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There's no better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than to plan a wedding at Taco Bell


On this Valentine's Day, which happens to fall on "Taco Tuesday," Mexican fast food franchise Taco Bell announced its plans to add wedding ceremonies to its menu, according to a press release. Beginning in summer 2017, visitors to Taco Bell's Las Vegas Cantina flagship can get hitched in its premier wedding chapel.

Couples will also be able to order a Taco Bell-style wedding package off the menu, which includes, a garter, bow tie, Sauce Packet wedding bouquet, champagne flutes, and a Cinnabon Delights Wedding Cake.

“I love that we are taking Taco Bell all the way to wedding bells,” said Marisa Thalberg, Chief Marketing Officer at Taco Bell Corp. “From sauce packet proposals to couples catering their wedding parties and afterparties with Taco Bell, we have known for years that some of our most creative fans have been incorporating Taco Bell into this momentous occasion.

To promote its newest venture, Taco Bell launched a sweepstakes contest where couples can enter to win an all-expense paid trip to Las Vegas and become the first pair tying the knot at the Taco Bell chapel. Couples can enter to win by sharing a photo or 30-second video of themselves, detailing their love story using #LoveAndTacosContest.

For those still skeptical of a fast food-sponsored wedding, take a look at past Taco Bell ceremonies. 

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