A bride and groom from Cornwall decided to scrap having a traditional wedding buffet and treated their guests to a huge Domino’s delivery instead.
The couple – from St Austell in Cornwall – Tom and Victoria Browne went against the norm and treated their wedding party to a plethora of pizza stating “[that they] just don’t do anything traditionally.”
Victoria’s hairdresser questioned whether or not they were actually going ahead with serving Domino’s pizza instead of a more traditional option but the bride and groom stuck to their word.
Although a quirky culinary choice for a wedding, the guests had nothing but praise for the couple’s outside the box buffet, and they were complimented throughout the day.
Guests lined up like dominoes for the bready banquet that consisted of 30 large pizzas, 20 boxes of chicken strips, 20 wedges, 20 garlic bread boxes and it was topped off with the classic garlic and herb dip.
Victoria, 26 and husband Tom, 29, were thrilled with their unique decision, after joking about ordering Domino’s pizza for their wedding for a while. But as it got closer to the big day they just decided to go for it.
“I was so paranoid about whether they were actually going to be able to do it that I went in the day before and said ‘are you are all aware of my order for tomorrow?’” Victoria said.
“People are still gobsmacked with it, people think that as a buffet you have to have like sandwiches and stuff and I don’t really like pasties and I’m not picking them because everyone else likes them.”
I can imagine after £350 worth of Domino’s pizza, the couple (and the wedding party) won’t want to see another Mighty Meaty again…
If pizza isn’t to your liking, check out this bride who was surprised with a chicken nugget bouquet on her wedding day.
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Beth is a Creative & Media Writing graduate from the University of Portsmouth and owner of the most adorable Sphynx cat. Beth enjoys squirting copious amounts of ketchup onto food it doesn’t belong on and has an acute knowledge of everything penguin related.