- Louis a 10-year-old and eight-year-old Ruby did not want their parents to miss their big day, so the siblings arranged a ceremony at their home in Cheddleton
- The kids had set up the garden while their parents were still sleeping only to wake up for the surprise
- The two little angels had set the garden up with chairs with teddies on them as guests
- Louis wore his best suit to officiate the ceremony and Ruby stepped in as wedding photographer
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After a couple canceled their dream wedding to the COVID-19 pandemic, their children have them smiling after giving them the best surprise.
The couple said I do in a surprise wedding organised by their two cute angels in their garden.
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Louis a 10-year-old and eight-year-old Ruby did not want their parents to miss their big day, so the siblings arranged a ceremony at their home in Cheddleton, on what would have been their wedding day.
According to The Sun.co.uk, the kids had set up the garden while their parents were still sleeping only to wake up for a surprise.
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Kim-Marie Gerrard, 36, wore her bridal dress and veil and their dad identified as Mark Tooth, 42, donned his best suit for the impromptu occasion.
The children did not only arrange the entire ceremony but Louis wore his best suit to officiate the ceremony and Ruby stepped in as a wedding photographer.
The 8-year-old captured the whole ceremony in a video with his brother officiating his mum and dad's marriage.
According to their mother, they were amazed when the kids woke them up asking them to get dressed for they were getting married.
The two little angels had set the garden up with chairs with teddies on them as guests.
Marie and Mark are planning on holding an official wedding ceremony later this year pending official advice from the government regarding lockdown.
Back home, a Kenyan couple wedded in a ceremony attended by only 15 guests.
The unusual wedding took place on Monday, April 13 at ACK St Andrews Thika.
Kennedy Muriithi and Pauline Waithira's wedding is said to have lasted for only 30 minutes with the bride's parents missing the occasion.
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