Tyler, 34, and Melanie, 27, from Ohio, live in the city of Parma. They met in 2016 and fell in love from their first date.
In 2020, the young lovers decided to unite their lives and hearts forever.
The engaged couple was preparing for their wedding celebration.
They bought very original wedding outfits, booked a romantic lodge, ordered a fancy wedding car, a large amount of food, including many sweets, a DJ, and other services.
And they had already paid in advance for all these wedding preparations.
However, a few days before their wedding reception, the engaged couple received a call informing them that the venue for their romantic party was closed due to the pandemic.
But since everything was ordered and paid for, the couple decided to do something different.
So, Tyler and Melanie contacted a charity organization led by Laura’s Home, a center for mothers with children.
Together with their relatives, the couple organized a small wedding ceremony in the bride’s grandfather’s garden.
And finally, they brought the food to the center where more than 130 children were staying.
The newlyweds went there in their wedding outfits. With the help of the center’s staff, they served food to everyone.
They were warmly welcomed as well. And the dining hall of the shelter was decorated in their honor.
The parents of the young couple supported their children and were very proud of their charitable initiative.