Couple Throw A KFC-Themed Wedding And It's Finger-Lickin' Good
Kate and Harrison Cann from Toowoomba, Queensland, had their entire wedding designed by food giants KFC, after beating 2,000 entrants in a competition.
The lavish ceremony was a chicken lover's paradise, featuring personalised red-and-white striped buckets laden with Kentucky fried goodness, an onsite food truck, photo booth, and a KFC-themed cake.
Even the confetti was sprinkled out of on-brand red buckets.
The couple are the first people in the world to experience KFC's wedding service, which launched in 2019. Scooping the prize in a Finger Lickin' Good competition, they beat fellow competitors with a personalised version of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme tune, all about their love for each another.
For the smitten newly-weds - who had their first date at a KFC restaurant in 2017 - the bespoke service was everything they wanted.
"We're over the moon to have been selected for the first ever KFC Wedding and having the Colonel present on our big day took us back to the first meal we shared together," said Kate and Harrison, who had the wedding theme under wraps until the big day.
"Our friends and family were stunned when they arrived to find out it was actually our wedding day - and not just any wedding but a KFC wedding."
Would a KFC wedding be a dream come true for you and your partner? Well, the good news is that the foodie chain plan to roll out the service for other couples.
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KFC Australia's CMO Kristi Woolrych said: "We're delighted to see Kate and Harrison get married and celebrate their love for each other over a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken with their nearest and dearest.
"We hope it's a day they will remember for the rest of their lives. We can't wait to see the next lucky couples have their very own KFC Wedding."
And in the meantime, you could always enter this competition to become a professional chicken taster for KFC.
One lucky chicken fiend will get the chance to model in an all-expenses-paid photoshoot, becoming the mascot for KFC's latest campaign.
Fancy yourself a strong candidate? To enter, applicants need to tweet KFC, telling them why they have the skills to be the face of KFC in no more than 280 characters.
Remember to use the tag @KFC_UKI and use the hashtag #KFCFryerMe.
The deadline for entry is 8th March 2020.
Featured Image Credit: KFC
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