09/02/2017
Pizza > love.

Words by

Giulia Brugliera

In perhaps the most clever marketing move that we've ever seen, Dominos Pizza has unveiled its very own wedding registry.

This is 100% not a joke and is an actual real thing. 

The news arrived this morning along with the launch of a designated website (dominosweddingregistry.com), which answers all your burning questions, such as:

  • Is this real? Yes! Yes! A million times YES!
  • But I want to give them something physical at the wedding. Can I do that? Yep! After you check out, you’ll receive a printable confirmation email perfect for putting inside a card. The couple will get the eGift card as well.
  • Wait, so you’re telling me I get to marry the love of my life AND people will buy us pizza? That’s what we’re saying. What a world!

Too right, Dominos. What a world.

As with all things this inherently absurd and takeaway food-related, the service is presumably only available in the US.

If you're engaged to be married, you may want to consider eloping. Because pizza.

dominosweddingregistry.com

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