Pandemic wedding, anyone? Here’s a love story to lift your spirits!
Lindsey and Bri were due to tie the knot in Texas on 4-10-20. Obviously, coronavirus had different plans. Instead of postponing and waiting a year, the couple decided to think outside the box. With one family member diagnosed with the virus, they adopted the mindset of ‘no one is promised tomorrow’ and chose to have their wedding day as soon possible. They got married at a Texas drive in movie theatre with their friends and family safely parked in their cars. The ceremony was livestreamed to all their guests, and it looked incredible!
All photos by Greg Fulks
a pandemic wedding ceremony- the future will be livestreamed!
Lindsey and Bri livestreamed their wedding ceremony to their guests, who watched from their cars. The ceremony was full of personal touches with speeches from their children and friends. After they said their vows, Lindsey serenaded Bri with an original song! The guests honked enthusiastically from their cars as the brides had their first dance. How romantic! You can watch the whole livestream here.
See, love really does always win! This pandemic wedding is an awesome example of creating light in a dark situation. What a story to tell the grandkids!
This could be a solution for socially distanced weddings in the near future. Maybe creative weddings like this will inspire a wave of couples to find new ways to celebrate!
Just a little note from us – in the COVID 19 world, restrictions are in place across the world and vary differently between countries, even regions or towns. Please check the current restrictions in place in your area when planning your wedding day.
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