Letter to Change Order of Wedding Cards due to Date Change
Plans don’t always become a reality. Sometimes, due to some unexpected happening, planned projects have to be canceled and new strategies should be made according to the need of the circumstances. Particularly in the case of marriages, it happens sometimes that the marriages are either postponed or canceled due to some sad or unexpected incidents.
Since marriage is a happy event, one wants the attention of everybody with a happy face so that the event can be enjoyed to the fullest. When the circumstances do not allow a joyful gathering, the event is postponed for a later better time. With such decisions, other matters also need to be tackled accordingly. The cancellation or change in the orders of wedding cards is among one such urgent ‘’to do’ things’.
I am writing to inform you that I need to make some changes to my wedding cars which for which I placed an order on 12th Feb 20XX. My invoice number is 8920 and the total amount of 250 USD was paid in advance on 10th Feb, the receipt of which is attached with this letter.
Due to some personal reasons, my wedding date has been changed to 20th Feb 20XX from 18th Feb 20XX and the time has been also changed from 1 pm to 3 pm. I am writing to request your company to please accommodate these changes in my cards. The first line of my cards will now read ‘I request the pleasure of your company to my wedding on 20th Feb 20XX and the time will change on the second paragraph of the card to 3 pm. The rest of the details including the venue remains the same.
I am aware that these changes are last minute, and your company strongly discourages last-minute changes to the orders. We would be very grateful if you could incorporate these changes. In case my cards have already been printed, I would request you to please cancel that order and print new ones.
I am willing to pay the cancellation charges and the extra ten percent charge for reprinting. Please get back to me at your earliest regarding this matter.
Thank you for your consideration
Hope this letter finds you in the best of health. I am writing regarding the order I placed on 1st Feb 20XX of my wedding cards. The order number is 2810 and the payment was to be made in installments. The first installment has been paid and the second was due after I received my order.
I wish to let you know that my wedding date has been changed from the previous 1st March 20XX due to the unavailability of a few guests on that day. The new date is 3rd March and the time is 5 pm. The venue, RSVP, and rest of the details shall remain the same. I request you to please change the date of my wedding on my card and replace it with the correct date which is 3rd March 20XX.
I apologize sincerely for any inconvenience caused due to this late-minute change. I assure you that it was necessary and could not have been avoided. I have enclosed 200 dollars with this letter to compensate for the inconvenience this has caused you.
I hope that these changes will be incorporated, and our cards will be sent to us within 5 days as you previously committed. Thank you so much for your continued support throughout this time.
We appreciate your service and have recommended your business to several of our family and friends. Please let us know if you have any further questions regarding this change.
I had placed an order of 500 cards for a wedding ceremony. The order was to be delivered within two weeks. I’m writing to you just after three days of placing the order that I want to change the order details.
Due to some unexpected circumstances, the wedding cannot take place on the date provided to you to mention on the cards. We are postponing the wedding ceremony for now. You are requested to hold my order. I shall inform you of the new dates in the coming week. The rest of the order should be kept the same. I only want to change the date the details of which will be given to you soon. Thank you for your services.