Bedford couple holds wedding on Zoom, 100 virtual guests

A New Hampshire couple tied the knot over the popular app Zoom, moving up the wedding because of the pandemic.>> Download the FREE WMUR appBeth and Rob Daisy did not expect to be newlyweds on Wednesday. The occupational therapists met at the University of New Hampshire and had planned their wedding for September but moved it up to a cyber ceremony on Saturday.>> Latest coronavirus coverage from WMUR“We got a little nervous because of the coronavirus and right now we’re so fortunate that all our friends and family are healthy and everybody’s well,” Beth Daisy said. “We wanted to take advantage of that fact and not put things off any longer.” The couple wore Red Sox masks to pick up the marriage license from the Bedford town clerk.“It was an incredible response,” Rob Daisy said. “I think there were 65 other computers signed on with one or two or three people on each stream.”The couple’s dog Alamo was a witness, Beth Daisy wore a surgical mask down the aisle and the newlyweds made barbecue pizza in the backyard. “Not only was it a special day for us but for everybody who joined us, I think it lightened their day a little bit,” Rob Daisy said.

A New Hampshire couple tied the knot over the popular app Zoom, moving up the wedding because of the pandemic.

>> Download the FREE WMUR app

Beth and Rob Daisy did not expect to be newlyweds on Wednesday. The occupational therapists met at the University of New Hampshire and had planned their wedding for September but moved it up to a cyber ceremony on Saturday.

>> Latest coronavirus coverage from WMUR

“We got a little nervous because of the coronavirus and right now we’re so fortunate that all our friends and family are healthy and everybody’s well,” Beth Daisy said. “We wanted to take advantage of that fact and not put things off any longer.”

The couple wore Red Sox masks to pick up the marriage license from the Bedford town clerk.

“It was an incredible response,” Rob Daisy said. “I think there were 65 other computers signed on with one or two or three people on each stream.”

The couple’s dog Alamo was a witness, Beth Daisy wore a surgical mask down the aisle and the newlyweds made barbecue pizza in the backyard.

“Not only was it a special day for us but for everybody who joined us, I think it lightened their day a little bit,” Rob Daisy said.

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