As more and more brides decide to forgo tradition on their big day, the idea that a dress has to be white and classic to be perfect for a walk down the aisle has gone out the window. From airbrushed gowns to colorful options galore, we鈥檝e seen some seriously bold, quirky looks in recent years, but bride-to-be Diane Nguyen just outdid them all. The 31-year-old just crafted her own stunning DIY dress, and it鈥檚 made out of (are you ready for this?) Taco Bell burrito wrappers!

DAVIE, FL - JUNE 14 : A woman leaves a Taco Bell restaurant June 14, 2002 where "dirty" bomb suspect Jose Padilla worked for two years in Davie, Florida. His former boss Mohammed Javed says while working as a manager of the restaurant, Jose Padilla was hired in 1992 after his release from a Broward County jail. Padilla, also known as Abdullah al Muhajir, is being held on suspicion of plotting a radioactive "dirty" bomb attack in the U.S. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Nguyen got the idea after Taco Bell unveiled its Love and Tacos contest last month, which asked couples to share what kind of role the fast food chain plays in their relationship for a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Las Vegas (complete with an unforgettable wedding ceremony at the Taco Bell Cantina). Nguyen decided to enter, and girl went all out.

Sharing her surprisingly beautiful creation on Instagram, Nguyen quickly became a fan favorite. Her adorbs, pun-filled submission didn鈥檛 hurt any, either: 鈥淚t鈥檚 time to spill the beans,鈥 she wrote. 鈥淲e have been engaged for four years, and together for 10. Taco Bell has been there through the years, from the after school runs, to late meals after work (or a night of partying). Our love for each other is as cheesy as a quesadilla.鈥 Love it!

As for the gown itself: 鈥淭he wrappers were donated to me by a friendly manager at one of their locations,鈥 Nguyen told Delish. Using a hot glue gun, the DIY Queen said that it took six hours for her to stick 鈥檈m onto an old corset and fashion the frock鈥檚 unique shape.

Nguyen also revealed that she would totally rock her now-viral dress to her ceremony, but admitted that it鈥檚 鈥渁 bit awkward to wear, so I think a replica made with fabric would be more comfortable.鈥 As for her fianc茅, 32-year-old Nick Ward, who popped the question while the couple was waiting in line for an 鈥80s prom-themed bash, the bride-to-be said he鈥檇 鈥渟port a Baja Blast colored suit and have a wrapper bow tie to match.鈥 She wants her bridesmaids in on the fun, as well, saying, 鈥淭hey should definitely be dressed in all of the hot sauce colors.鈥

Wow. All we can say is #WeddingGoals.

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(h/t Bustle, photo via Joe Raedle/Getty)