Couple Hand Out Hundreds Of McDonald's Cheeseburgers At Wedding To Surprise Guests

We've all been there. It's late in the evening, our feet are hurting from dancing all night and we're absolutely starving.

One couple have all bases covered and it's the stuff of dreams.

Nancy Mowad and her husband Andrew decided to arrange for 300 McDonald's cheeseburgers and 10 hamburgers for their 450 guests, as a treat after a six course meal.

The pair, who are both 26, paid AUD $1,000 (£540/$770 USD) for their order which the popular fast food chain thought was a joke.

It was arranged in advance of their wedding day on April 15 and the venue they hired took the company van to pick up the special delivery.

Nancy, a senior account manager, told LADbible: "We both love McDonald's and knew how much our guests would love it so we just said let's do it.

Credit: Nancy Mowad
Credit: Nancy Mowad

"Every time we leave a wedding we go for a maccas run so we thought let's bring the maccas run to us and our guests. Everyone absolutely loved it.

"The crowed erupted when the McDonald's came out. It was just under $1000."

We wouldn't have expected anything less. What a pair of LADs.

Nancy met Andrew, an electrician and businessman, in 2012 and they began dating in 2014.

Credit: Nancy Mowad
Credit: Nancy Mowad

The couple from New South Wales in Australia, got married at Miramare Gardens, in Terrey Hills, over the weekend.

Nancy added: "The McDonald's was planned way in advance it was something we have always wanted to do to surprise our guests.

"We were definitely not hungry, the food was absolutely amazing and there was more than enough as it was a very large, very satisfying six course meal.

"The McDonald's is about 10 minutes from the venue and our venue took their company van to go pick it up for us.

Credit: Nancy Mowad
Credit: Nancy Mowad

"We got 300 cheeseburgers and 10 hamburgers because Andrews best friend can't eat cheese so we had to cater for him too.

"Our wedding venue organised the whole thing but I think McDonald's thought we were joking. We are told one of the staff said 'do we really have to make 300?'

"The McDonald's was so fresh when I took my first bite I couldn't believe it I was not expecting that after making 300 cheeseburgers they would be that fresh and yummy.

"It has been crazy we both can not believe how much this has blown up we were not expecting this."

Well this could be dangerous for wedding organisers across the planet. McDonald's, brace yourselves.

Featured Image Credit: Nancy Mowad

Rebecca Shepherd

Rebecca Shepherd is a Journalist at LADbible. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class BA in Journalism. Becky previously worked as Chief Reporter at Cavendish Press, supplying news and feature stories to national newspapers and women's magazines.

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