Whilst the pandemic has caused many couples to postpone their weddings, some couples found creative ways of making their dream come true. We have read some of these amazing stories and wanted to share them with our great audience. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.
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My big fat DRIVE-IN wedding! 250 guests watch bride and groom tie the knot on 500-acre estate in Essex to get around 15-person limit
A couple have staged Britain’s first Covid-compliant drive-in wedding, with 250 guests watching them tie the knot from Audis, Land Rovers and Lamborghinis on a 500-acre Essex estate to get around the 15-person limit.
After the ceremony, bride Roma Popat and groom Vinal Patel, both 30, toured the grounds in a golf buggy, waving as parked-up friends and family honked their horns.
Guests were welcomed to the unique event on Friday with a hamper containing tasty snacks – as well as safety instructions, anti-bacterial hand gel and bin liners for their rubbish.
Bride and groom 'get married' in their flat during lockdown - as 47 guests watching on a Zoom call
Danny and Nia Hughes from Anglesey had everything they could have wished for on their wedding day.
They were joined by their closest friends and family, the sun was shining and Nia wore her dream wedding dress.
But their special day wasn’t exactly what you’d call traditional because they tied the knot in the living room of their Llangefni flat with 47 guests watching on their computer screens.
As part of S4C’s reality TV wedding show Priodas Pum Mil, Danny and Nia had a virtual lockdown wedding on May 9 that was hosted on video chatting website Zoom.
North-east couple celebrate big day with virtual wedding
A north-east couple who were forced to cancel their wedding due to coronavirus instead threw a virtual party at home.
Kath Davidson and her husband, Keith, who live in Newmachar, were due to tie the knot on May 2 at Eat on the Green in Udny Green.
But after it became apparent their big day wouldn’t go ahead because of lockdown, the pair’s friends and family pulled together to host a special party online.
COUPLE REARRANGE WEDDING WITH 24 HOURS NOTICE TO BEAT ENGLAND LOCKDOWN
A couple who rearranged their wedding with just 24 hours notice to beat the incoming lockdown restrictions have described the whirlwind changes as “hectic”.
Jo Loosemore and Matt Goffin were set to marry on Saturday 14 November in Devon.
Upon learning of the new lockdown measures set to take effect in England from Thursday, however, the pair decided to fast-track their nuptials to ensure they tied the knot before the country entered its second lockdown.