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This Bride's Doughnut Bouquet Is a Wedding Win


The perfect way to ensure that a wedding will be sweet

An Australian bride is an internet sensation after a video of the bride and her bridesmaids carrying doughnut bouquets went viral.

An Australian bride walked down the aisle at her wedding ceremony carrying a bouquet made exclusively with doughnuts. The arrangement, a spray of various doughnuts and doughnut holes coated in white icing, was crafted for especially for Paige Kirk's nuptials by Dessert Boxes, a boutique gift company located in Sydney.

However, the bride was not the only one holding the carb-heavy bouquet — the 23-year-old surprised all of her bridesmaids with their own sweet creations to carry during the nuptials.

The video of Kirk, the bridesmaids, and their whimsical doughnut bouquets was an instant success online. The now-viral video has over 5,000 views and counting on the Dessert Boxes Instagram account.

The Australian bride is totally on-trend with her food-based bouquet.

Olive Garden Is offering a printable patterned cone to hold a breadstick bouquet should you want one for your wedding. Red Lobster had a tutorial for a cheddar bay biscuit bouquet too.

Want your own edible bouquet? Here are some edible wedding arrangement ideas for the food-obsessed bride.


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


This Bride Was Surprised With A Chicken Nugget Bouquet On Her Big Day

By this point, it feels like we've seen all the crazy food bouquets the internet has to offer, but a woman actually gifted her cousin one of these impractical displays on her big day and now my world has been blown open.

The newlyweds, Adam and Blair Tyson, were gifted the bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets (. get it?) during a bridesmaid&rsquos toast. Blair's cousin was giving a cheeky lil nod to her friend's new last name with the gesture, if you can tell from the below pics. And from the looks of it, the bride was more excited than the groom to take a bite out of this edible arrangement.

Jenna Spetz was the maid of honor who surprised the bride with the entirely edible nugget bouquet on her wedding day (and shared them on her Instagram for all the world to enjoy).

The two ladies seem to have had a blast while the wedding toast was being given, as did another bridesmaid who held up a dinosaur shaped nugget during the speech.

Spetz reached out to Tyson (the chicken company) prior to the wedding to see if she could pull something off. She was super surprised when they replied back with a letter offering the couple a year's worth of nuggets and a few pieces of marriage advice.

But. we still have some questions. Did the bride actually eat the nuggets and run the risk of getting a stain of her favorite dipping sauce on her white dress? Did she throw the chicken bouquet in lieu of her flower one for that old tradition? Was this a DIY or was it a gift from Tyson to the new Tysons??

No matter the answers, it looks like the chicken nugget bouquet was a hit. Congratulations to the happy couple!


Watch the video: A donut wedding bouquet (January 2022).