The couple will tuck into a McDonald's meal before joining their guests
An engaged couple are planning a rather unusual wedding feast after they exchange their vows in Cornwall.
Alice Clark, 26, and 25-year-old fiance Terry Speller, from St Austell, will head to McDonalds in Penryn, before returning to their reception.
When Ms Clark told her fiance she "wasn't keen" on a buffet after their June nuptials, he suggested going to McDonald's instead.
"There's a few reasons, but basically I'm fussy," she said.
So the couple will be chauffeur-driven straight from their wedding at the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth to the burger bar before joining their guests at the formal reception.
"Terry was joking, but I said let's do it," she said.
"It'll be a busy day and at least this will give us a chance to have ten minute to ourselves.
"Mind you, my brother and his fiancee have decided it's a great idea, so they're coming with us."
A McDonald's spokeperson said the restaurant was "proud" to be the happy couple's destination of choice.
"We all know that weddings can be stressful and we're glad that the simple good value and great taste of our food is going to take some of the hassle out of their special day," he said.
He added the largest wedding order McDonald's has had was for 350 Fillet-o-Fish meals at its restaurant in Rushall, Walsall last October.
"Some brides worry about how they look and what they eat, but I've told Terry he's marrying me and not an image," said Ms Clark.