Winter covid wedding that was rescheduled three times

Winter covid wedding that was rescheduled three times

She pushed her wedding for a third new date to 2022, yet got married in 2021!

We started to publish real weddings just in February 2021. And we promised that we will not look only for stunning pictures, but also for great wedding stories. And here is another one! Amanda did great with her winter covid wedding, and we ideally want all the brides to get comfortable with what we have because they will be happy anyway at the end of the day.

“We pushed for a third new date to 2022 at our venue for renewal of vows and got married this past weekend! It was BEAUTIFUL!!! And so sooo memorable with the snow, which happened to fall down worse as the ceremony went on!”

Amanda and Sam’s journey together began in November of 2018. They both followed today’s trend of using online dating to find their perfect person. Amanda and Sam were only living a few miles away from each other in Annapolis when they matched on “Bumble.”

After an initial conversation, it ended up being almost two months before they actually met in person. It all began with a sushi dinner date and the rest, as they say, was history. The signs started piling up that this was much more than a simple connection. Not only did their families attend the same synagogue, but it seemed like every member of each family had the same name or birthday as the next.

Amanda moved in with Sam, and they quickly learned that despite him loving the Giants and her loving the Eagles, this would turn out to be a perfect fit. Like all growing relationships, Amanda is still trying to learn sarcasm, and Sam is still trying to remember to put away the dishes.

September 6th is one of the few days that neither family has a birthday or anniversary, so this will officially be Amanda and Sam’s day. They are very appreciative to have the love and support of their families and friends and look forward to seeing you all in September.

Winter covid wedding

COVID enters the world and US is in full shutdown March 2020

This throws a huge boulder in our plans. We took a serious step back and realized the situation the pandemic was presenting. We made the difficult decision at the end of March to postpone to May 1st, 2021.

Flash forward to January 1st, 2021, and we are in the same predicament we were before. Some family members had basically already decided they would most likely not attend the wedding in May. With the vaccines rolling out, we did not feel it would be our dream wedding in May anyway. After much thought and a lot of grey hairs later, on January 11th, we decided to postpone AGAIN to April 30th, 2022, but to legally get married on January 31st, 2021.

We didn’t want to wait any longer to start a family or deal with the unknown stress due to COVID. We figured if we postpone again, we can legally get married, renew our vows and celebrate with our dream wedding in 2022 with all of our family and friends. Cutting a 270 person guest list down to 50 deemed nearly impossible and not what we wanted anyway.

The week of January 31st, Maryland was expecting its first snowstorm of the season. This was going to stop our special day in no way, and we are so glad we followed through. Our ceremony began a little after 2pm, and there was already a solid layer of snow down on the ground.

We got married in my father’s backyard on the Chesapeake Bay, where my late mother always wanted me to get married. We had a zoom call set up for our bridal party, and some family and only immediate family were invited in person. It went perfectly, even if the snow did start really coming down mid-ceremony. We wouldn’t have had it any other way!

photographer: Erin Michelle Photography

florist: Peaceful Petals Flower Shop, Severna Park, MD

cake: The Sugar House by Lolo

dress: Rent the Runway

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  1. April

    That looks like it was such a beautiful wedding. It looks like it was a dream even if it wasn’t their original dream.

  2. Elizabeth O

    I love this so much. Setting up a Zoom was a great idea. The creativity shown here is amazing.

  3. Bryan Carey

    Great that the happy couple finally got their special day! And who would have thought of a wedding in the falling snow? Not my first choice, but it does look cool!

  4. Nicole Anderson

    This is a post I can relate to well as my wedding and honeymoon plans had to be postponed as well, also due to the pandemic. We still are not able to confirm a date as yet. What a lovely idea for the couple to get married and then follow on with the celebration with family and friends next year. The photos of the day you have shared here really look so lovely.

  5. Amy

    This is such a gorgeous story! COVID can’t stop true love and will triumph regardless! Winter weddings are just so stunning with all that snow and the white background. Congratulations and here’s to many years of happiness.

  6. Emman Damian

    The pandemic saw us pivot a lot of businesses and events. It has bene very difficult but I’m happy that your wedding finally pushed through! It is such an intimate wedding. I love the candid photos!

  7. Nikola Roza

    Wedding in a falling show. Sounds dreadful, but when you experience it, you know how wonderful and romantic it is.
    Great idea!

  8. Monidipa

    Setting up the wedding via zoom was a beautiful idea. But finally, the couple got to see their beautiful day!

  9. Ronnie

    A huge mazal tov to the happy couple! I can’t even imagine what they went through and the uncertainty of it all. It looked like a beautiful and unique wedding in the end, one which will be a tale for the ages!

  10. Cindy

    Nothing can stop love! Looks like a beautiful ceremony and I hope you have many happy years together.

  11. Ebony

    So glad the wedding was able to happen, despite a looming snow storm! It was also a good idea to tie in others via Zoom. I know the photos with the snow came out beautiful!

  12. anas

    Well kudos to the couple for getting it done in this cold weather. The pictures look amazing and congratulations to them also 🙂

  13. angela

    Pictures look so beautiful with tons of happiness.Thanks for sharing with us.

  14. Anosa Malanga

    Awww! Congratulations! Nowadays, it is really very limited guests when it comes to celebrating an occasion. Weddings really is intimate due to the limit but thanks to internet and other loved ones can attend virtually. I love the shots, you can really see the happiness and love. Best wishes!