I remember when I was planning my wedding and even though it was stressful at times, it was the most amazing experience of my life. Yes, it was amazing for my husband too, but you know, women love planning their weddings way more than guys do. And I do not mean to offend any guys who are really into planning their wedding. My husband loved being involved with the planning of our wedding, but I remember him wanting to talk about anything else sometimes. I know, I started planning my wedding when I was a little girl and I cannot imagine having to cancel it because of the pandemic like many brides are having to do. Most of them are making the best if the situation and either having small ceremonies now and the big wedding later, or like Kerry-Anne and Michael Gordon, getting married somewhere that means a lot to them.

ABC News reports that Kerry-Anne and Michael Gordon were set to be married on Saturday, but due to the coronavirus pandemic had to postpone it to 2021. They just couldn't wait to be married, so they decided to keep their date and got married in the middle of a Black Lives Matter protest in Philly. They knew that the Black Lives Matter protest was going to take place, and didn't intend to be ABC News says the couple didn't think they'd be getting married in the middle of everything going on in the streets, but said their ceremony was memorable.

Check out the amazing and powerful video below.

The bride looks stunning, the couple looks so happy and what an amazing memory they have of their wedding day. I wish them all the happiness in the world.

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