Earlier this month, FedEx delivery driver Joe Engel was captured in a photo the moment he handed a package carrying the groom's ring to bride Savannah Perkins on the beach.
Engel, who said it was just a normal day for him on his route, said he saw a note on the door of the home he was delivering to that said the rings were inside the package that he had and that the couple was on the beach.
"Once I figured out a way to get to the beach, I saw a group of people standing there and they were doing their wedding ceremony," Engel told "Good Morning America." "They noticed me pretty quickly and I can hear them say, 'Oh, it's the FedEx man!' and they were so excited."
"He went out of his way completely because he could have easily just kept going on that day and not dropped the package and moved forward with his route," said Perkins. "He really went above and beyond."
Like many brides in the age of coronavirus, Perkins, who spent most of 2019 planning her wedding after she and her husband, Dylan, got engaged on New Year's Eve, had to change her wedding plans due to social distancing orders.
"I had always planned to get married on a beach, so we planned to actually elope in Hawaii and we were going on a 10-day Hawaii cruise to Kona, Maui, Kauai and Hilo," she explained. "And then the game plan was to come home and be welcomed by all of our friends and family."
Perkins said she had planned to get married in April to mark her and Dylan's five-year anniversary, which would be April 10. And despite the quick turn of events leading her to postpone her big celebration with loved ones to next year, Perkins said she was determined to still get married.
After going through her options, she settled on getting married on the beach in Surf City where her aunt has a house because weddings were still being permitted there at the time for groups of 10 people. She bought a dress in Wilmington and ordered a ring for Dylan from Harlin Diamonds, which they were able to send overnight without charge.
The day of her wedding, Perkins said she tracked the delivery, which wasn't going to arrive until after her ceremony. So her photographer wrote a note on a piece of paper for the delivery person with the instructions that led Engel to make sure Perkins safely received the rings.
The photos of that moment have received a lot of attention online with many praising Engel for his work as a delivery guy and congratulating Perkins on her marriage.
As many brides are forced to change their plans amid the coronavirus pandemic, Perkins offered some advice after going through it herself.
"At the end of the day, I think if you want to do it, you do it," she said. "Don't worry about the extravagance of it. At the end of the day, all that matters is you and your person."
ABC News' Jeff Costello contributed to this report.