Hero Delivery Driver Saves Wedding By Delivering Ring To Beach Ceremony

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Savannah Kulenic and Dylan Perkins, a couple from Raleigh, North Carolina, had to cancel their wedding in Hawaii, honeymoon, and other celebrations.

Thankfully, a five-person ceremony at a family member’s beach home on the North Carolina coast was arranged.

But there was another problem.

They ended up having to wait until the last minute for the groom’s wedding band.

Due to the pandemic, the company that handles the band hat to be shut down, but just in time the company reopened and agreed to send the band overnight.

The ceremony was scheduled for 3 pm, but another problem came.

The wedding ring was set to arrive by 4:30 pm.

A post from the Seaside Topsail Photography said:

We had to leave a note on the front door to ask if he would bring the ring down to the beach. We began the ceremony on the beach and at the end of the ceremony, my friend, Brandy, yelled, ‘Look! It’s the FedEx man.’ This sweet man came running down the sand, waving the package… This should be a FedEx commercial.

In a picture that they shared, Kulenic could be seen watching the employee, who was working for FedEx, running down the beach.

*UPDATE – I have great news to share! Thanks to a sweet friend, this story will be shared on a local news channel. …

Posted by Amy Fowler Shores on Wednesday, 15 April 2020

In another picture, she could be seen taking the package from his hands.

On April 15, 2020, Amy Fowler Shores, a photographer, shared a post on Facebook and said that FedEx is searching for the employee who did the sweet and amazing act.

Luckily a news agency identified the driver.

WNCN-TV confirmed that the driver is Joe Engel.

Engle said he was so happy that he did not ruin the last marriage of the couple.

Posted by Amy Fowler Shores on Wednesday, 15 April 2020

During an interview with the news agency, he said:

I’m so happy that they had a great wedding and I didn’t ruin it by being the last-minute ring bearer.

We needed this news, especially with what’s going on in the world right now.

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