A video of the bride’s wedding ceremony has gone viral on social media, and the online bride-to-be is ready to give the online wedding a go.
“It’s an absolute joy to go to this online wedding,” said Ayla Noh, who was crowned a National Book Award finalist this year.
“The online wedding service is so good.”
Aylas wedding ceremony Aylana Noh has been crowned a finalist in the National Book Awards 2018, a prestigious recognition for books published in 2018.
“I was so happy,” said Noh.
“A lot of the book people that were in the last awards were the ones who couldn’t go online.
They couldn’t do it because of all the paperwork, the online thing, all that.
I feel that it’s a really good opportunity for people to get the book, the experience of reading it, and just being able to come in, be able to talk to people and just have that sense of what that book is about.”
For Noh and her husband, who are both Canadian citizens, the digital experience was more than just a digital version of their own wedding ceremony.
The couple is planning to hold the ceremony at their home in Ottawa, Canada.
They’re also looking to get married next month, and are currently working on their wedding day plan.
“We have this idea that our first date is going to be a really special day, because it’s going to include a lot of family,” said Thelma.
“Our wedding day is going, we’re going to get ready, we’ll be dancing and we’re getting ready, and then we’re gonna get married.”