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Domino's Pizza are offering to CATER WEDDINGS for 10 lucky couples

Domino's Pizza are making dreams come true up and down the country by offering to cater weddings! The food giants, who have been filling hungry bellies with delicious pizzas in the UK since 1985, are running a competition for brides and grooms in the UK who are set to get hitched.

Domino’s carried out research which shows that 46% of wedding guests have admitted to eating food at weddings that they didn’t like, and 22% would actually prefer pizza to more formal food.

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Explaining what has made the company start thinking about the slightly bizarre idea, Ian Straughan, Head of Product Innovation at Domino’s, said, "We're seeing a growing trend from couples ordering pizza to provide wedding guests with a fun, modern twist on their big day.

"With wedding season in full swing, we were surprised to learn that nearly half of guests (46%) don't like the food they are served. Almost a third (33%) say they tend to avoid at least one course, leaving them hungry for an alternative to soggy sandwiches and dehydrated chicken nuggets later in the evening.

"Domino's delivers fresh, quality, hot food ensuring everyone is happy. In fact, we receive lots of requests for wedding pizza especially as many couples invite more guests to join them for a bigger party after the main meal. Fun sharing food such as pizza makes everyone feel part of the special night."

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  • 1) Dairy Milk Tiffin

    After being off the shelves for years, Tiffin made its comeback in 2016. Hallelujah!

  • 2) Cadbury Coconut Boost

    The core centre made up of dessicated coconut combined with a normal Boost bar was just too good - why on EARTH was this masterpiece ever taken out of circulation?!

  • 3) Mars Delight

    That caramel and chocolate cream filling mixed with that wafer, was a pure delight. Sadly, we despite people's efforts, this Mars chocolate bar won't be returning anytime soon.

  • 4) Cadbury Marble

    Milk and white chocolate AND praline in one bar? Yup. Cadbury's really are one of the best at coming up with new recipes.

  • 5) Cadbury Spira

    Two fingers of Dairy Milk with chocolate spiralling around the outside... YUM.

  • 6) Time Out

    The Time Out was very slyly taken off the shelves - basically a chocolate wafer, but SO MUCH MORE. Thankfully, they still exist in shops as a single wafer.

  • 7) Cadbury Snow Flake

    The geniuses at Cadbury decided to merge their white Dream chocolate with the standard flake to create utter perfection in this little bar. But why, oh why, did they stop making them?!

  • 8) Rowntree's Cabana

    Coconut, caramel, cherries and chocolate – the ultimate tropical chocolate bar, right?

  • 9) Trio

    TRIO! TRIOOOO! I want Trio and I want one now!

  • 10) Cadbury Dream

    Possibly one of the best additions to the Heroes tin at Christmas.

  • 11) Cadbury Fuse

    Nuts, raisins, fudge and cereal pieces all in one chocolate bar?! It's years since we last saw a Fuse bar around. Sob.

  • 12) Terry's Pyramint

    Basically, a pyramid version of an After Eight but with a slightly sloppier middle. We miss these!

  • 13) KitKat Senses

    We can't for the life of us think why these went extinct. But they've been refashioned in a selection box, so that's something at least.

  • 14) Milkybar Choo

    We're hoping this one will make a comeback. The strange combination of white chocolate and fudge worked surprisingly perfectly.

  • 15) Cadbury Taz Bar

    When Taz became extinct, this chocolate bar was revolutionised as a Freddo bar with caramel. But we miss that devil.

  • 16) Twix Top

    This was the highlight of our school packed lunches... Anyone else?!

  • 17) Cadbury Snaps

    They're like Pringles - but chocolate. And just like our favourite snack, you couldn't ever just have one Snap!

  • 18) Rowntree's Secret

    Withdrawn due to low sales volumes, the marshmallow centre wrapped in thick chocolate was a real treat back in the day.

  • 19) Cadbury Wispa Mint

    We've all had a Wispa, haven't we? But the mint version had an extra edge to it that was just simply divine. Sigh.

  • 20) Texan

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    21) Flyte

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1) Dairy Milk Tiffin

After being off the shelves for years, Tiffin made its comeback in 2016. Hallelujah!

To be in with a chance of being one of the 10 lucky couples, you just need to email [email protected] The winning couples will be gifted 20 of their favourite large pizzas, with the option of choosing from traditional flavours Pepperoni Pasion, Hawaiian, or Vegi Supreme - or alternatively, making up their own.

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Bride and groom order £350 Domino's Pizza for their wedding buffet

A bride and groom decided to do away with tradition at their wedding - and put in a £350 Domino's Pizza order instead.

Tom and Victoria Browne, from St Austell in Cornwall, opted for the feast, saying "we just don't do anything traditionally".

