Hundreds say 'I do' in Times Square despite freezing temps

- On this Valentine's Day, love was in the air. As was the freezing cold. But that didn't stop hundreds from saying I do in Times Square

In these frigid, record breaking cold temperatures, they definitely needed all the heat they could get..
Yet, the cold sidewalk still the prefect spot to be on bended knee

Sunday was the coldest Valentine's Day in New York City in almost a century.
But Katie Bido and Jordan Abidin who got married in the cold outdoors on Sunday told us nothing can cool the feelings they have for one another..

“I feel like I'm in Antarctica” Kate said.

Sure, bride Katie had on more accessories than she initially planned, but her guests were certainly not as comfortable as they normally would be.
But this was still her dream wedding.

“If this isn't love, than I don't know what is” Kate told us.

Very true.
And while these high school sweethearts had a long road before their more than brisk wedding, there's always the honeymoon

Times Square wasn't as busy as it normally is.. Most people were heeding the warnings and staying in, which is definitely not a bad way to spend Valentine's Day..
 

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