You may have recently noticed that Minions are basically the new Frozen these days, with everyone either totally obsessed with them or going slightly insane as the world turns an alarming shade of yellow. They creepy/cute giant yellow tic tacs with eyes are everywhere, and we're waiting for the doomed day that the internet uncovers the sexy Minions halloween costumes - or the very niche fetish Minions porn. Shudder.
But Sam Finan and Bob Thomas definitely win the award for the ultimate Minions obsession of all time ever, having taken the plunge and gone all out with the yellow and blue for... a Minions inspired WEDDING DAY.
This is the world we live in, people.
Usually our wedding chat on here involves stuff that'll make your big day as Instagrammable as possible, or tales of a tragic romantic union to melt the iciest of souls, but this is just plain mental/great and you need to see the photos.
Chatting to North West Evening Mail about their #OneInAMinion day (wahey), Sam revealed that it wasn't something they initially wanted, but Minion fever quickly swept over them while they were lost in the depths of wedding planning.
We're guessing it's Minions - it could also be an IKEA themed wedding with that colour scheme.
"It's just spiralled out of control," the bride admitted solemnly. "We were sat out the back and talking about themes and it just came up in conversation. We had a laugh about it."
"At first it was just going to be the cake. Then it was cuff links. Then the place cards. It has got a little out of hand."
Yeah, maybe a little bit. Kind of great though? Finally they were left with no choice but to follow through with the joke, after groom Bob sealed the deal with a Minions tattoo of him and his bride to commemorate the special day.
Here's the majestic cake in all its glory too:
Weddings do weird things to people. But ah well, at least it didn't involve yet more mason jars with stripey straws shoved in 'em and a cardboard moustache on a stick in the photobooth. Just waiting on that Minions wedding dress to surface and we might be tempted ourselves.
From the editors of Cosmopolitan.co.uk