seem uncertain, but one thing that is not uncertain is your love for each other! We realize you have made many plans for your upcoming wedding. As the COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the United States and the rest of the world, you may have to change your plans. The biggest thing to remember is not to panic. Here are some tips to help you get through this trying time.

1. First of all, keep yourself and your loved ones safe! You want to make sure everyone is healthy when you finally get to have your big day! #safetyfirst #healthy

2. Don't let your anxiety overwhelm you. It is so easy to get overwhelmed with everything that is going on. If you are stuck at home take a few moments each day to meditate. #anxiety #meditate #calm

3. Come up with a new plan! Connect with your wedding party or planners using Zoom or other chat forums on your computer or cell phone. Remember social distance does not mean you are all alone. Reach out to your friends and family to help you adjust your wedding plans. #zoom #facetime #socialdistance #family #friends #connect #weddingparty #weddingplanners

4. Connect with your vendors to see what they can do to help? Everyone is affected by what is going on and the last thing vendors want, is to lose your business. See what they can do to help you adjust your plans. #weddingvendors #weddingplanners #plan

We understand this is a difficult time but we want to reassure you that we will be here to help however possible. We will be offering those affected by this pandemic special discount rates. Please feel free to contact us and we will work with you to make sure you still get the wedding of your dreams! #wedding #weddingday #discounts #dreams

Your K and C Naturals Team - Photo by Aljon Carpio

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