Alex Fishman and Anthony Shirk had their wedding all planned out. After saying their vows, the couple would celebrate with their friends and family in upstate New York, with Beacon Falls the scenic waterfall backdrop of all of their photos. Then they would hop on a plane to San Juan, Puerto Rico, for a blissful honeymoon.“The coronavirus outbreak is definitely a test of all relationships: how you turn to each other during stressful times and rely on each other to get you through.”Brian BrownYet as the coronavirus spreads across the United States, and in particular their home in New York City, the couple realized they would have to adjust their expectations for the wedding they had spent the last year planning — especially since their family is scattered around the country and would have to fly to attend the ceremony.“It’s not about your guests in the end or whether the table linens are the right color. We stopped caring about those details,” Fishman, 29, told NBC News. “It’s about your union with your partner.”Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings.Fishman and Shirk, both 29, proposed to each other in 2018 after meeting

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