There are many tough decisions to be made when it comes to organising a wedding. But honestly, there's one easy choice: doughnuts. Specifically, we're talking doughnut bouquets, which made an appearance at the wedding of Australian bride Paige Kirk, replacing traditional flower arrangements. SEE ALSO: When someone tells you to make a 'silly face,' take this bridesmaid's advice "Me and my husband Steven thought it would be different, fun and lighthearted," Kirk told BBC News . Image: dessert boxesWhile you've probably seen a doughnut bouquet before, it's not every day you'll see the bride walking down the aisle with one. But hey, that's the whole point of the spectacle. "We wanted the wedding to be a bit different and really reflect who we are as a couple," Kirk explained to the news outlet. The bouquets were created by Sydney company Dessert Boxes, who ran a competition earlier this year to find a deserving bride — they received more than 250 applicants. The moment that the Bride told the bridesmaids that they'll be walking down the aisle with donut bouquets! A post shared by Dessert Boxes™ (@dessertboxes) on Sep 11, 2017 at 1:47am PDT "We chose Paige because we loved her lighthearted approach to this!" Dessert Boxes' Samantha Khater said via Messenger. "Plus, she wanted to keep it a surprise from her bridesmaids which we knew would make for a great reaction on the day." No surprises if these make another appearance at your next wedding. WATCH: How to respond when your coworker asks you, "How was your weekend?"
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