Earlier this month, a Florida couple added a spicy twist to their wedding photos by posing for a few at their local Taco Bell. Nikki B. Photography, based in Jax, FL, posted six pictures taken of Skylain and Jeffery Clarke in their wedding day finest, among the TBell Menu boards and an order of Nachos BellGrande, and of course, Facebook went wild for the fourth meal photos.
In her post about the Clarke's unconventional post-wedding photos, the photographer explained why the couple wanted to take a few pictures at the fast food restaurant, and the story is actually so sweet. Nikki B wrote, "Last Friday I photographed the wedding of Skylain and Jeffery. These two were high school sweethearts and got married on their 6 year dating anniversary. In high school, Taco Bell was their go to place after school. Skylain told me they would always scrape together all the quarters Jeffrey had in his car to go eat together after school. So what better place to end their wedding day than Taco Bell?! haha! When they told me they were doing this I immediately invited myself along for the adventure." We're so glad she did because look at these pics.
Taco Bell has recently become a popular location for photographing major life events. In the past two years, three teens that we know of have chosen to pose for their senior portraits at the Tex-Mex chain. This past spring, we also saw one woman commemorate her daughter's first birthday with a Taco Bell-themed photoshoot. Based on all of that, it seems like the newlywed Clarkes aren't the only ones with emotional ties to the restaurant.
Of course, Skylain and Jeffery Clarke only took a few post-wedding photos at Taco Bell, which is pretty tame compared to what some couples have done. We can't forget that in this day and age, you can actually get married in the Las Vegas Taco Bell chapel and recently, one bride even created a wedding dresses made from Taco Bell wrappers. The Clarkes didn't take their obsession quite that far, but they still ended up with a few sweet photos at their go-to food joint from high school.