Even the coronavirus can’t stop love 🙂
The Bay Area Reporter shares that, just as cities and states began to follow shelter-at-home orders in March, César Salza and Kyle Hill found they had to rethink the wedding ceremony of their dreams they’d hoped to host in San Francisco.
Having already obtained their marriage license (which the city has now stopped issuing due to the epidemic), the couple arranged to be married on April 18 in a friend’s backyard complete with face masks and social distancing among 8 friends.
“We had planned on something in June but we realized quickly with COVID-19 that it wouldn’t be possible,” Hill told the Reporter.
“The pandemic couldn’t stop us,” Salza wrote on Instagram. “Don’t worry we practiced social distancing with the rest of witnesses.”
Congratulations to the happy couple!
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A #wedding during the #socialdistancing Just a few friends and all the needed measures. Thank you all for coming 🇻🇪🇪🇸 Una boda durante esta #pandemia con distanciamiento social pero mucho amor. 🥰AMOR EN TIEMPOS DE CORONAVIRUS, la novela no autorizada de Gabriel García Márquez 😂 • • • • • #wedding #gaywedding #love #loveislove #gaycouple #gaylove #man #cute #boys #matrimonio #bodagay #matrimoniogay