NEW YORK (AP) -- Wedding bells are ringing in New York's Times Square for a Lexington (Kentucky) couple. And the bride will be wearing paper -- toilet paper.
Jennifer Cannon will be dressed in a gown made from glue, tape and Charmin toilet paper. And the wedding on Wednesday is taking place in a public restroom.
The intricately detailed dress was designed by Hanah Kim, winner of the 2007 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest.
The wedding ceremony will be attended by family and friends. A Charmin spokeswoman says the ceremony will take place in Times Square at the Charmin Restrooms, the city's free luxury public restroom facility.
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