(CNN)The coronavirus is not on the guest list, but the wedding crasher has arrived — and engaged couples across the globe are now rethinking their walks down the aisle.When Atlanta couple Elsie Brotherton and Bree Beal got married over the weekend, their 140 guests gathered to watch their wedding ceremony despite the threat of the coronavirus. But their guests weren’t clapping or cheering as they might normally do. Instead they were reacting with their thumbs-up, hearts and smiley face emojis.The couple chose to exchange vows in a neighbor’s backyard on Facebook’s livestream. More than 700 people tuned in to the ceremony.”It feels great to be a newlywed right now. In fact, it has created a sense of certainty for us in a time when there is otherwise great uncertainty in the world,” Brotherton told CNN.The venue, decorations and wedding dress were ready to go. They planned to host a dinner at their favorite local restaurant for the reception. But with governments trying to contain the spread of the virus by shutting down restaurants, ordering lockdowns and enforcing stay-at-home orders, they opted for alternative plans.”We ended up ordering food from the restaurant where we had originally planned to eat. Not only


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