Open Post: Hosted By The Costco Wedding Of Miss Tina’s Dreams

September 25, 2017 / Posted by:

The Queen Mother of the Beyhive, Miss Tina Lawson, drew a tear to my eye when she did me proud back in 2015 by announcing her favorite spot to do Sunday brunch was not some high-fallutin’ $45 per mimosa spot. It was Costco!

You know you can have brunch free at Costco on Saturday Mornings with all the free samples . HaHa

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Fast forward to today, and an Australian couple has done me even prouder by tying the knot somewhere between the tire department and food court at their local Costco.

Bulk-sized love is a lifetime of love! Australia’s 9 News (via Mashable) reports Sue Berkeley and Eli Bob got married Saturday in front of 90 of their friends because it’s a beloved big box of a place where they spend a lot of time. Sue elaborates:

“I get to spend another day at Costco, that I love. Where else can I get married to the one I love, in a place that I love, surrounded by the people I love.”

While some snarky bridezilla probably coughed out “somewhere that isn’t hawking a box of 500 personal bags of Cheez-It crackers for $9,” the last laugh is on those naysayers! Weddings can zap a savings account considering how much it costs to keep grandma happy with a mashed potato bar and the good chardonnay. Sue and Eli’s wedding cost just under $8 a person! So what if 200 weekend shoppers and that mammoth teddy bear also got to look on?! Just as I was getting stoked since nothing gets my chonies going like a Costco hot dog, you can apparently only have a Costco wedding if you’re a “special guest.” I guess we can just hope Miss Tina gets a say in choice of venue when it comes time for Blue Ivy to walk down the aisle.

Pic: Instagram

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