It may not be the shining lights of New York or the sandy beaches of a private island, but this bride says it was her dream holiday.
Jenna, 34, and Stephen Tobin, 35, swapped the traditional wedding cake for a three-tiered pie.
And the blushing bride was chauffeured to her big day in a Holland's pie van.
The ward sister dated her love for the savoury treat back to her childhood, when she lived around the corner from a pie factory.
The gastronomic pair decided to celebrate their love for each other and flaky crust, all at the same time.
Jenna, from Lymm, Cheshire, told the Warrington Guardian: "I remember the gorgeous smell of them cooking at 4pm and that left a lasting impression on me.
"Though fortunately not my waistline, as, though I reckon I've eaten two Holland's pies a week for more than 30 years, I still weigh around nine stone.
"We now live in Lymm and the local fish and chip shop sells Holland's Pies so it's a dream location for me."
Groom Stephen said: "You would think I had eaten all the pies, not Jenna, as my waistline is under more strain.
"But it's all done in moderation and she looked absolutely good enough to eat on our big day.
"I still cannot quite believe that we're having a honeymoon in a pie factory!"
William Smith-Coats from Holland's pies said: "Jenna could be starting a trend.
"This will be the first time though that we've had a honeymoon at the factory.
"We've got plenty of production lines but we won't be launching any reproduction lines.
"The happy couple will have to go back to their hotel for that."
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