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Wedding Bells at Taco Bell

Wedding Bells at Taco Bell

Image Source: Taco Bell

Let’s taco bout love.

More specifically, love at Taco Bell.

Last year, Taco Bell started offering wedding services in its Las Vegas cantina where happy couples could get hitched in a Taco Bell chapel. The wedding package included swag, a reception area for couples and 15 guests, a bouquet made of packets of hot sauce, a Cinnabon Delights wedding cake, and 12 tacos. In the last year, 60 happy couples were wed in the Taco Bell chapel and there are 25 more planned for 2018’s wedding season.

Given the success of Taco Bell weddings, the chain is doubling down on this line of business. The party room at the Las Vegas cantina has been renovated to accommodate twice as many guests as before. And Taco Bell is introducing a line of wedding accessories in its online Taco Shop to help you say “I do” on your special day – whether it’s at a Taco Bell or not.

Just picture this: You’re walking down the aisle toward your dashing groom who is wearing a very fetching bow tie that is emblazoned with hot sauce packets. Under your wedding gown, you have on a matching saucy garter. And after you say your vows, you toss your hot sauce bouquet and toast your love with matching “Just Married” champagne flutes featuring Taco Bell wedding bells.

If that isn’t “living más,” I don’t know what is.

Posted by Sylvie