- Twitter user @GodMadeTone has shared stunning images from his wedding ceremony
- The young man posted the pictures to happily announce that he had tied the knot with his pretty fiancée
- The gorgeous visuals have evoked tons of awe-inspiring remarks beneath his thread
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Even as countries across the world battle the novel coronavirus pandemic and its dire impact on human societies, many have been affected including people with marriage plans.
In spite of the herculean downturns of the dreaded COVID-19, love appears to be thriving and couples who are determined to tear through the thorns of the pandemic have managed to tie the knot in virtual or simple wedding ceremonies.
The latest is a handsome man with Twitter name @GodMadeTone, who recently took to his social media handle to celebrate his union with his fiancée.
@GodMadeTone splashed his wall with stunning images from his gorgeous nuptial.
The excited newly married man served his friends and loved ones with the images while announcing that he got married.
‘‘Hey guys I got married,’’ he gleefully announced.
@GodMadeTone wore a simple suit with a multi-coloured tie while his beautiful bride donned a simple short-sleeve white straight dress which was just long enough to cover her knees.
The stunning wedding photos have gone viral and have generated nearly 100,000 reactions and over 14,000 retweets as of the time of this publication.
The images are still erupting buzz from some online enthusiasts.
In replying to @GodMadeTone, @Abiiike wrote: ''Congratulations to you both, I wish you a lifetime filled with happiness and love.''
''See ladies, you won’t die if you have a small wedding. It’s the marriage that matters.'' @MegaFunTweets said while handing ladies his two cent advice.
@nessa_solace also wrote: ''The simple-yet-classy look of it all is beautifulSmiling face with heart-shaped eyes. Happy married life Smiling face with smiling eyesRed heart.''
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that @meshi4you, erupted a wave of pleasant remarks after she took to her platform to share her heart-warming engagement to her handsome fiancé.
She and her fiancé had been looking forward to their wedding in April 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the wedding was postponed.
Just like many, they were in the process of planning their wedding and it dawned on them that coronavirus would be a real threat. When they realised their wedding would not go according to plan, they just had to get creative.
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