As each wedding approaches or once there is a firmer anticipated timeline for social distancing and self-isolation to end, we will reach out to each of you to discuss your wedding. Your health and safety, and ours, is of utmost importance to us. Below we have addressed our current stance on what will happen if you need to reschedule or cancel your wedding.
How does this impact my wedding?
Depending on the duration of the COVID-19 restrictions and the date of your wedding, this will be different for each couple. Depending on these factors you may need to reschedule your wedding date, cancel your wedding or change to an elopement style wedding with a limited number of guests. There is no one right solution for everyone so we are happy to work with each of you to ensure you have all the resources to make the best decision for your wedding, whenever that may be.
Will you still come out and photograph our wedding?
100% for sure, as long as there is not a government restriction in place for us to be there.
Recommendations for weddings in the next 4-6 weeks:
What if we have to cancel our wedding or event? Or move our date?
In the case where you have to reschedule, we will be handling it on a case by case basis. If we are available on your new date, no need to worry, we will just reschedule for that new date. If we are not available on your new date, we will refund your retainer. If you are doing this, we recommend that you contact all your wedding vendors to get their availability over a 2 month period so you can align as many of them as possible, to the same date. In these cases we will apply your previously paid retainer and anything else already paid on your current contract to the new contracted date.
If you cancel your wedding - As per our contract, all retainers and monies paid are non-refundable. As this is a loss for us and based on the situation we are unable to refund anything.
Cathy & Jenn of CatsMac Photography, Peterborough, Ontario.