Pendant le confinement, les gens vivaient entre 4 murs, et donc tous les projets de voyage/soirées/anniversaires furent annulés. Même les mariages. Mais qu’à cela ne tienne, l’amour a vaincu le Covid-19 et certaines personnes ont trouvé des astuces pour s’unir pour l’éternité (ou pendant quelques années, parfois les mariages foirent).




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? PANDEMIC ? WEDDING ? ? Today is our One Month Wedding Anniversary! Pictured is the amazing toilet paper bouquet my mom made ? (It was just for pictures). I walked down the aisle holding my mom’s bouquet from 40 years ago! But that toilet paper bouquet will be passed down to my daughter 100%. ? WOW. How time fliessss! It was stressful and emotional after every CDC announcement on gathering restrictions. When for months your wheels have been on wedding planning mode, it’s hard to step back and have a reality check that there’s a pandemic happening. ? Thank goodness for the magical and positive attitudes of our family and friends!!! We are so grateful that we’re safe, will still be able to have the wedding we had been planning later in the year, and can laugh about how we had a wedding during the pandemic of 2020! ? If you’ve planned a wedding- I feel for you! If you’re currently planning a wedding- I extra feel for you! So many unknowns and limbo happening right now. Please reach out to me if you have any questions about how we did our quarantine wedding! We’re happy to shed some light on options we found! ? ? #quarantinewedding #pandemicwedding #justmarried #bouquet #mrandmrs #wedding #pandemic #signaturebridal #newlyweds #austintx #austin #austinwedding #homewedding #funnywedding #theknot #addisonstudios #toiletpaperbouquet #theknottexas #theknotbestofweddings2020 #mintedweddings

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