New well being measures allow Kelowna {couples} their dream wedding ceremony

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Life just got a little easier for couples planning their weddings in Nebraska as government health measures now allow increased capacity at venues.

A couple can welcome anyone they want to their wedding that has been postponed and postponed due to COVID-19.

Although the groom is having health problems, he says it is time to go down the aisle.

By now, you may have been to a wedding during this pandemic.

But planning it – and getting this beautiful celebration was not easy.

Gone are the restrictions on self-service buffets and dances that were enforced earlier this year.

That makes life a little easier for Nikki Campbell and Jeremiah Wilson, who are a month away from their big day.

On Monday, Nebraska moved into phase four of its targeted health efforts so these two people could invite on their list.

It is one less thing to worry about the bride and groom who are not shy about leading their lives but who will be keeping an eye on their health that day.

“I have existing conditions. I have asthma, I am diabetic, I have other health problems, “said Jeremiah.” But at the same time, if I live in fear all the time, how do I even live? ”

Nothing will stop them from walking down the aisle on October 30th.

When family and friends are by your side, the “I do” becomes much more memorable.

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