Indiana Couple Has a Zoom Wedding After The Big Day Got Cancelled
I attended a wedding the first weekend COVID got really real in the United States. There were 30 guest cancelations, hand sanitizer filled handshakes, and toilet paper tosses instead of bouquets. But the wedding still happened.
Pretty much every wedding I've seen that was supposed to happen since then has been rescheduled, cancelled, or modified. One Indiana couple did just that to make sure they still had their special day.
Jack and Jennifer Allendorf were married over Zoom. After being forced into an at-home ceremony, they wanted to make the most of it. The call included the couple, a few friends and family, and even a justice of peace.
It lasted about 8 minutes and friends gave them Lysol and monogrammed Mr. and Mrs face masks. And of course they were gifted toilet paper. After the ceremony they headed outside as a wedding parade drove past their home.
The couple said they got married, and that's all that matters.
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