Some women based their weddings on a certain theme, but it's safe to say Victoria Schneider has been coordinating her special day around a very unique motif.
TheTownTalk.com reports that the Louisiana resident will be exchanging vows with her fiancé, Marc Allen Schwartz, this Saturday at a shindig that honors Elvis Presley.
"My great-grandmother, grandmother and mother played Elvis music all the time," Schneider told the news outlet. "As a high school graduation gift, I visited Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. I have all of Elvis' music, books, movies and even have a cigarette lighter and t-shirts."
The lovebirds are planning on slipping wedding rings onto their fingers at an event geared around the King of Rock and Roll's Blue Hawaii film. The wedding party will don Hawaiian-themed ensembles and an Elvis impersonator will also be on hand to serenade the couple.
In addition, the sweethearts will be honeymooning in Memphis and will stay at the infamous Heartbreak Hotel.
It appears as though craziness for the King is taking over many brides' wedding planning. It was just this past September that the Manchester Evening News reported that a couple across the pond said "I do" at a ceremony officiated by the only Elvis impersonator minister in the U.K.