Coronavirus Wedding Diaries: How My Family Came Together to Make Our Backyard Elopement Still Feel Special
The Jersey duo said “I do” and streamed it on Facebook Live.
The Star Wars inspiration added even more sparkle.
This bride-to-be works at Lankenau Medical Center and is on the front lines of COVID-19.
The move comes as couples scramble to reschedule and is available through March 2021.
Virtual marriage licenses for self-uniting ceremonies will be issued in emergencies, but there are caveats.
The experts weigh in on how they’re helping clients, working with designers and the impacts of COVID-19.
Rescheduling takes an emotional toll, and the bride says her beloved “groomzilla” has struggled to accept it.
Wedding photographer Colin Coleman, his bride-to-be, and daughter shared their good news on social media.
This Center City duo kept their friends and family digitally informed, every step of the way.
One Philly couple’s journey to engagement despite the COVID-19 outbreak.
Advice and assurance from the front lines of celebrations halted by COVID-19.
This Old City couple texted some friends, grabbed flowers from Reading Terminal, and said “I do” in the open air.
Weddings at City Hall won’t take place until March 31st at the earliest.
After the coronavirus caused them to cancel their large celebration, this Philly couple made their rehearsal dinner the time to say “I do.”
But the couple’s spunky pug stole the show.