Bridal bouquet pays homage to new last name

Bridal bouquet pays homage to new last name

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After exchanging "I do's" and whose last name was about to become Tyson, one bride was gifted with a special treat.

The world has seen some clever bridal bouquets, but one maid of honor decided to give her bride one last sendoff; a bouquet of chicken nuggets. Tyson foods CEO awarded the couple with a year's worth of Tyson fun nuggets and threw in a clever letter saying, "always begin and end each day with kisses and nugs."

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