Thursday, July 18, 2024

You Can Finally Get Married In A Taco Bell

All of your high school Taco Bell drive-through dreams are coming true. It’s part of a partnership with Las Vegas-based popup wedding specialists Flora Pop, who will officiate the weddings. You can invite up to 15 guests, including your very non-judgemental family and your closest friends, and experience a spicy-sweet wedding ceremony within four hours.

The ceremony costs $600, and includes a dozen tacos, a Cinnabon Delights cake and a bouquet of hot sauce packets.

Taco Bell is no stranger to grand, romantic gimmicks—or, gestures—with their previous campaign for Valentine’s Day. Called Love and Tacos, the company gave away a free wedding, including a trip to Vegas, to the bride who got the most creative with her love of Taco Bell. Diane Nguyen made a gown entirely out of burrito wrappers:

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At the time of that contest, Taco Bell announced a competition to become the first couple married in the Las Vegas location. Dan Ryckert and Bianca Monda won, and were married Sunday, June 25.

“Starting August 7, fans everywhere can have their own Taco Bell wedding, which they can walk in and order right off the Las Vegas Cantina menu,” company said in a statement. “This is unlike anything we’ve ever done before, so we are excited to see the response from our fans and see how many do take their love – both in their relationship and with Taco Bell – to the next level.”

If you’re ready to tie the knot and toast with a Crunchwrap Supreme at the same time, head to Vegas.

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