Organizing a wedding in COVID times is not a simple thing. If among all, we had to choose a year to test the dedication and obstinacy of a married couple, surely it would be 2020.
Organizing a wedding in COVID times is not a simple thing. If among all, we had to choose a year to test the dedication and obstinacy of a married couple, surely it would be 2020. COVID has shuffled all the cards and upset the plans of all the couples who had already practically organized the wedding in every detail. Certainly, it would not have been easy to take note of the fact that probably everything would have been postponed to 2021. Some married couples, however, have not even considered this option, such as Josephine and Chris, who for their wedding had chosen Verona as the location for their promises. When we heard them, after the lockdown, things were very confusing, we both didn't know how to proceed because the news was few and uncertain. In the end, however, after a slip of about a month and two canceled flights, Chris and Josephine made their wedding. Given the restrictions, there have been changes what was supposed to be a full-day photoshoot then turned into a 3-hour job. For their part, however, the number of guests saw a substantial skimming. The fact is, however, that they have not given up and, even if we have spent more hours in the train than in their company, they deserve to end up on our site, because of an unconventional couple like this one who does not give up and reaches such an important goal in times. like these, he can only have all our esteem. We are proud and happy for this wonderful couple who managed to organize the wedding despite the COVID.