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Bride’s ‘perfect’ lockdown wedding on Blackpool beach with first dance on arcade game

A bride who said her ‘I dos’ on Blackpool Pleasure Beach followed by a reception in a games arcade said the day made her feel like “royalty”,

Rosie Cook, 33, married boyfriend Paul on Saturday, before spending the day enjoying everything Blackpool has to offer at their socially distanced wedding,

The newlyweds even enjoyed their first dance in one of the piers by having a go on the iconic Dance Revolution arcade game.

Rosie and Paul had their original wedding plans scuppered twice by coronavirus restrictions and so decided to throw caution to the wind and get married in Blackpool without the ‘big do’.

Rosie told  LancsLive  that she enjoyed a “magical day” at the seaside.

“I want to do it all over again, I want to put my dress on and go out again this Saturday,” said the new Mrs Cook.

“Obviously marrying Paul was the best part of

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  • October 21, 2020
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Here’s How 5 Brides Pulled Off Mid-Pandemic Weddings

If 2020 was a normal year, we’d be taking advantage of the summer season to write a whole lot about weddings and wedding dresses. But, with a global pandemic canceling almost everything about life as we knew it, we’re not. Instead, our carts are filled with bike shorts, WFH-friendly office chairs, and face masks (of both the beauty and PPE varieties). We do know, however, that people are still getting married — and that means they’re still finding ways to browse, try on, and ultimately purchase nuptial-ready frocks. Which begs the question: how exactly are they accomplishing this? We started asking around and as we talked to different women across the country, we learned a lot more than how they wedding-dress shopped during such strange times. The women whose weddings were derailed by COVID-19 still managed to have them and, although different, their ceremonies were just as special as what

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Here’s How 4 Brides Pulled Off Mid-Pandemic Weddings

If 2020 was a normal year, we’d be taking advantage of the summer season to write a whole lot about weddings and wedding dresses. But, with a global pandemic canceling almost everything about life as we knew it, we’re not. Instead, our carts are filled with bike shorts, WFH-friendly office chairs, and face masks (of both the beauty and PPE varieties). We do know, however, that people are still getting married — and that means they’re still finding ways to browse, try on, and ultimately purchase nuptial-ready frocks. Which begs the question: how exactly are they accomplishing this? We started asking around and as we talked to different women across the country, we learned a lot more than how they wedding-dress shopped during such strange times. The women whose weddings were derailed by COVID-19 still managed to have them and, although different, their ceremonies were just as special as what

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