Pizza Wedding Bouquets Are Real. Here’s How to Get One.

Want something unique to carry down the aisle on your big day? Villa Italian Kitchen is giving a few lucky brides a pizza bouquet.

Weddings have grown more and more eccentric these days—especially when it comes to the choice in menu. (Even Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were determined to switch things up!) But have you ever heard of bridge carrying a bouquet made of entirely from pizza? No, you’re not dreaming. This cheesy, pepperoni-platted trend actually exists.

That’s right, brides can share their love of pizza while professing their love to the world, thanks to a contest being held by Villa Italian Kitchen based in NYC. If you’re planning a wedding (or know someone who is) be sure to check it out.

What Do You Win?

A few lucky winners with a wedding prior to September 30 will win their very own set of pizza flower alternatives, whether you need one bouquet and boutonniere, two bouquets or two boutonnieres.

How Do I Win?

It couldn’t be easier! All you have to do is head over to Villa Italian Kitchen’s website by June 15 and provide your name, email, wedding date, wedding location and your go-to Villa Italian Kitchen location for a chance to win.

Even if you don’t win, everyone who enters will score a coupon for a free slice of Neapolitan cheese pizza, valid June 18-22 at participating locations. Perfect for a pizza date! (Here’s a guide to getting the perfect gift for the crazy pizza lover in your life.)

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What’s the Catch?

No catch—and no purchase necessary! What could be better? The only requirements to win a pizza bouquet are that you:

  • Must be a legal resident of the United States
  • Must be age 18 or older
  • Live in the 48 contiguous states (sorry Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico)
  • Have a wedding before September 30

If pizza at weddings isn’t really your thing, learn about the traditional (and charming) Southern cake pull.

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Jacqueline Weiss
Jacqueline is a blogger and writer, passionate about sharing the latest in helpful tips and trends in food and cooking. In her spare time, you’ll find her trying new restaurants and experimenting in the kitchen.