KFC can now provide a fried chicken theme for your wedding

But there’s a catch

Updated on 12 September 2019

KFC can now provide a fried chicken theme for your wedding

KFC has launched a new competition offering to provide the chicken-themed wedding of dreams to a batch of newlyweds.

The fast food giant is offering to provide the catering for six lucky couple’s big days, entirely free of charge. Wondering what a KFC catered wedding would look like? Well, it will involve freshly cooked Kentucky Fried Chicken for up to 200 guests, as well as a celebrant decked out in KFC-style garms, KFC decorations and a photo booth to capture all those special moments.

Eschewing the traditional sit-down dinner favoured by most couples, the KFC weddings will instead see chicken served in the traditional buckets from a food truck. Although KFC will make sure all of your guests are fed, the winning couples will still need to provide every other aspect of the big day, including a venue (that can accommodate a food truck), the dress, the cake, the wedding rings and of course, the alcohol.

To apply, chicken-loving couples simply have to fill out an application form explaining why they love chicken so much and what a KFC-themed wedding would mean to them. Perhaps you first met your spouse in-store over a Zinger Tower, or your beloved proposed by hiding the ring on the end of a chicken wing? Whatever your reason for wanting KFC present at your wedding, you just need to let them know – and make it good.

The catch? KFC has currently only rolled out the competition across its Australian branches, so UK residents may have to wait a while yet before being able to have the KFC wedding of their wildest fantasies. Nonetheless, KFC’s UK arm does offering catering for events, so maybe if you give them enough notice, they’ll be happy to turn up to your nuptials with fried chicken buckets for all.

If you’re not planning on a destination wedding in Australia, console yourself with these 13 finger-licking good fried chicken restaurants in London.