NEW ORLEANS, La. (FOX News) - Wonder if the cake was syrup-flavored.
A couple took their love for Waffle House to an extreme at their wedding — by having a cake modeled to look like the façade of the restaurant.
Elizabeth and Hayes Rivault shared a photo of the cake from their Saturday wedding on Instagram, where it was picked up and shared by Waffle House.
“I now pronounce you husband, wife, and the best wedding cake there ever was!” the diner chain captioned the adorable picture of the couple.
The two Louisiana State University alumni are seen standing over the cake, made by The Royal Cakery in New Orleans. The cake portion is designed to look like the diner, and then a parking lot is stenciled around it, with a husband and wife figurine in the corner.
The significance of the Waffle House to the pair’s relationship was not reported. Fox News has reached out for comment.
But what is known is that it was a hit on social media.
“Now THAT is a cake,” one person wrote, along with a heart-eye emoji.
“[T]his is what I want,” another person commented on Instagram.
“I met my wife at a Waffle House!!” another shared.
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