If you're one of the many couples that have had to cancel or postpone your wedding, Miller High Life wants to hear from you.

Weddings all over the world have had a change in course due to the coronavirus lockdown. Couples have turned to live stream ceremonies, postponed, or even cancelled their plans because of the coronavirus.

Elizabeth Rhodes with Travel and Leisure reports that Miller High Life wants to help those couples out. They've launched a “Weddings at your Doorstep” promotion to give three couples a doorstep wedding, complete with officiant and photographer, as well as $10,000 to cover canceled wedding costs.

The "Champagne of Beers" are asking couples who are interested to share how their wedding was impacted in 150 words or less, then email that to marryme@millerhighlife.com. Of course, with all alcohol related promotions, you must be 21 or older to participate. You can check out all the details HERE.

As we've lived under shelter-in-place orders, many of us have turned to delivery for food and supplies. Now a company is delivering weddings. Crazy.

If your wedding plans had to be put on hold, the folks at brides.com have a list of things you should know and factor into your plans as you decide when to hold your special day and who to invite.

By the way, if you're interested in winning money, we're still giving you three chances every weekday through May 8 to win up to $10,000. Listen for the code words throughout the day, then enter them here for your shot at the cash.

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