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Couple tie knot then head to Bunnings sausage sizzle

A COUPLE has just had the most Australian wedding ever, doing 'shoeys' and rounding the event off with a visit to a Bunnings sausage sizzle.

Jordan and Chantelle Wilson, from Sydney, celebrated tying the knot by heading straight to Bunnings Belrose for a traditional treat.

"We got there and went straight to the snags. No side salad, just straight to the Bunnings stand," Mr Wilson told Daily Mail Australia.

Mr Wilson gets tucked in to his snag.
Mr Wilson gets tucked in to his snag. Facebook

"We did not even walk inside, but they were all happy to see us, all having a laugh. A staff member came out to take photos with us and the missus got her face painted.

"They asked if she wanted onions and she said I do. It was the best. And they say Australians aren't cultured!"

The couple chose a Bunnings store as the venue to celebrate their wedding.
The couple chose a Bunnings store as the venue to celebrate their wedding. Supplied

Facebook photos of the happy couple have now gone viral, with one showing a staff member giving the pair a free carpet cleaner.

"Out of nowhere some long-haired dude came from inside and gave a present from inside, a carpet cleaner,' Mr Wilson said.

The couple get a free carpet cleaner from a Bunnings staff member.
The couple get a free carpet cleaner from a Bunnings staff member. Facebook

"We couldn't believe it, we needed one, my missus was about to hire one!"

Mr Wilson, who called the Bunnings sausage sizzle "the backbone of the Australian culture", also found time to do a shoey with some of his groomsmen by the water.

Jordan Wilson, second from right, does a ‘shoey’ with fellow wedding guests.
Jordan Wilson, second from right, does a ‘shoey’ with fellow wedding guests. Facebook

Originally published as 'And they say Aussies aren't cultured!'

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