Toronto couple gets married at Cinnabon in Dufferin Mall: 'So iconic'

·Lifestyle Editor
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Kate Palumbo and Andi Larocca tied the knot at the Cinnabon in Dufferin Mall on September 6. (Photo via Getty Images)
Kate Palumbo and Andi Larocca tied the knot at the Cinnabon in Dufferin Mall on September 6. (Photo via Getty Images)

It's easy to fall in love with the mouthwatering aroma of sugary pastry wafting from the iconic bakery, Cinnabon.

However, a couple took this fact literally by celebrating their love in front of the Cinnabon restaurant in Toronto's Dufferin Mall.

On September 6, Kate Palumbo and Andi Larocca tied the knot at the sugary destination, officiated by their friend Kaleb Robertson.

"Ultimately, we wanted the wedding to be a reflection of our dynamic together and not take anything too seriously," Palumbo and Larocca told CTV News Toronto.

The Dirty Duff, an Instagram account dedicated to all things Dufferin Mall, posted a carousel of photos from the nuptials on their feed.

In the first snap, Larocca beamed while holding an orange, white and green bouquet of flowers. Palumbo flashed a million-dollar smile in white overalls and a veil. Robertson sat between the two in a cheetah-print shirt while holding the marriage register.

On the second slide, the account shared a video of the newlyweds feeding each other cinnamon buns oozing with sugary icing. The remaining photos showed the duo signing marriage paperwork and sealing a kiss in front of the restaurant.

"Love is in the mall. Congrats Andi Larocca and Kate Palumbo on tying the knot, in front of the bun," the account captioned the post.

In the comments, fans praised the couple's choice of venue and wished them a happy marriage.

"This is the best thing I’ve ever seen," commented a follower.

Fresh  homemade Cinnamon rolls or Cinnamon buns
The happy couple enjoyed cinnamon buns after tying the knot. (Photo via Getty Images)

"Holy moly immaculate vibes," shared someone else.

"The most beautiful mall union, congrats!" added another.

"This is so iconic on so many levels. Congratulations!" penned a fan.

"Proving yet again the most magical weddings do not need a lot of money to be memorable and romantic," wrote another Instagram user.

"I’ve been dreaming about this for years," shared a follower.

Yahoo Canada has reached out to Larocca and Palumbo for comment.

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