Keep your flowers, all I want this Valentine's Day is a chicken nugget bouquet. Loaded with McDonald's McNuggets, Wendy's spicy nuggets, french fries, and dipping sauces, an edible bouquet is a fun way to celebrate love. Using a food bouquet is nothing new; brides have been seen walking down the aisle on their big day with everything from donut bouquets to beef jerky bouquets. Personally, a huge bouquet of chicken nuggets sounds like the best way to celebrate.
One bride agrees. In 2019 Maid of Honor Jenna Spetz stood up to make a speech to newlyweds Adam Tyson and Blair Hardy. In honor of Blair becoming Blair Tyson, the Maid of Honor brought out a chicken nugget bouquet of Tyson chicken nuggets. But it didn't come without a little help from the Tyson Brand, who also catered dino nuggets for the wedding reception where the Dino-mite couple used them in an epic nugget toast. Tyson Foods also gave the happy couple a year's worth of Tyson Fun Nuggets along with a personal letter from the CEO to celebrate their wedding day
How to DIY a Chicken Nugget Bouquet
Making your own DIY chicken nugget bouquet only requires a few things and a bit of creativity
- Chicken nuggets
- Wrapping paper
- Bamboo skewers
You can either drive-thru your favorite chicken place or make some frozen chicken nuggets. It's completely up to you. Once the chicken tenders are cool, place one chicken tender on one bamboo skewer. Repeat the process with the remaining chicken nuggets. Wrap the bouquet in wrapping paper and present it to your cutie.
Add a little flair by adding french fries to the bouquet by sticking them with the bamboo skewers. As for the sauces, you can either tape them to the skewers or serve them alongside the bouquet.