Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, an estimated 30,000 weddings took place every weekend in the United States. For wedding planners, the pandemic has also proven devastating, with many bracing for huge losses and fearing they might be forced to shut down.
When Argentine couple Diego Aspitia and Sofia Cuggino got engaged to be married a year ago, they set a date in March, but like countless others across the globe, their wedding fell victim to the coronavirus lockdown.
Princess Beatrice wore a vintage dress borrowed from the Queen for her wedding to property tycoon Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, new photographs reveal.
Pakistan’s popular TV star Sana Javed and rockstar Umair Jaswal have tied the knot in an intimate ceremony. The newlywed couple took to social media to give a big surprise to their fans.
Bangladesh woman cricketer Sanjida Islam has taken social media by storm after posting her wedding photoshoot on a cricket pitch in a strikingly orange saree with proper ‘maang tika’, ‘chur’ (heavy bangles) and ornaments made of flowers.
The Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai has announced that wedding receptions will be allowed to resume in hotels, halls, homes, temporary venues, and tents in residential areas effective from Oct.22, 2020.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan expressed appreciation to this initiative of hosting a simple ceremony, given the current circumstances of COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ministry noted that the initiative was in line with the government’s coronavirus preventive measures to ensure safety of all.
The 90-year-old former IRTS officer and his 85-year-old wife took the helicopter from Kerala to Bengaluru, which is 394km by road. They flew to Bengaluru on Saturday and returned in the same chartered helicopter on Monday.
The elderly couple paid Rs90,000 per hour for their chartered helicopter flight.