Would you like hot or mild sauce with your wedding? Beginning Aug. 7, marriages will join nachos and burritos on the menu of a Taco Bell on the Las Vegas Strip.
For $600, couples can walk up to the counter and order a ceremony to be performed inside Taco Bell Cantina at 3717 Las Vegas Blvd. S., at the corner of Harmon Avenue and the Strip, beside the Planet Hollywood resort.
The Irvine-based fast-food company announced the new service on Sunday at the wedding of New York City couple Dan Ryckert and Bianca Monda.
As the winners of a “Love and Tacos” contest, they were flown for free to Las Vegas to be married.
The $600 package will include the service — you’ll need a marriage license before showing up at the counter — plus unique souvenirs, such as a bouquet made from sauce packets and Champagne flutes bearing the “Live Más” logo.
Up to 15 guests can be invited to the reception. Meal planning isn’t a challenge; the food served is the straight from the menu board. The package includes a dozen tacos.
The only slight hitch to getting hitched: The bride and groom may have to wait up to four hours for the officiant to arrive from Flora Pop, a Vegas pop-up wedding company.
Taco Bell isn’t the first restaurant chain to offer in-house weddings in Vegas. Denny’s has offered them at its Fremont Street location since 2013. It charges $199.