Hello, all, I am getting married on April 4. A couple weeks ago I was feeling great because we had everything figured out except for a few minor details, but now this coronavirus has knocked me for a loop. We are getting married in a city park, with an outdoor ceremony and the reception in an onsite cabin. Our guest list is very small (24 invited; we haven't received all the RSVPs yet but so far there's 100% attendance). My biggest fear about the coronavirus was that our few out of state guests would not be able to make it, but as the situation has developed I'm also getting concerned the city will not allow us to use the park. (There are no confirmed cases in our county yet, but there are a few in surrounding counties.) Right now that doesn't seem likely, but as quickly as things have moved I'm not sure if that will be the case in three weeks.
We discussed it, and we will be getting married on April 4 no matter what. We already have our license, and we want to be married to one another more than we want the perfect wedding. It just sucks because although this is a small, budget wedding, it is exactly what we wanted, and it will hurt if we are not able to do what we had planned.
Anyway, this is just a vent, I guess. Any thoughts/encouragements/commiserations are appreciated. I am aware that in the grand scheme of things, my wedding not going as planned will not be the worst outcome of this disease.