Brides and grooms wait to walk down the aisle as weddings are postponed

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Many couples have to postpone their wedding as venues temporarily close during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Collete Richoux and Chris Morton were supposed to get married on May 2.  They say they have a new date in the fall, but they are still considering getting married on their original date.

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Lisa Antonecchia is the owner of a full service wedding and event company in the tri-state area. She says each day she is watching for updates on how her business is changing with the ban on crowd sizes.

Antonecchia has a couple weddings set for May and is waiting to see what changes might happen. 

"You have to be more willing to be flexible and work with people," Antonecchia says to couples waiting for their wedding day. 

 

 

 

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