Coronavirus wreaking havoc all over the country, but still people are getting married. Today we are going to tell you about a couple who got married in a unique way. We are talking about Lauren and Patrick Delgado, who have been living in a relationship for four years and now both got married on 20 November. Now the wedding photos of both have made everyone happy. However, this couple lost hopes and both changed the marriage venue and the guest list thrice. Lauren became COVID-19 positive about five days before their wedding.
In a conversation with a website recently, she said, “Whatever happened was wrong. I was really sad because everything we had planned was already being cancelled. The license we had taken for marriage was going to end on the next day of marriage. So we got married in quarantine at my mother’s Ontario home in California. ‘ During the wedding, Patrick Delgado was standing outside the house in a grey suit and the bride was sitting above the bedroom window of the second floor. Regarding this, wedding photographer Jessica Jackson said, ‘I have taken the best wedding photos ever during COVID-19 in 2020.’
There were a total of 10 guests in this couple’s wedding, including family members, all of whom had a negative corona report. During this time some guests saw this wedding from cars parked on the road and some from outside. While taking the wedding vows, they both held a flower-decorated ribbon, which Lauren’s aunt had made. This was done so that they would stay connected to each other while away. Lauren wore her old dress from her wardrobe and also made her own makeup. We appreciate this couple in such a wonderful way that they got married.