Back in April, a woman married a cardboard cutout…sort of. The couple had gotten married in a small ceremony in 2021, but due to COVID, they waited until 2022 for the reception. Three days before the big day, the husband tested positive. Instead of postponing, he “attended” the reception as a life-size cardboard cutout and virtually on a screen. The story was so quirky that national news outlets picked it up, but it begs legitimate question: What do you do if you or someone in your wedding party gets COVID days before the wedding?