This Wedding Bouquet Is Made Out Of Bacon!

Bacon Wedding

A bridal bouquet made entirely out of bacon rolled into the shape of roses and a matching bacon rosette boutonniere were just two stand-out details from Iowa couple Tricia Snider and Tom Watson’s wedding over the weekend that you kind of have to see to believe. The two were married at the Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival (yes, this exists!) during the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. At the end of the ceremony, the two exchanged vows “in good times and bacon.”

They aren’t the only ones to marry surrounded by bacon. Earlier last summer,  Adrienne Dunvan and Eddie Quinones also celebrated their wedding with bridesmaid bacon bouquets, a wedding cake decorated with sugar bacon and served up a bundt-shaped groom’s cake covered in bacon. Photos below!

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