Your Wedding Reception At McDonalds?

What’s that again? McDonalds?! Yep. Hong Kong will be the first city in the world to roll out McDonald’s nuptial packages for couples starting January 1 next year.

The package has all the details to attract a wedding banquet cynic or a Golden Arches obsessive: a baked apple pie wedding cake, dress made out of party balloons, kiddie party favors for guests, and of course, catering by McDonald’s.

Alcohol is banned to make sure there would not be drunk party guests acting inappropriately at the family venue, so newly weds will have to toast their union with soft drinks instead. Glad to know they have that rule.

The cost will be a few thousand Hong Kong dollars, depending on what guests order on the spot. It is unlikely that the couple will be able to book the entire restaurant for their wedding, but at that price, who cares if there are babies screaming in the booth next doors?

The idea came about when one couple who met and dated at McDonald’s held their wedding party at the Admiralty branch this year, according to McDonald’s Hong Kong director of corporate communications and relations Helen Cheung.

McDonald’s Hong Kong will also be accepting bookings for engagement parties and wedding anniversary parties starting today. McDonald’s nuptial parties are only available at their Admiralty, Mei Foo and Smithfield branches for the time being, but the management will consider other venues if feedback is enthusiastic.

I guess if people are also more conscious on budget, McDonalds offers a cheaper alternative than the lavish hotels that people have come to expect. (Photo by McDonalds HK)

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2 thoughts on “Your Wedding Reception At McDonalds?

  1. so good. Nice photo!

  2. i actually saw a short documentary about a couple who decided to have their wedding reception at McDonalds. the couple said that it was really fun and extraordinary.

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