Sabrina and Joseph had plans for their big wedding and reception on May 2nd, but, like many other couples, had to change plans due to COVID-19. However, Sabrina and Joseph decided to bring some light to these dark times and still get married on May 2nd. They held a small ceremony at Our Lady of Blessed Sacrament and the day was nothing short of incredible.
Before the ceremony, Sabrina’s mom arranged a surprise by having the bridesmaids to drive by in their cars to cheer them on. Following the ceremony, Sabrina’s mom arranged another surprise by having their family and friends stand (6ft apart of course) outside the church to clap when the newlyweds exited; the amount of love and emotion surrounding Sabrina and Joseph at that moment was phenomenal.
To finish off the day, Sabrina and Joseph headed back to their new home where they were greeted by their neighbors who had all put signs on their doors congratulating them on their marriage; a small, but heartwarming, gesture that made their day even more special.
In 2121 these two will share a big celebration with their family and friends, but this small celebration could not have been more magical. Given the circumstances, they made the best of a bad situation and we are so happy we were able to capture it all.
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