(Closed) How to word "the wedding is off" in an email?

posted 7 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 47
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Busy bee

You called off the wedding this morning, right? I’d sleep on it before sending out your ‘the wedding is off’ email. I’m not saying that a night will make you change your mind about the wedding, but it’ll give you time to recover slightly before sending out a public annoucement. Hell, taking a week even before sending it wouldn’t be out of line.  You need to be in a stronger emotional state to do it, because you’re going to have to start answering questions from concerned friends and family as soon as it’s out there. Having your mom contact the guests might be easier.

Post # 47
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Sugar Beekeeper
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playdohpants:  

I really like this one the best.  Short, to the point & acknowledges the inconvenience to your guests with zero drama.

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