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Toilet Paper Wedding Dress, Times Square Wedding

Dec 19, 2007

Jennifer Cannon and Doy Nichols of Lexington, Ky., plan to get married today in a public restroom in Times Square NYC.  The wedding ceremony will take place at the temporary, free public Charmin Public restrooms, which are installed each year in Times Square for the New Year’s festivities. 

The bride will wear a wedding gown fashioned from glue, tape and Charmin Ultra Soft bathroom tissue.  The highly detailed wedding gown was designed by Hannah Kim, winner of the 2007 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress contest, sponsored by www.cheap-chic-weddings.com .  Each year, they hold a contest for the best toilet paper wedding gown, with the winner receiving a 500.00 prize.

Now, how’s that for an eco-friendly and highly economical wedding gown?  Would any readers actually consider a dress like this for their own wedding?

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