It wasn’t the wedding they were anticipating, but it was certainly one they will remember.
For more than a year, Newark residents Zach Collings and Lindsey Killmeyer were planning to wed in front of family and friends at a brewery in Morgantown, W. Va., where they both went to college.
After the coronavirus pandemic hit and forced the cancelation of large gatherings, they thought about delaying the wedding. However, after 10 years together, the college sweethearts were ready to get married and wanted to keep their original wedding date of April 17, so they formed a new plan that abided by social distancing guidelines.
“There’s no point in making a fuss about it. You just have to pull the positives out of it,” Collings said. “We figured we’d stick it to the coronavirus and still go through with the marriage.”
On Friday morning, Collings and Killmeyer – each wearing a