Sunday 27 November 2022 06:14 PM Elderly Arizona couple get married in grocery store where they first met trends now

Sunday 27 November 2022 06:14 PM Elderly Arizona couple get married in grocery store where they first met trends now
Sunday 27 November 2022 06:14 PM Elderly Arizona couple get married in grocery store where they first met trends now

Sunday 27 November 2022 06:14 PM Elderly Arizona couple get married in grocery store where they first met trends now

An elderly couple in Arizona got married last month in the grocery store where they first met after bonding over condiments during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

On November 19, Brenda Williams, 72, and Dennis Delgado, 78, tied the knot in aisle eight of the Fry's Food and Drug Store in Cada Grande, where they had initially met in August 2021. 

At the time, Brenda was searching for Miracle Whip - a mayonnaise manufactured by Heinz - when Dennis suddenly started talking to her. 

'We both had masks on, and I say to her ''you know the best thing about wearing a mask?''' Dennis told Fox 13. '''You could pass these [people] not wearing a mask, and curse them out under your breath, they don't hear a word you're saying,'' and she started laughing.''

The interaction lasted half-an-hour, with both individuals exchanging phone numbers after realizing they had been blocking the aisle for quite some time.  

GET HITCHED: Brenda Williams, 72, and Dennis Delgado, 78 both met at Fry's Food and Drug Store during the COVID-19 pandemic before turning into newlyweds

GET HITCHED: Brenda Williams, 72, and Dennis Delgado, 78 both met at Fry's Food and Drug Store during the COVID-19 pandemic before turning into newlyweds

Brenda wore a royal blue dress for big day

Dennis, meanwhile, wore black pants with a grey button up

In November, the couple tied the knot in Fry's aisle eight, where they had both been looking for mayonnaise in August 2021 - the first time they met

Fry's Food & Drug grocery store in Casa Grande, Arizona, where Brenda and Dennis both found their love for each other

Fry's Food & Drug grocery store in Casa Grande, Arizona, where Brenda and Dennis both found their love for each other

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Dennis then met up with Brenda at a local church, where she was a member, on the following Sunday. 

Brenda is also a baker for her community of faith and picked up on the hobby after her husband of more than 30 years died from prostate cancer. She had been his caretaker for the last 10 years of his life.

'After my husband died, I lost my sense of purpose,' Brenda told read more from dailymail.....

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