Victoria, 26, called up Domino's to find out what they could get for their budget, and the answer was quite a lot, Cornwall Live reports .

The mum-of-three said: “Most people know me and Tom just don’t do anything originally.

"I didn’t want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out.

“We actually kept joking saying ‘shall we have Domino's?’ but as it got closer and we didn’t have any food plans we started seriously considering it and I emailed Domino's asking the question.”

To her delight, the restaurant replied saying that it could cater their wedding, but that catering a wedding would be a first for the local branch.

“I was so paranoid about whether they were actually going to be able to do it that I went in the day before and said ‘are you are all aware of my order for tomorrow?’” she said.

On the big day itself, Victoria and her 29-year-old husband said that staff came “strolling in and shocked everybody.”

They said the food was delivered "piping hot" as staff laid out the whopping 30 large pizza boxes, 20 garlic breads, 20 boxes of chicken strips and 20 boxes of wedges accompanied with copious amounts of the obligatory garlic and herb dip.

She said: “They were pretty good. It all came in piping hot and the staff were quite happy to stand and have a photo with me.

"People are still gob smacked with it, people think that as a buffet you have to have like sandwiches and stuff and I don’t really like pasties and I’m not picking them because everyone else likes them.”

The couple said that when they first told people about their plans, that guests were a little sceptical. Victoria said that friends and family were certain in the run up to the wedding that she was just "winding them up".

She says that even her hairdresser on the day was still questioning whether they were actually going to be offering pizza in place of a traditional wedding breakfast.

But the couple said that all doubt was quickly withdrawn when the smell of fresh pizza and garlic bread filled their wedding venue.

The bride said that people turned to praising the couple throughout the day for their unique decision and there wasn't a displeased guest in sight.

"I was surprised at the amount they delivered, I thought 'we're going to have to take this home and have it for a couple of weeks'," she said.

"We would have ended up having to bin it which would have been devastating for me.

“I would normally order it at least once a week and I definitely wont be for a little bit. I don’t want to see anymore pizzas for a while.”

Did you opt for an unusual wedding buffet? Email [email protected]

Sours: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/bride-groom-order-350-dominos-20759456
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Couple ditch traditional wedding caterers and instead opt for £350 worth of Domino’s pizzas

A newlywed couple opted to scrap tradition entirely on their wedding day by offering up a huge Domino's feast. See SWNS story SWPLpizza. The couple, Victoria and Tom Browne, from St Austell , scrapped any ideas of a more traditional wedding breakfast early on in planning, saying ?we just don?t do anything traditionally.? The couple had ?350 to spend on their wedding breakfast and so Victoria called up Dominos to ask what they would be able to get for that, and the answer was quite a lot. 26-year-old Victoria, who has three children with new husband Tom, said: ?Most people know me and Tom just don?t do anything originally. I didn?t want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out. ?We actually kept joking saying ?shall we have dominoes?? but as it got closer and we didn?t have any food plans we started seriously considering it and I emailed Dominos asking the question.?

If you’ve been to plenty of wedding this year, you’ve likely eaten a lot of the same meals.

Chicken ballotine, braised steak, and of course – if you’re a vegetarian – plenty of mushroom risottos and tomato pasta dishes.

While there’s nothing wrong meat and two veg, some couples like to differ from the traditional wedding catering blueprint – take Victoria and Tom Browne, for example.

When they were planning their wedding, they initially looked at different catering options for their wedding breakfast.

However, the date approached, and they were still procrastinating on the final option. So, they went with their hearts and opted to feed their guests a mammoth feast of Domino’s pizzas.

Victoria, 26, said: ‘Most people know me and Tom just don’t do things traditionally.

A newlywed couple opted to scrap tradition entirely on their wedding day by offering up a huge Domino's feast. See SWNS story SWPLpizza. The couple, Victoria and Tom Browne, from St Austell , scrapped any ideas of a more traditional wedding breakfast early on in planning, saying ?we just don?t do anything traditionally.? The couple had ?350 to spend on their wedding breakfast and so Victoria called up Dominos to ask what they would be able to get for that, and the answer was quite a lot. 26-year-old Victoria, who has three children with new husband Tom, said: ?Most people know me and Tom just don?t do anything originally. I didn?t want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out. ?We actually kept joking saying ?shall we have dominoes?? but as it got closer and we didn?t have any food plans we started seriously considering it and I emailed Dominos asking the question.?

‘I didn’t want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out.

‘We actually kept joking saying “shall we have Domino’s?” but as it got closer and we didn’t have any food plans we started seriously considering it and I emailed Domino’s asking the question.’

Her local branch were more than happy to oblige, and after the ceremony staff delivered a total of 30 large pizzas, 20 garlic breads, 20 boxes of chicken strips and 20 boxes of wedges.

