Posted: Mar 8, 2013 1:17 PM by NBC News
Updated: Mar 8, 2013 1:17 PM
Flowers, cake, white gown, and tux were all on hand Thursday afternoon at Topeka, Kansas' Farley Elementary school.
The kindergarten students were dressed to impress for a wedding ceremony like no other.
What started as a classroom lesson about the alphabet, ended with a wedding uniting a special pair of letters that always go together -- Q and U.
The mastermind behind the interactive lesson is Farley Elementary Kindergarten teacher Nikki Meier.
"I like to think outside the box and creativity is probably one of my biggest strengths and we do a letter a week and I thought, you know what, Q and U always go together they've got to get married," she said.
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