KFC Is Getting Into The Wedding Planning Game, So Who Wants To Marry Me?
People may dream about their perfect wedding but if your dreams don’t involve buckets of finger lickin’ fried chicken, you’re doing it wrong.
KFC, the fine dining choice of hungover Aussies, is launching a wedding planning service and we are 👏 here 👏 for 👏 it. We think? Honestly, it’s a lot to think about.
Okay who is gunna marry me so we can have a KFC wedding? Hands up pls. pic.twitter.com/j5jokYK9VW
— witch bitch (@kassi_klower) September 10, 2019
The weddings will come complete with a KFC food truck, a KFC-themed celebrant (if it’s not someone dressed up as the Colonel, we riot), a KFC photo booth, custom KFC buckets and musical entertainment.
Some people aren’t on board with the news:
Just casually announcing the end of civilisation, courtesy of the newly launched KFC Weddings pic.twitter.com/VcZEoUOkbc
— Jacqueline Maley (@JacquelineMaley) September 10, 2019
But personally, my main complaint with weddings is that there’s not enough food, and that I don’t want to be there. So nugs and wings can only make the situation better.
If this is the vibe you want when you say “I do”, you can apply on the KFC Weddings website. They’re only giving away six of the big days, and the winners will be chosen based on the originality, creative merit and independent expression of the entries.
Damn, we would have never eloped if we knew KFC did weddings
— Cam Williams (@MrCamW) September 11, 2019
“Over the years we’ve seen some amazing Facebook comments and have heard of some incredible proposals from fans taking place in our restaurants in Australia and around the world,” said Nikki Lawson, the Managing Director at KFC Australia. “Seeing these we thought bucket, let’s create a KFC Wedding service! We think it’s important that this isn’t just a one-off affair and that as many of our fans have the chance to get a KFC Wedding – so we’re making this available for eight months as a genuine service for anyone living in Australia.”
What did we do to deserve KFC?