Friday Funny: Taco ‘Bout An Awesome Wedding!

Planning to tie the knot but haven’t found the perfect wedding venue yet? Your search may have just come to a deliciously cheesy end.

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Dan Ryckert and Bianca Monda celebrate their Taco Bell wedding. (PRNewsfoto/Taco Bell Corp.)

Some couples dream of getting married on a beautiful tropical island, others yearn to exchange vows Disney-style in Cinderella’s castle. But until now, couples who dreamed of tying the knot among burritos, tacos, and chalupas had to make do with a local taqueria. No mas!

Beginning August 7, fans everywhere can tie the knot Taco Bell-style at the brand’s flagship Las Vegas Cantina restaurant.

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The Taco Bell wedding feast. (PRNewsfoto/Taco Bell Corp.)

Yes, you read that right: You can now get married at Taco Bell.

On June 25, Taco Bell hosted its inaugural wedding for the winners of its Love and Tacos Contest, in which couples across America entered to win an all-expense paid trip to wed at the Las Vegas Cantina. Following more than 150 entries and nearly 17,000 votes, happy couple Dan Ryckert and Bianca Monda won the contest, and celebrated the wedding of their Doritos Locos Taco-filled dreams.

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The Taco Bell wedding package includes Taco Bell branded champagne flutes and a sauce packet bouquet. (PRNewsfoto/Taco Bell Corp.)

Now that Dan and Bianca have paved the way, 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. For a mere $600, the wedding package is complete with a ceremony performed by an ordained officiant, a private reception area for up to 15 guests, custom merchandise for the bride and groom, Taco Bell branded champagne flutes, a Taco 12 Pack, a Cinnabon Delights cake and, last but certainly not least, a sauce packet bouquet.

So, if a wedding’s in your future and you haven’t yet finalized your plans, consider a Taco Bell wedding. It’s sure to be an experience you and your guests will “taco ’bout” for years to come.


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