For some people, the wedding of their dreams might take place on a secluded beach or in a picturesque chapel. But for one couple, their dream wedding was in an ALDI store in Illinois.
Newlyweds Michael Hurd and Jessica Bojanowski didn't have to maneuver their way past crowds of shoppers to say "I do." The unique wedding took place at ALDI's model location in Batavia, Illinois, as part of the supermarket's Happily Ever ALDI contest.
To be considered for the contest, the couple had to share a short essay about their loving bond. They revealed that ALDI has a crucial role in their relationship.
"Getting married at ALDI feels like a dream come true," the Southgate, Michigan, couple told People. "It has always been a key part of our relationship. We work opposite schedules, so weekends are the only time we get to really see each other. We've always cherished our Sunday morning ALDI shopping dates. It's something we look forward to doing together each week."
Despite being held at such an unusual location, the wedding included all the special touches one would expect to see—just ALDI versions of them. There were custom ALDI-themed hors d’oeuvres, a signature cocktail, an ALDI shopping cart-themed wedding cake, ALDI wedding favors, and more.
In addition to the all-expenses-paid wedding, ALDI also gifted the couple with free groceries for a year along with shopping carts full of products.
This leaves us wondering, where do you honeymoon after your ALDI wedding?
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