Two Tennessee couples held their weddings at a White Castle restaurant after entering an annual contest held by the fast-food chain.
Jennifer Walker and Noble Holden of Nashville were married Sunday morning at the Nolensville Pike White Castle, which was temporary converted into a wedding chapel and reception hall, and Todd Edison and Jaimee Baker of Dickson County held their nuptials at the eatery in the afternoon, The (Nashville) Tennessean reported Monday.
The couples were chosen from hundreds of essay submissions, White Castle said.
"We entered the contest but didn't think we'd win," Edison said. "It's like the lottery. You play knowing the odds are against you, but you hope to win in the back of your head. This worked for us. We're not traditional. We're off the path."
Walker and Holden said White Castle was an important destination when they first started dating and Walker's mother worked at the eatery before she was born.
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