A newlywed couple in Texas is making headlines after they determined to cease at an area Whataburger shortly after saying “I do.”
After celebrating with household and associates, Daniel and Bianca Baca — who had been married over the weekend at St. Jerome Catholic Church in San Antonio — stopped on the burger joint to order their favorites: a patty soften with simple onions and a Honey BBQ sandwich, KSAT reported.
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On the restaurant, the pair posed for a photograph, which Bianca later posted to Instagram with the caption: “What do you anticipate, we’re Texans.”
“Completely you! That is superior!” one individual commented. “What an ideal image and the start of a brand new journey!” one other wrote.
Bianca advised the information station she and Daniel reduce on consuming out throughout their engagement within the hopes of saving cash, because the couple paid for the marriage themselves with solely “some assist” from their dad and mom.
“So when Daniel would ask for one thing, I might say, ‘After the marriage,’ which he was the acronym ATW. After the after-party on the resort, Daniel requested for Whataburger as a result of it was actually ATW, so naturally, we went,” she advised KSAT.
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The 2 chowed down after splitting each meals in half “to get the very best of each orders,” she added.
Bianca Baca didn’t instantly return Fox Information request for touch upon Thursday.