Kitchener Couple Ties Knot In Unique, Festive Way At King Of Prussia Town Center After COVID-19 Cancelled Four Attempts To Get Married

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA (CBS) – A Kitchener couple have tied the knot in a unique and festive manner after COVID-19 canceled four of their marriage attempts. The bride, Stacey Prather, walked down the aisle and met her groom Ugene Bynum in front of a 20-foot Christmas tree in the city center of the King of Prussia.

The Bynums tell Eyewitness News that the location is often their choice for a date night. Therefore, they asked permission to take their vows there.

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The city center, in turn, threw the couple an outdoor wedding with music, flowers, and frills, all for free.

“We’re just grateful that they allowed us to say our ‘I’ll do’ because that’s all we wanted to do,” said Stacey.

The couple say they lost money on at least one of their planned weddings.

The new man and woman look forward to starting out as husband and wife in 2021.

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