Frequently, I have seen on wedding invitations and other correspondences that refer to a date using the parsha name for that week. E.g. an invitation to a wedding may say יום שני בשבת פרשת בא - The second day of the week of parshat Bo.
How do they refer to a week when no parsha is read because of Yom Tov of Hol Hamo'ed? Do they refer to it using the name of the Yom Tov such as יום שני בשבת שבועות - The 2nd day of the week of Shabbat Shavu'ot? Or do they use the name of the parsha to be read the following week? I can see that using that 2nd option would be confusing.
I am seeking an answer that addresses the situation when an event is not on Yom Tov or Hol Hamo'ed itself, but, rather before a Yom Tov occurring later in the week and part of that Yom Tov extends in to Shabbat thus deferring the weekly parsha.