A newlywed couple opted to scrap tradition entirely on their wedding day by offering up a huge Domino's feast. See SWNS story SWPLpizza. The couple, Victoria and Tom Browne, from St Austell , scrapped any ideas of a more traditional wedding breakfast early on in planning, saying ?we just don?t do anything traditionally.? The couple had ?350 to spend on their wedding breakfast and so Victoria called up Dominos to ask what they would be able to get for that, and the answer was quite a lot. 26-year-old Victoria, who has three children with new husband Tom, said: ?Most people know me and Tom just don?t do anything originally. I didn?t want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out. ?We actually kept joking saying ?shall we have dominoes?? but as it got closer and we didn?t have any food plans we started seriously considering it and I emailed Dominos asking the question.?

The couple, of St Austell, Cornwall, are also big fans of the infamous Domino’s garlic dip, so had plenty of that on hand, too.

The total for the whole thing was £350, which – given that other wedding breakfasts could run into the thousands – is quite the steal.

They hadn’t actually told anyone their plans, however, so on the big day itself, Victoria and her 29-year-old husband said that staff came ‘strolling in and shocked everybody.’

A newlywed couple opted to scrap tradition entirely on their wedding day by offering up a huge Domino's feast. See SWNS story SWPLpizza. The couple, Victoria and Tom Browne, from St Austell , scrapped any ideas of a more traditional wedding breakfast early on in planning, saying ?we just don?t do anything traditionally.? The couple had ?350 to spend on their wedding breakfast and so Victoria called up Dominos to ask what they would be able to get for that, and the answer was quite a lot. 26-year-old Victoria, who has three children with new husband Tom, said: ?Most people know me and Tom just don?t do anything originally. I didn?t want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out. ?We actually kept joking saying ?shall we have dominoes?? but as it got closer and we didn?t have any food plans we started seriously considering it and I emailed Dominos asking the question.?

Victoria continued: ‘I was so paranoid about whether they were actually going to be able to do it that I went in the day before and said “are you are all aware of my order for tomorrow?”

‘They were pretty good. It all came in piping hot and the staff were quite happy to stand and have a photo with me.

‘People are still gobsmacked with it, people think that as a buffet you have to have like sandwiches and stuff and I don’t really like pasties and I’m not picking them because everyone else likes them.’

A newlywed couple opted to scrap tradition entirely on their wedding day by offering up a huge Domino's feast. See SWNS story SWPLpizza. The couple, Victoria and Tom Browne, from St Austell , scrapped any ideas of a more traditional wedding breakfast early on in planning, saying ?we just don?t do anything traditionally.? The couple had ?350 to spend on their wedding breakfast and so Victoria called up Dominos to ask what they would be able to get for that, and the answer was quite a lot. 26-year-old Victoria, who has three children with new husband Tom, said: ?Most people know me and Tom just don?t do anything originally. I didn?t want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out. ?We actually kept joking saying ?shall we have dominoes?? but as it got closer and we didn?t have any food plans we started seriously considering it and I emailed Dominos asking the question.?

It went down a storm in the end, with Victoria saying that any naysayers had their doubt quickly withdrawn when the smell of fresh pizza and garlic bread filled their wedding venue.

The bride said that people turned to praising the couple throughout the day for their unique decision and there wasn’t a displeased guest in sight.

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‘I was surprised at the amount they delivered, I thought “we’re going to have to take this home and have it for a couple of weeks”,’ she said.

‘We would have ended up having to bin it which would have been devastating for me.

‘I would normally order it at least once a week and I definitely won’t be for a little bit. I don’t want to see anymore pizzas for a while.’

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Sours: https://metro.co.uk/2019/10/31/couple-ditch-traditional-wedding-caterers-instead-opt-350-worth-dominos-pizzas-11020429/
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Hmm...well we went to a wedding a couple years ago and they served dominoes. It was a super low key wedding (which we weren't expecting based off of the invitation and just knowing them), but the pizza fit with the casualness of it. I mean they had beer pong in the middle of the reception hall....I look back and think well it was their wedding and it's what they wanted good for them. This may not apply to your family, but I can't have gluten and even though dominoes has a GF pizza it's not 100% safe for celiacs so I can't eat it. As a guest, we drove an hour, brought a nice gift and you serve me a side salad? The world doesn't revolve around me and my health issues, but dang a side salad! Needless to say we left early so I could go get some real food. We came, we supported, we were improperly hosted (in my opinion) and we left. We are still good friends with them, but now we know to eat before one of their parties Smiley winking I would def. rethink the dominoes idea.

Sours: https://www.weddingwire.com/wedding-forums/dominos-pizza-catering/e3d2382ccb79a917.html

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