NJ Couple Marries at Dunkin' Donuts

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    On Tuesday, Cliff Ranson and Elizabeth Fischer, of Williamstown, NJ, got hitched at the Dunkin’ Donuts on Route 42 South. The décor? Coffee machines and a wall of donut trays.

    I mean, who's never noticed that a wedding ring looks like a small, shiny donut?

    Apparently, the two have been running on Dunkin’ since they first started dating. According to the Courier Post article, one of Ranson’s first gifts to Fischer was a cup of bean from the Sicklerville shop.

    After a short—and sweet—ceremony, the Rev. Deborah Kalinowski pronounced the pair married at 4:22p.m.

    They have a bigger ceremony planned for September, though. But that doesn’t mean they’re leaving the Dunkin’ motif behind. Instead of a wedding cake, they plan on having a (Dunkin’) donut tower.

    Apparently, this kind of wedding is a thing-to-do in our area. In 2005, Jeff Dewald and Margaret Neary tied the knot (for free!) in a Dunkin' Donuts in Philly after winning an essay contest.

    Love truly is delicious.