The pair said that an appreciation for the sport created a common ground early on. “Our shared love for sport, especially NFL Football, has remained constant in our relationship,” Ms. Sundel said.
Brother Cerbone, a New York Giants fan, was planning to propose to Ms. Sundel, a New England Patriots fan, when the two teams go head to head at Gillette Stadium on October 10, 2019. It was raining on the day of the match. “I was really scared of that rain,” he said. “It will ruin everything.” So he decided to propose the night before, when they were getting ready for bed.
The couple, who live in West Hartford, Conn., had set a wedding date of January 1, 2021, but decided to postpone it to October 2020, the day the Sundel bride showered, because epidemic. (At the time, Mr. Cerbone was recovering from Covid.)
A year after they had originally planned to get married, the two were married on January 7 at Le Chateau, an event space in South Salem, NY Donna Katsuranis, a pastor of the Church of All Life bridge, celebrated in front of about 70 guests, all of whom were vaccinated.
Before walking down the aisle, however, the couple were faced with a number of surprises the week before their nuptials. More than 35 confirmed guests have canceled flights because of the pandemic; Ms. Sundel’s bank account has been hacked; and several inches of snow covered South Salem the day before the event.
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