Category: Wedding Themes

Subway superfans have sandwich-themed wedding and serve subs to guests

This couple had a Subway-inspired wedding (Picture: Subway)

It makes sense to combine the bride and groom’s common interests on their wedding day.

And that’s what couple Grace Tran and Davies Duong did on their big day.

The pair, from Sydney, Australia, realised their mutual love for sandwich chain Subway and decided to incorporate their affinity to the brand into their nuptials.

Grace and Davies gathered in front of 100 of their closest friends in Sydney as they said ‘I do’.

Naturally, they wanted the ‘third member of their relationship’ – Subway to be part of the whole thing.

The bouquet was decorated with the wrapper used for the sandwiches and the cake was inspired by the brand’s signature colours.

Hearing about the fans, the brand supplied hundreds of sandwiches and cookies to serve on the big day.

Subway sent in hundreds of subs, cookies and even a custom-made cake
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Princess Eugenie Shares Never-Before-Seen Photos from Her Wedding Day on Second Anniversary

a man and a woman in a wedding dress: Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank

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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are celebrating their second wedding anniversary!

On Oct. 12, 2018, Eugenie and Jack wed at St.George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle with a lavish two-day celebration with friends and family, including her grandmother Queen Elizabeth.

To celebrate, Eugenie posted her first Instagram Reel that included a montage of nine photos of her and Jack, including three never-before-seen images from their wedding day and a cute one of the couple posing among snowy mountains with penguins in the background. The montage is set to London Grammar’s “Baby It’s You.”

She also shared a sweet message to her husband of two years. “Been the best 2 years married to you and 10 years with you in total…happy memories always my dear Jack,” she wrote.

This year, the happy couple has even more to celebrate as Eugenie announced

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Subway super-fans tie the knot with a sub-theme wedding cake and bouquet

Subway super-fans tie the knot with a themed green wedding cake and wrapper bouquet – and treat their 100 guests to the store’s sandwiches and a ‘cookie bar’ for dessert

  • Subway fans Grace Tran and Davies Duong tied the knot in Sydney on October 10
  • The event for 100 people was catered by the Subway team with sandwiches
  • They also included a cookie bar for guests to dine on their famous dessert treat
  • Grace carried a bouquet of flowers wrapped in Subway’s iconic sandwich paper 

An Australian couple who have been obsessed with Subway since they met seven years ago have tied the knot with the restaurant’s famous subs and cookies, as well as a themed cake.

Grace Tran and Davies Duong said ‘I do’ on October 10 in Sydney

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This Food-Themed Mechanical Keyboard Looks Delicious

Artisan keycap maker Tiny created this “Smorgasboard,” a keyboard full of food-themed keycaps, over the course of 11 months. The design for each one is inspired by the letter or symbol it corresponds to, such as a stack of waffles for “W” or a chocolate bar for the period key (get it?)

Artisan keycap maker Tiny created this “Smorgasboard,” a keyboard full of food-themed keycaps, over the course of 11 months. The design for each one is inspired by the letter or symbol it corresponds to, such as a stack of waffles for “W” or a chocolate bar for the period key (get it?)
Screenshot: Tiny | YouTube

Even though I’ve been writing about video games and tech for a while now, there are still some subjects that I feel like I should have strong opinions on by now that I just…don’t. Mechanical keyboards, for example. I own one myself, sure. I asked for it as a wedding present solely because it’s pastel pink and, let’s face it, I’m nothing if not a basic bitch at heart. But if you asked me what kind of switches I’ve been tapping away at for over a year now, you’d get a blank stare

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Noses out of joint as phones banned at society wedding of the year

The party continues on Sunday with the couple hosting a post-wedding washup aboard Sydney superyacht Quantum.

However, more than a few noses are out of joint after the couple imposed a strict technology ban forbidding the use of phones and the taking of photos.

Emerald City is told some guests have taken drastic measures to ensure they’re able to capture happy snaps at the event by hiring a personal photographer to follow them around.

Efron’s squeeze keeps a low-profile online
She’s the talk of Australia and the envy of every noughties tween after capturing the heart of Hollywood heart-throb, Zac Efron, during his COVID sojourn Down Under.

Zac Efron's aussie girlfriend Vanessa Valladares with her tight-knit family.

