Couple Organises Incredible Chicken Nugget Engagement Photoshoot
Everyone knows that chicken nuggets make the world go round (sorry vegans). The little golden pockets of deliciousness might not be the best thing for our health, but stuff it, they're too good not to eat by the dozen.
But if you think you're the ultimate fan then have a look at this couple who included the deep fried food in a very special moment.
Canadians Stephanie Blais and Brett Macoretta love chicken nuggets so much that they wanted to use them for their engagement photoshoot.
The photographer, Katie Silva, got a bunch of snaps of the happy couple feeding each other, laughing over how funny nuggets are and even getting groom-to-be to pretend to propose with the ring nestled amongst some chicken.
Who knows, maybe that's how the Hamilton native really did pop the question. We wouldn't be complaining.
Katie has told the Daily Mail: "When a client asks to include nuggets in their shoot, one does NOT say no to that.
"When Steph mentioned the nugget idea to me, I immediately had a vision come to mind. I wanted to give off the 'new parent' vibe to the shoot, only instead of welcoming a child, it was a nugget.
"I'm that photographer who will go to great extents and intentionally embarrass myself to get genuine laughs out of you. But with these guys - they had ME laughing the whole time."
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A quick look over Katie's Instagram page shows that she's very talented in getting that classic 'I love you' look from her clients - but this nugget photoshoot beats the rest of the pack by far.
In what will be brilliant news to their guests, Stephanie and Brett are apparently going to have a nugget bar at their wedding. Um, can we get an invite please?
The only way to top something like a chicken nugget section at a couple's nuptials would be handing out burgers, and, funnily enough, one couple did just that.
Nancy Mowad and her husband Andrew decided to arrange for 300 McDonald's cheeseburgers and 100 hamburgers for their 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 at first was a joke.
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.
"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."
We wouldn't have expected anything less. What a pair of LADs.
Featured Image Credit: Katie Marie Photography