Their preparations have been different to the average groom and bride-to-be.
They included a fortnight of quarantine, travelling on a bicycle for dress fittings, and navigating a near-abandoned airport.
But Sligo native Deirdre McGettrick and her Australian fiancé Ray Wright will make history on Monday, when they become one of the first couples in Ireland to tie the knot in front of guests during the pandemic.
Thousands of would-be brides and grooms were forced to postpone their nuptials during the Covid-19 restrictions, which have been in place for more than three months.
But under the Government's newly revised roadmap for reopening Ireland's economy and society, indoor weddings with up to 50 people will be allowed from this coming Monday, June 29.
When Ms McGettrick and Mr Wright were initially planning their wedding for that date a year ago, they were going to invite 80 guests and hold their reception in the ballroom at Lough Rynn Castle in Co Leitrim.
It is the same venue where former Ireland rugby captain Brian O'Driscoll and actor Amy Huberman got married.
However, Covid-19 and everything that followed changed all that, but the celebrations will still go ahead.
Instead, the couple will say "I do" in front of 16 guests at a ceremony in Ballymote, where Ms McGettrick grew up, and will have their wedding breakfast at Lough Rynn Castle's restaurant.
Rather than postpone the wedding, the pair decided to push ahead with their plans for the big day, albeit without their original bridesmaids and groomsmen and Mr Wright's Australian family.
His family will instead watch the ceremony as it is live-streamed from the church's Facebook page.
Ms McGettrick (32) said: "We looked at whether we should cancel the wedding, but we would have lost our deposit. And because we had invited people from around the world, we had no idea when they would be able to travel again, so it was easier just to make the call to have it now."
Mr Wright's two groomsmen, who live in Hong Kong and New York respectively, were unable to travel to Ireland.
Instead, Ms McGettrick's brother will now be Mr Wright's best man, and his wife will be Ms McGettrick's bridesmaid.
Ms McGettrick, a former investment banker with HSBC, lives with her fiancé in London. They first laid eyes on each other at the Epsom Derby in 2015.
In February 2019, they got engaged and launched the website for Kuldea, the furniture search engine they founded together after quitting their corporate jobs.
The couple have been self-isolating for the past fortnight in a relative's Dublin apartment ahead of the wedding, having flown home from a near-empty Gatwick Airport on June 13.
"The airport was completely deserted, with all the shops, cafés and lounges closed," Ms McGettrick said.
"It was like a scene out of '28 Days Later'."
When the entrepreneur had to attend her dress fitting in central London six weeks ago, she was reluctant to use public transport - so she didn't.
She didn't drive there, either. Instead, she spent two hours cycling to and from the fitting.
"When I went to collect the dress two weeks later, I was asked to bring my wedding shoes, but I didn't have any so I had to use what was in my wardrobe," Ms McGettrick said.
"I felt a bit sad because it would have been nice to do those things with my mother or my friends. But in the end, we just want to get married and that's all that really matters."