Pair says 'iDo' in Apple store wedding

Josh and Ting first met at an Apple store, and they could think of no place better to affirm their eternal devotion than between rows of MacBooks.

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Trashy Yet Classy

The officiant wore a black turtleneck. The rings were brought in attached to a first-generation iPod. And the bride and groom both said iDo. What more could you hope for from an Apple store wedding?

Josh and Ting Li first met at an Apple store, and they could think of no place better to affirm their eternal devotion than between rows of MacBooks.

Apple didn't officially sanction the event, which took place on Valentine's Day at the flagship Fifth Avenue location in New York, so they took the good ol' fashioned flash-mob route. As Josh said to Entertainment Weekly:

I used to joke that the Apple Store is my church because I am not religious, and I loved everything Apple...Ting then came up with the idea of having the wedding there.

Let's hope their love has a better warranty than my iPhone.

This story originally appeared on Gizmodo (via Cult of Mac).

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