Get Married at Taco Bell and Begin Your Happily Ever After with a Taco 12 Pack

Thinking of eloping in Vegas? Do you love Taco Bell with a fierce passion? Then you might want to pay attention.

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Thinking of eloping in Vegas? Do you love Taco Bell with a fierce passion that reserved only for your favorite fast-food establishment and the inventor of the magical fourth meal? Then you might want to pay attention.

Taco Bell wants to reward the love its serious fans have for the brand with even more love — by letting some of those fans have their weddings at its flagship Cantina location in Las Vegas.

No, this is not a drill, folks. You can now get married at Taco Bell, and the favorite late-night snack stop wants to help you do it in style!

“Cookie-cutter weddings are a thing of past for millennials, who are putting new, personal spins on old traditions,” states a recent company press release announcing the new wedding package. “For couples who love Taco Bell, and each other, tying the knot at Taco Bell is a unique way to spend their big day.”

The flagship Cantina restaurant in Vegas actually has its own little chapel, so taco-loving couples can get married on-site. Those lucky enough to book the special space for their big day can also order a Wedding Package right off the menu, complete with a Taco Bell-themed garter and bow tie, sauce packet wedding bouquet, “Just Married” t-shirts, T-Bell Champagne flutes and a Cinnabon Delights Wedding Cake — whether that last item is an actual cake or a croquembouche-style stack of cinnamon buns is still TBD, but either way, that sounds pretty good, amiright? The icing on the Taco Bell cake? Newlyweds who choose to tie the knot at this Las Vegas location will be treated to a Taco 12 Pack — their first meal together as a married couple. Awwww.

The whole package costs a whopping $600, according to the press release, “and will include a full ceremony and officiant.” This may seem like a lot for Taco Bell, but when you compare that to the cost of a wedding ceremony absolutely anywhere else, it’s really a total steal.

If you’re interested in saying “I do” at your favorite taco spot, you won’t be able to book your nuptials before the summer of 2017. That is unless, of course, you’re the lucky winner of the restaurant’s latest sweepstakes. Find out how to enter for the chance to be the first couple married in the T-Bell wedding chapel! Good luck, taco-loving friends, good luck.

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