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Fire Destroys Wedding Party and Community Joins to Help Grooms

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Fire Destroys Wedding Party and Community Joins to Help Grooms


Taking the maxim “unity is strength” to heart, an entire community came together and totally changed what could have been an unhappy ending.

After an accidental fire ended Jake and Elizabeth Landuyt's perfectly planned wedding party on an island paradise, everyone's help brought them back to a new party within hours.

All this movement and current of good happened on Mackinac Island, in Michigan, United States, in June of this year.

Fire

The fire was noticed while the bride's father was in the middle of a toast and noticed that there was smoke in the room.

All 120 guests and staff were removed the place and no one was hurt. However, there was nothing left for Jake and Elizabeth to restart the party.

“It all happened so fast,” said Elizabeth, 28. “We were in shock”.

Once the fire was contained, the couple decided to walk along the beach to the local church, the ceremony was held. They wanted to thank them for their deliverance and reflect a little on what had happened.

“We were grateful that everyone was okay and we were just trying to accept what happened and recognize that we still had a beautiful day,” said the bride.

good current

And while the couple was at church, the entire island community volunteered to organize a last-minute wedding party.

The effort began when Brandon Sheldon, the manager of a resort on the island, learned of the fire and provided a room for organizing the party.

As the resort did not have a buffet or employees specialized in weddings, local merchants and restaurant owners began to move, donating drinks, food and labor.

“It was a lovely group effort to make things happen,” Brandon said.

Surprise

With everything organized, the bride and groom were called back to the scene and didn't believe what they saw.

“We didn't know if it would be a handful of our guests and a case of beer, or the entire wedding party,” Jake said.

In the end, in addition to the 120 guests at the wedding, the couple made sure that everyone who mobilized was celebrating that moment with them.

“It's impossible to describe how much love we felt then and still feel now. It's very special to have a united community like this”, recounted the excited couple.

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