Well, if your wedding guests are all quarantined, don’t worry…Just “make” some new guests.

That’s what a Michigan couple did when their wedding plans fell apart thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

The couple, who is actually getting married today, said the pews will be full during their ceremony.

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However, the guests will all be made out of cardboard.

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Dan Stuglik and Amy Simonson said 160 people were set to attend their wedding in Dowagiac, Michigan, but the COVID-19 lockdown left them with nobody.

You can watch the video below:

I’d cancel the Michigan wedding, get all my money back, and then fly to Tahiti in a Hazmat suit and stay on one of those huts over the water and call it a day!

I should actually do that right now!?


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