Now You Can Have The Taco Bell Wedding Of Your Dreams

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A Taco Bell in Las Vegas is getting a wedding chapel.
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Taco Bell Cantina in Las Vegas is cashing in on Valentine’s Day fervor and the area’s reputation as a haven for wild weddings by letting patrons order nuptials right off the menu.


For a measly $600, you and your spouse-to-be can not only be lawfully wed in a Taco Bell chapel, but the chain will throw in a Taco Bell garter, bow tie, sauce-packet wedding bouquet (mmmm), “just married” t-shirts, champagne flutes, and a wedding cake made out of a Cinnabon.

But here’s the best part: It’s catered! For your first meal as a married couple, you get to chow down on the legendary taco 12-pack. Speaking of firsts, this will probably also mark the first night you and your new spouse shit your brains out together. But you’re committed now, in sickness and in health, forever. And you can’t take back those vows, even if they are administered by the Taco Bell chihuahua.

It’s also worth noting that the fast-food chain is hosting a contest for the first couple to have a Taco Bell wedding that includes an all-expenses paid trip to Las Vegas, Nevada and hotel stay at Planet Hollywood.

Editor's Note: This article by Gina Harkins originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and veteran community.

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