LEANNE ITALIE Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Guests are jittery, travel is tangled, and soon-to-be brides and grooms are facing tough choices because of the coronavirus outbreak: postpone, cancel or forge ahead with their weddings? Uncertainty as virus cases grow in the U.S. and elsewhere has sent ripples through the wedding industry, from photographers and caterers to harried wedding planners and venues. "So much extra stress," said 26-year-old bride Hayley Pass in Saddle Brook, New Jersey. "After all this planning it's like, really, we're going to postpone? We just really want it to happen but it seems like the worst is yet to come." She and her fiance had 155 confirmed guests for their March 22 nuptials in Cedar Grove, New Jersey, with a handful of cancellations due to virus f
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