There is nothing uncommon when a man and a woman get married in July, except when it is a marriage between two people with Down Syndrome. As ABC News reports, the world hasn't seen many marriages like the one that was prepared for Carrie Bergeron, 29, and Sujeet Desai, 25, of Rome, New York. They would have two weddings, Hindu and Christian, and two magical celebrations. But more importantly, they were bringing their families, a community, their religions and a cause along with them - a cause that could have kept them apart. When they fell in love, their families, social workers and community united to create a plan that would enable the couple to marry, a rarity for people with Down Syndrome, who rely on others to care for their basic needs. This "20/20" show contains the following additional story: Katrina: Where Things StandThis product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.