Massachusetts couple revamp wedding for Patriots-Buccaneers big game


A couple from Foxborough, MA had planned their wedding day for Sunday long before the NFL decided to place Tom Brady’s epic comeback game in New England on the same date. “My phone exploded when the calendar came out,” said Cameron Williams. “Like 10 people text me right away saying ‘You’re kidding me! “” Williams and Melissa Almeida say when they set a date for their wedding they had no idea it would fall on the same day as the Patriots Buccaneers game. Their phones exploded with messages from concerned guests. Die-hard New England Patriots fans even tried to move their wedding date, but couldn’t. The soon-to-be-married couple have found another solution: to stream the game to a projector. from Sunday’s game against the Patriots, Almeida says she doesn’t worry about people focusing more on the game than having fun at her wedding. “The only way to see the projector screen is on the dance floor, so the only way for people to watch the game, to see the game, to be involved in the game is on the dance floor,” Almeida said. “We made a tactical placement with the wedding planner.” The couple even mentioned on their invites that the game would launch on their big day. Read more: The game brings fans from across America to Foxborough

A couple from Foxborough, MA had planned their wedding day for Sunday long before the NFL decided to place Tom Brady’s epic comeback game in New England on the same date.

“My phone blew up when the program came out,” said Cameron Williams. “Like 10 people text me right away saying ‘You’re kidding me!'”

Williams and Melissa Almeida say that by setting a date for their wedding, they didn’t know it would fall on the same day as the Patriots Buccaneers game.

Their phone exploded with messages from worried guests.

Hardcore New England Patriots fans even tried to move their wedding date, but couldn’t.

The soon-to-be-married couple found another solution – stream the game to a projector.

Fans cheer as Tom Brady arrives ahead of Sunday’s game against the Patriots

Almeida says she doesn’t worry about people focusing more on the game than having fun at her wedding.

“The only way to see the projector screen is on the dance floor, so the only way for people to watch the game, to see the game, to be involved in the game is on the dance floor,” Almeida said. “We made a tactical placement with the wedding planner.”

The couple even mentioned on their invitations that the game would launch on their big day.

Read more: The game brings fans from across America to Foxborough

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