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The bride wore white, 2-ply toilet paper

If you're the kind who needs a tissue at weddings, a public restroom in  Times Square was the place to be Wednesday.
/ Source: The Associated Press

If you're the kind to need a tissue at weddings, this was the place to be Wednesday. Jennifer Cannon wore a dress made of toilet paper when she was married to Doy Nichols at a public restroom in Times Square.

"You may kiss the bride," the officiant said, "but please don't squeeze the Charmin dress."

The intricately detailed dress — which looked at a glance like a regular wedding gown — was designed by Hanah Kim, winner of the 2007 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest, sponsored by

The ceremony took place at the Charmin Restrooms — temporary, free public restrooms set up for the event. As the newlyweds from Lexington, Ky., walked back down the aisle, family and friends threw — what else? — shredded tissue.