In Kyrgyzstan, they played an online wedding amid the coronavirus pandemic

And even “threw” the bride’s bouquet.

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On March 28, a couple from Bishkek married, despite the spread of the coronavirus. In order not to violate quarantine, the newlyweds held a triumph online. This was reported by website with reference to the host of the event, Urmat Asanbekov.

Asanbekov explained, Iskander and Julia planned the wedding long before the pandemic and decided to hold it no matter what. The ceremony was held in masks, and the celebration was held online. 40 guests joined the celebration by video link, and the presenter and the team arranged a full-fledged wedding, only on the network.

Between toasts, musicians, singers and even a magician were connected to the online banquet. However, some friends and relatives of the couple were unable to attend the online wedding, so an offline wedding will take place after quarantine.

At such a time, we all need something good and bright. We are glad that we did not cancel the wedding. The wedding was a success🤘🏻

Iskander and Julia


Since March 25, a state of emergency has been operating in Bishkek due to the threat of infection of the population with the coronavirus. Closed all the entertainment venues, restaurants and life in the city almost stopped.

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