Out of the all the secret celebrity weddings — Jen and Justin, Mila and Ashton, Kristen and Dax... — where we've been left off the guest list (rude, much?), this is the one we're most miffed about. A class of New Hampshire kindergartners threw a wedding for the pair of ducks they previously hatched and cared for, and it honestly couldn't be any more adorable.
Has there ever been a union so perfect and pure? At the very least, you know that no one was getting inappropriately drunk at this reception. On the big day, the bride, Plumpty, donned a beautiful lace wedding dress. No she didn't shop at Kleinfeld, but she was nonetheless a vision in white. Meanwhile, the groom, Pierre, looked simply dashing in his miniature tuxedo and couldn't take his eyes off his beloved as they waddled down the petal-strewn aisle to "Here Comes the Bride," sung in quacks from the kindergartners.
Flower girl and ring bearer duties were adorably handled by a pair of local ducklings, Ella and Emmett, and school principal Liz MacDonald officiated the ceremony. "Today we are gathered to marry Plumpty and Pierre, who have been in love since they hatched," she said. "Do you promise to share a nest, and mealworms and do you promise to keep other warm in good times and in bad times?" Of course, the answer was "I do." Well, we assume. They are ducks, after all.
"I now pronounce you husband-duck and wife-duck," declared the officiant. "Con-quack-ulations!" The couples first dance at the reception? The "Chicken Dance," natch.
The wedding was a long time coming for Pierre and Plumpty, a pair of elementary school sweethearts, who met as ducklings when they were hatched at New Hampshire's Weston Elementary School two years ago. Since then, the ducks have paid regular visits to the school, where the students hatched the idea of marrying the barnyard couple and christened themselves bona fide wedding planners.
"They wrote the invitations, they wrote to-do lists, they wrote the brainstorming of what was needed," teacher Marguerite Hopey told ABC News.
Think these six and seven-year-olds are taking appointments to plan future nupitals? They sounds pretty legit, TBH.