These couples made do in order to say "I do" during a global pandemic. 

COVID-19 may have canceled a lot of things, but it didn't cancel love. Many couples who planned to get married during this season bravely chose to not postpone their nuptials. Instead, they got creative to get hitched and made their unions official, COVID-19 and all.  

Like this bridal party that coordinated some delightfully floral facemasks ...


A wedding we will never forget 😝😷 #coronavirus

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... or this couple that decided that garters are out, wedding facemasks are in!

We had to throw in this couple who made an amusing postponement announcement ...

... and this sweet bakery that offered to-go samples of their cakes for tastings.



Brides and Grooms, we are here for you! Just like in marriage, when times get tough, you must adapt and overcome! So we have created #curbsidetastings! We may not be able to meet with you in person right now to discuss your big day, but we are still holding phone consultations, drawing custom designs for you, and providing tasting plates via Curbside Pickup! Every other Sunday, they will be available for pickup with lots of our most popular flavors. Enjoy them in the comfort of your own home, and call us with your decision πŸ˜ŠπŸ°πŸš—πŸ  Call to set up your phone consultation and curbside tasting! (561)422-0303. We served 12 happy couples this past Sunday, and look forward to helping you! #cake #caketasting #curbside #curbsidepickup #pickup #curbsidetasting #wedding #weddingcake #covidwedding

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These lovebirds got married with help from their officiant and a window!

While these two jumped the broom over Zoom!


About a month ago when things started to shut down, I posted a message on my IG story. I announced that I’m am ordained and I offered to officiate a zoom wedding for anyone who's date had been postponed. Right away two of my Miracle Members, Karime and Gustavo, reached out and put their wedding date on my calendar. I was so excited to meet them today! It was a true honor to officiating their Zoom wedding. While they may think this was a gift to them, it really was a gift to me. Officiating their wedding brought so much love and joy into my heart. What I admire most about this couple is their devoted spiritual connection. Gustavo and Karime, may you be happy, may you be healthy, and may you always know that the Universe Has Your Back! Bless you my new friends! xoxo Let’s celebrate these beautiful souls today! #spiritjunkiewedding #love #joy #silverlining #zoomwedding

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Pandemic or no pandemic, these couples proved you can still have a wedding day worth celebrating. While it may not be the way you planned it, it's still a special day meant for two people who love each other against all odds. 

Did you have a wedding during COVID-19? Let us know how it went in the comments section!