Our religion in love and ever lasting relationships that beat the percentages acquired re-instilled as YouTube’s influencer couple, Shane Burcaw and Hannah Aylward, broke another stigma with their interabled marriage final week. The duo has been documenting their interabled relationship, on their YouTube channel Squirmy and Grubs, for 4 years earlier than they lastly acquired married on September 4 and shared dreamy footage from their yard wedding.
Their YouTube channel highlights how they navigate via their relationship when one companion is otherwise-abled whereas the opposite one shouldn’t be. Dropping the information for followers on Instagram, the lovebirds shared a slew of images from their intimate wedding.
Burcaw shared within the caption, “What Made Me Smile This Week? I married my best friend. On Friday, September 4th, Hannah and I tied the knot and became husband and wife! (sic)”. Elaborating in regards to the ceremony amid COVID-19 restrictions, he added, “It was a private backyard ceremony that we conducted over Zoom with our officiant. Certainly not the wedding we originally imagined, but it was a beautiful moment filled with the most important thing: our love for each other (sic).”
Their vibrant footage have been sufficient to ascertain that the couple was “beyond happy and smiling a whole lot.” Aylward too gushed about their large day in Minneapolis, Minnesota and wrote, “I married the love of my life. It wasn’t the big gathering we had always planned on having, but it was perfect (sic).”
Before sharing their wedding video on YouTube, the bride who now goes by the title Hannah Burcaw, added, “Shane and I can’t wait to celebrate with our families in person when it’s safe, but for now, we’re husband and wife!!!! And that’s the most important part. I’m incredibly lucky to now be married to the greatest guy I know. (sic)”
While there was an outpour of help and congratulatory messages, since we don’t dwell on a unicorn island and life shouldn’t be seen via rose tinted glasses, the couple’s marriage too had some netizens calling it a “joke” and “photo shopped” enterprise. Hannah Burcaw nevertheless, shut up the trolls completely.
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If the past two years of having a YouTube channel have taught me anything, it’s that you’re never going to be able to educate everyone. No matter what you do, some people will just never come around. Worrying about these people’s opinions is a waste of time, and as time has gone on, it’s become so much easier to genuinely have no internal reaction to comments like these. A few years ago, reading words like these was painful. For a while, I held onto the idea that once Shane and I were married, all the people doubting our relationship would realize it was real. Now, of course, I’m not that naive. Although it’s taken time, I’m able to completely dismiss people like this. Shane and I continue to make content and share our story with the hopes of showing as many people as we can that disabled people are worthy partners. Comments like these only encourage us to continue! We’re so grateful for all of the people that our story has managed to reach in a positive way.
Their wedding video has already damaged YouTube with over 1.2 million views whereas nonetheless going sturdy earlier than they put out a “serious response” in another video on whether or not their wedding was pretend. Name a cuter couple, we’ll wait.