Bacon Wedding: Couple Ties The Knot In Pork-Themed Ceremony (PHOTOS)

One San Diego couple tied the knot Sunday, united by their love for each other — and bacon.

Adrienne Dunvan and Eddie Quinones won a contest to get married during the Big Bite Bacon Fest at the San Diego County Fair in a bacon-themed celebration.

The couple, who bonded over their love of Puerto Rican pork shoulder, walked down a bacon-printed carpet to the altar, where local radio station Star 94.1 DJ Jesse Lozano officiated the ceremony, according to a press release. Dunvan carried a bacon bouquet and Quinones wore a bacon boutonniere. Guests celebrated by tossing bacon bits instead of rice, and enjoyed a bacon-themed wedding cake and a maple-glazed donut covered in bacon bits.

The newlyweds were also gifted with a honeymoon in Baltimore, where they will be the guests of honor at the annual Pigtown Festival.

But they’re not the first couple to bring their love of bacon to their wedding — “Big Brother” contestant Adam Poch’s wedding featured a bacon-themed menu and tables decorated with bowls of bacon bits. Another man proposed to his girlfriend using bacon in the shape of a heart.

Click through the slideshow below to see photos of the pork-themed nuptials, courtesy of Star 94.1 and the Big Bite Bacon Fest.

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  • The Ceremony

    The ceremony was held in the Del Mar Arena at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego.

  • The Ceremony

    Adrienne Dunvan and Eddie Quinones’s ceremony was officiated by Star 94.1 DJ Jesse Lozano.

  • The Ceremony

  • The Ceremony

  • Bacon Boutonnire

  • Bacon Bouquets

  • Just Married

    Lozano poses with the newlyweds and their four children, whom they fostered and adopted.

  • Wedding Cake

  • Wedding Cake

  • Groom’s Cake

    The groom’s cake was a maple-glazed donut covered in bacon.

  • Cutting The Cake

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