Adam Brown and Joy Miller had planned to get married at Yosemite National Park, which remains closed by the shutdown.
After KTVU aired a report about them, several Petaluma businesses and a San Francisco cook stepped up to throw a last-minute wedding for the couple.
Bloomfield Events donated a venue, Hotel Petaluma donated a place for the bride and groom to stay, Eliot James Salon donated hair styling, Lagunitas Brewing Co. donated beer, and Jen Stakich of San Francisco-based Fuddhism donated food, according to Reuters, Euronews and the Petaluma Visitors Center.
"We feel so blessed and honored that strangers have given so much to make our wedding a reality," Miller told CNN.Watch the above video for more information, and share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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