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McDonald’s offers McWedding packages for McCouples

Chris Pastrick
McDonald’s in Hong Kong offers couples wedding packages, for as little as $380.

Talk about lovin’ it!

Couples looking for a quick hitch — not to mention a quick bite to eat — might consider saying their “I Dos” under the golden arches.

That’s right, McDonald’s has wedding packages for the hungry bride and groom. And it will set you back only about $380.

Of course, the McWeddings are available only in Hong Kong. So there’s that.

But for those up for a destination wedding, here’s what you can get.

The Happiness Party — going for $2,999 in Hong Kong dollars — lets you and your spouse-to-be rent out the restaurant for two hours. McDonald’s will provide decorations, gifts for up to 20 guests, invitations and thank-you notes (only 20), a balloon arch, a special gift for the bride and groom, and a master of ceremonies.


But maybe you want to splurge (it’s your wedding day, after all). If so, you can upgrade to the Love Forever package, which will set you back about $1,275. With that, you add in another 30 invites and thank yous, customized games and a tiered apple pie wedding cake. Because McDonald’s apple pie.

As the restaurant puts it on the Hong Kong website: “Everything will be taken care of by McDonald’s. All you need to do is to be there and enjoy the moment of your lifetime.”

If you are curious what a McWedding would look like, YouTuber Safiya Nygaard and her fiancé Tyler took the plunge, and, of course, posted it to YouTube.

Chris Pastrick is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Chris at 412-320-7898, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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