Internet Falls in Love With Bride Eating Burger in Wedding Dress at Minnesota Wild Hockey Game

Internet Falls in Love With Bride Eating Burger in Wedding Dress at Minnesota Wild Hockey Game (ABC News)

Video of a newlywed bride scarfing down a cheeseburger in her wedding dress at a Minnesota Wild hockey game is making rounds on the Internet.

Jumbotron footage of the groom, Lewis Blake, wiping tomato juice from his bride Erica Skuta's chin with a napkin as she ate a burger in her white dress has been viewed over 35,000 times on YouTube and over 15,000 times on Facebook as of this afternoon.

Though Skuta told the Star Tribune that she was "freaked" out and "terrified" when she first learned she was eating a cheeseburger in her wedding dress on TV, the couple has since embraced the fame and positive reaction.

Several comments on the viral video include, "This is the most Minnesotan thing ever" and "She's a total keeper.....Wild fan, loves burgers, wants to go to the game on her wedding night ... and she's stunning! Congrats you two!"

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The hockey lovers rushed to the game after their wedding and reception, just a few hours before.

Blake, a New Zealand resident, told the Star Tribune he had actually hoped to get on the Jumbotron by holding up a sign reading, "I flew 8,044 miles from New Zealand to be at this game (and to get married)," but it looks like his bride stole the spotlight.

"I know how lucky I am," Blake said. Explaining that, Skuta actually arranged for him to go see a Minnesota Wild practice usually closed to the public as a wedding gift.

Skuta and Blake did not immediately respond to ABC News' requests for additional comment. The Star Tribune reported the couple planned on spending their honeymoon hiking and sightseeing along the Minnesota-Canada border.

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