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#Bride dances with mannequin after groom misses wedding day

#Bride dances with mannequin after groom misses wedding day

Now, this is a sick stand-in.

Groom-to-be Gannon Karmire came down with “severe” food poisoning on the day he was set to marry Christine. So their North Carolina reception hall came up with a creative way to save their wedding day — and it’s fetched over 888,000 views on TikTok.

“When the groom suddenly becomes sick & goes to the hospital on wedding day,” penned venue, The Victorian: Youngsville, in the closed-captions of footage from the Karmires’ wedding festivities earlier this month.

The viral video features Christine, 26, slow dancing and cutting cake with a long, slender pole that the venue dressed in a man’s suit and mounted atop a rolling device’s four small wheels. At the top of the structure was a haphazardly strapped iPad with a picture of Gannon plastered on the screen.

Wedding venune helped Christine Karmire make the best of her big day after groom-to-be Gannon got food poisoning.
The wedding venue helped Christine Karmire make the best of her big day after groom-to-be Gannon got food poisoning.
Courtesy of @thevictorianyoungsv

“Awww this is sweet,” commented a fan of the makeshift man and real-life wife. “They made the best of it. When you get food poisoning you don’t want no one around It’s the worst.”

And while others conceded that the Victorian’s make-do groom was a clever response to an unfortunate situation, most critics shamed Christine for failing to stick by her hubby’s side through his sickness.

Christine was happy to enjoy her wedding with the makeshift groom.
Christine was happy to enjoy her wedding with the makeshift groom.
Courtesy of @thevictorianyoungsv

“This is funny, but I’d probably be at the hospital with him,” scoffed one social media scolder. “‘In sickness and in health’ at its finest,” another said sarcastically.

But Gannon, now fully recovered, commented saying that he wanted Christine to celebrate their love with friends and family.

He also thanked The Victorian for helping them pull off their wedding day in spite of his stomach troubles.

Gannon has since made a fully recovery.
Gannon has since made a full recovery.
Courtesy of @z06karmire

“GROOM HERE!,” Gannon wrote. “HUGE Thank you to the Victorian. This was our third attempt at a ‘Covid’ wedding,” the groom added, suggesting he and Christine had encountered several pandemic-related wedding roadblocks.

He concluded his gratitude to the venue, saying: “We’ve happily been together for almost 8 years, with many more to come.” 

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