For the couple who has decided the show must go on, for some reason: Mr. and Mrs. facemasks and “Corona Bride” t-shirts.
Indonesian couples are getting the wedding of their dreams during the pandemic inside green screen studios.
It's difficult to believe that people are insisting it's fine to attend their in-person celebration because "everyone will be wearing masks"—and to talk to them about why you won't be there.
New guidelines from the agency recommend postponing or cancelling gatherings of more than 50 people for the next two months.
Guests started to cancel on the couple after finding out that they had just gotten back from a trip to China a few days before the event.
The couple were legally wed a year ago. Now, they're making it official-official.
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“Even as I’m genuinely happy for the couples I photograph, one thought keeps running through my head: I probably won’t get to do the same."
“Anything that separates two lovers can never bring peace.”
Thousands of dollars and months of preparation are becoming the norm.
Now that weed is legal, a lot of couples want it to be a part of their big day.
“When ‘family’ tries to guilt trip you into letting them come to your fully vegan wedding, even though they arre omnivores,” she wrote.
Who paid for the wedding? Who are the flower girls? This really happens every year?!