Zac Efron’s aussie girlfriend Vanessa Valladares with her tight-knit family.Credit:facebook

While little is known about model-cum-waitress Vanessa Valladares, the Australian public can’t seem to get enough of her fairytale romance after meeting Efron at Byron Bay’s General Store

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Kelsey and David: Sweet wedding day moments were Chalco Hills sunset portraits, and cake-cutting | Weddings


August 8, 2020, Millard Social Hall, Sarah Gudeman Photography

SWEET DREAMS Kelsey Stewart and David Kirk met at a friend’s annual April costume party. “Lucky for me that year’s party was pajama-themed. Otherwise David wouldn’t have made an appearance,” Kelsey says. Friends got the ball rolling by taking them to bingo night at a bar in Blackstone. They exchanged numbers and started dating later that spring.


NO NAGGING The day David proposed, they had taken a morning walk through freshly fallen snow at Gene Leahy Mall and then went out for a pizza lunch. That night, David came into the living room and Kelsey scolded him for not turning off his video game. “He still loved me enough to pop the question,” Kelsey says. “He said he couldn’t promise that all of our days would be as nice as that one was but he’d

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A Beautiful, Waterfront Micro Wedding in Miami

Daniela García and Daniel Rojas have known each for so long that they don’t actually remember when they first met! However, in the 15 years of knowing each other, one night stands out: In October 2015, Daniela was visiting friends in New York City, where Daniel was living at the time, and they ended up at the same Halloween party in the Village, then capped off the night together at Sing Sing Karaoke on St. Mark’s Place. “A month later, Daniel flew to Miami to visit his parents for Thanksgiving, and we had our official first date at 27 Restaurant in Miami Beach followed by drinks at Broken Shaker,” Daniela recalls. “We pretty much dated from then on. We did a year of long-distance, and then I finally pulled the trigger and moved to New York!”

While the couple lives in NYC (where Daniela works at Apartment Therapy and Daniel

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An Intimate Fall-Inspired Wedding at the DAR in Downtown DC

Emily and Sean met as PhD students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. After sharing a cab home from a group outing, Sean paid the fare and Emily offered to buy him a drink sometime in return. They exchanged numbers and arranged a first date at a popular pub—where, they report, they shut the place down, chatting through last call. Five years later, Sean proposed on a crisp fall day while the two were picnicking at the Virginia Arboretum. Keep reading to learn more about their fall-inspired celebration, which was also featured in our latest issue.

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The Fall-Inspired Wedding Details

For their intimate autumn wedding, they skipped the bridal parties and kept the guest list to 100. The Washington Monument played a key role as backdrop for the first look, outdoor ceremony, and courtyard cocktail hour. Guests moved inside

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Bachelorette party idea: DIY campout-themed backyard happy hour | Weddings

Omaha bride Kelsey Kirk was just starting to plan her bachelorette party when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March. She and her bridesmaids had been mulling options like a long weekend in Kansas City, a local lake house rental and a vineyard day trip.

“My friends and I tossed out ideas left and right, but nothing really stuck,” the bride says. “When the pandemic started upending things, we put a halt to planning.”

Even her Aug. 8 wedding date was up in the air. But as spring and summer wore on, Kelsey made COVID-conscious adjustments to the wedding and reception, and her bridesmaids did the same in planning her bachelorette bash.

“I was content to have a little get-together after the wedding, once life got a little more normal, but my friends weren’t hearing it.”

The result was “Kamp Kelsey,” a campout-themed backyard happy hour at her maid of honor’s

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‘We Are Who We Are’ Episode 4 Preview: Things expected to get wild at Craig’s wedding leading to ‘debauchery’

In Episode 3, amid the celebrations in town, we saw the erstwhile tight circle of friends at the army base fall apart after Caitlin breaks up with Sam. While Britney tries to be the mediator, she is also resentful of Caitlin — both for breaking up their group and jealous of how close she is with the ‘new boy’ Fraser. This is evident in the way she calls her “a b***h” when a fight breaks out after Caitlin aggressively approaches Sam to confront him about his wounded, passive-aggressive behavior, designed to make her feel like the villain. 

Adding to this simmering tension is Danny, Caitlin’s brother, who already resents her for being the center of their father, Richard’s world. Danny also blames Caitlin for breaking up their group that he considers as his surrogate, replacement ‘family’ that he clings to, to fill the gap left by his father’s neglect. 


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