ROYSE CITY, Texas (KPEL News) - Spring is considered wedding season. Buc-ee's is considered one of the most magical chains in Texas. Naturally, the two were meant to be together.

At least, that appears to be how one man viewed it when he planned his wedding at one of the chain's locations, with the iconic beaver as a witness.

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The groom, Stan Sigler, posted a video of the ceremony in the BUC-EE'S LOVERS Facebook group recently, which was met with congratulations from the group's members.

According to Sigler, he got permission from the store's manager prior to the ceremony, which ended with the minister saying, "I pronounce you husband and wife and you may now buy Beaver Nuggets."

Here's some of the video, posted by WFAA in Texas.

The couple stood between the minister and Buc-ee himself as they exchanged vows.

Why Do People Love Buc-ee's So Much?

The Texas chain that has become a national phenomenon has gained quite a following over the years. It is routinely a must-stop location on road trips for folks across the country.

It's no secret that Buc-ee's has a lot of fans. The popular mega rest stop has been spreading like crazy over the country, and its fan base has, too.

Buc-ee's is famous for its freshly made snacks, sandwiches, and jerky. They also have a selection of baked goods and a deli with a variety of hot food options, which is unusual for a convenience store.  Buc-ee's offers a vast array of products, including snacks, beverages, clothing, gifts, and Texas-themed souvenirs - some of which you can now get locally.

One of the reasons it's so popular is its snacks. People love stopping there and stocking up on snacks for the long road ahead. Unfortunately, Buc-ee's snacks aren't available just anywhere. You have to stop at one to buy those snacks. If you want some at home, you've got to buy extra.

But the convenience of the store, as well as the novelty of the branding, makes it irresistible, and that's why it's always crowded.

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