Still want to get hitched in the midst of the coronavirus? See how these couples are adapting their weddings

Be prepared to have a very small guest list.

By Alex Lilly
The wedding industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus, with thousands of couples forced to postpone their celebrations.
But even though you may not be able to have the big fairytale wedding of your dreams (for the coming months at least), that doesn't mean you can't make it official.
Current guidelines dictate that weddings can go ahead in Australia, but only five people can attend - the marrying couple, the celebrant and two witnesses. Everyone also needs to adhere to the four-square-metre rule and social distancing practices.
Before social distancing became enforced, weddings were a hotspot for the virus to spread, with one held in South Sydney resulting in 37 people contracting COVID-19.
Some couples even hurried things along, like wildlife warriors Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell, who married mere hours before the new laws kicked in.
WATCH BELOW: First look at Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell's wedding. Post continues after video...
As a soon-to-be witness in a corona wedding, I've been looking for inspiration to help make my friends' special day extra special when their nearest and dearest can't attend.
Without further I do, these are some of the most inventive ways people are tying the knot in the midst of a global pandemic.