Greenville florist creates McNugget boutonniere - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Greenville florist creates McNugget boutonniere

The McNugget boutonniere comes with baby's breathe and is packaged in a McDonald's box. (April 14, 2014/FOX Carolina) The McNugget boutonniere comes with baby's breathe and is packaged in a McDonald's box. (April 14, 2014/FOX Carolina)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A KFC commercial is going viral, and a local florist is getting in on the action.

Expressions Unlimited in Greenville is making a McNugget boutonniere to go along with the KFC chicken corsage. 

"You actually get your piece and it comes with a coupon so you can get your six McNuggets so they are nice and fresh and hot right before the prom," said Expressions owner Debi Bush. "You go through the drive through you pick up your nuggets and your sauce, and all you have to do is drop it right in place there pin it on your lapel and you are ready to go to the prom."

The McNugget boutonniere comes with baby's breathe and is package in a McDonald's box. The package includes a dipping sauce and a coupon for a six-piece chicken nugget meal.

The florist is also offering beef jerky corsages and boutonnieres.

Click here to see more pictures of the corsage options.

Watch the KFC YouTube vide on a mobile device at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJdUSxFbJbw

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