Coronavirus: they marry with direct streaming in order to "feel close" to their loved ones on their wedding day
Travis and Kenna Grenier are a young couple from Atlanta; the two had been planning their wedding for about a year. It is known that the day you get married is one of the best days of your life - well, at least for some it is still like that! And that's why most couples spend months and months planning what to do: the dress, the witnesses, the reception, the cake, the guests, the music ... in short, a whole series of things that contribute to make that day special. For Travis and Kenna, however, who were supposed to get married in style on March 21, 2020, something went wrong: the Coronavirus epidemic broke out in the world, an event that could have forced the couple to cancel the wedding. The two, however, found an alternative way to celebrate their love on the first day of spring.
By now the big date was approaching and the idea of postponing everything to "who knows when" excited neither Travis nor Kenna. The couple, therefore, decided to get married anyway ... from home! Although there was not a large reception with all the guests, the two had what they could most desire: their love. "I didn't care if it was just me and him," said Kenna, "because it's really the only thing I need."
It was enough to convince their dog, Dozier, to act as a witness to have a wedding with bows on. Fortunately, now, technology meets almost all our needs: to share the happiness of the moment with friends and relatives, the couple activated direct streaming on Facebook, where they were able to toast and dance under the gaze of all the guests , on the other side of the screen.
We are all of us facing Difficult days because of the Coronavirus and it is precisely on these occasions that we must look on the positive side ... congratulations to Kenna and Travis!