These two grandmothers were bridesmaids at their granddaughter’s wedding

The current health context has turned our lives upside down, and in particular the organization of many events such as weddings. While many couples have chosen to postpone the date of their union for a year, others have chosen to shift it by only a few months and reduce the guest list in order to limit the risks.

This is the case of Megan Kennedy and her fiancé Thomas Cahoon, a British couple. They were originally supposed to get married in March 2020 and eventually got engaged to each other in October of the same year. Of the 200 people initially planned for D-Day, only 15 were finally able to attend the wedding in order to be able to respect barrier gestures, wearing a mask and distancing as best as possible. But such a drop in the number of guests is not without consequences. And for good reason, the bridesmaids who were to attend the ceremony were in fact unable to go there since the bride and groom had to keep only very close members of the family and make sometimes difficult decisions.

Fortunately, to make this wedding a very emotional moment that will remain etched in our memories for a very long time, Megan had a brilliant idea. Indeed, the young woman asked her two grandmothers to be her bridesmaids. Obviously, as you can imagine, they hastened to accept the proposal, all happy to be closer to their little girl for this special day.

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Bridesmaids at 90 and 80

From the top of their 90s and 80s, Mary Kennedy and Gillian Holloway therefore experienced a ceremony rich in emotion and that they are probably not about to forget. And what must also have touched them a lot was the declaration full of love that the bride made to them, declaring: “You are the most important people to me. » To leave nothing to chance and not take too many risks, everything possible to do during the ceremony was put in place to best protect these atypical bridesmaids from potential contamination. For example, the bride and groom had isolated themselves beforehand for the 10 days preceding the wedding.

At the end of the union of Megan and Thomas, of which the two grandmothers were able to benefit greatly, came the moment to pose in front of the photographer. Thus, the three women played the game with immense pleasure in order to immortalize this incredible day. Awesome no?

Credit: Kristian Leven Photography

Credit: Kristian Leven Photography

Credit: Kristian Leven Photography

Credit: Kristian Leven Photography

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