(NEW YORK) — The classic wedding tradition for every bride to have good luck is, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” Now, Taco Bell would like to add something hot and spicy, and maybe something crunchy.
The company has announced on its website that starting in the summer of 2017, the Tex-mex fast food chain is offering opportunities to get married at its Taco Bell flagship restaurant in Las Vegas at its second-floor wedding chapel.
According to the website, “All you have to do is get your marriage license, visit the restaurant in person this summer, walk up to the counter and order a wedding right off the menu.”
The $600 wedding package includes a ceremony in the chapel inside the restaurant with an ordained officiant within as little as four hours; private area for a reception for up to 15 of your closest family and friends; and custom merchandise — including a sauce packet garter and bow tie, “Just Married” T-shirts for the bride and groom, Taco Bell-branded champagne flutes and, of course, a Taco 12 Pack filled with tacos and a Cinnabon Delights cake for dessert. There’s also a Sauce Packet bouquet available for the bride to use during the ceremony.
Stay tuned to the Taco Bell website for the official date when weddings will begin.
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