A Michigan couple’s wedding celebrated not only their own love — but also their love for Donald Trump.
Jeff and Audra Johnson got married in Kalamazoo, Mich. on July 4 in a “Make America Great Again”-themed ceremony.
According to Fox 17 West Michigan, the Johnsons went all out, sparing no detail for the event, and made sure they had everything from MAGA hats for their guests to “don’t tread on me” cufflinks for the groomsmen.
“It looked like America threw up all over my wedding,” Johnson told the channel. “And I’m not sorry.”
The bride’s wedding dress, which was a custom-designed original, took the spotlight. She thanked the fashion designer in an Instagram post which showed off the bold red letters down the front of her dress.
“The dress is actually an Andre Soriano original," Johnson told Fox 17. “It’s actually made out of a MAGA flag.”
Her dress wasn’t the only thing that got attention. The bride also posted an image of her American flag nails and wedding ring on Instagram, tagging “party like it’s 1776,” which is the year the Declaration of Independence was issued.
According to Fox 17, each reception table at the event housed a petition for an anti-abortion bill for guests to sign.
Audra told the station that she hasn’t always been a politically inclined person, and was inspired when Donald Trump took office and “came out and said it’s OK to love your country,” and “it’s OK to put the people in your country first and to not be politically correct.”
The West Michigan station also reports that even though the wedding was MAGA-themed, the couple welcomed everyone — the bride’s maid-of-honor was a Democrat.
“We were gonna do our photos with the Trump hats and she said, ‘You know I love you, but I can’t wear the Trump hat,'" Johnson told them. "I said, ‘It’s OK. It’s OK. Just wear a red hat. We still love you. We can have completely different opinions about everything and still love each other.”
However, not everyone was happy with the theme. The groom’s father refused to attend, and texted the couple “As long as you support that racist in the White House, I won’t be attending your wedding,” according to Fox 17.
The bride added to the station that her own brother disowned her for her strong beliefs, but she’s happy about the attention the wedding and her opinions are getting. “If they’re talking about it you’re at least getting them to think about it,” she told Fox 17.
Audra and Jeff did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s requests for comment.
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