going to the taco bell and we're gonna get married
The bride carried a bouquet made of hot sauce packets, while the groom smelled of chalupas, as is expected when a couple marries inside a Taco Bell.
On Sunday, Dan Ryckert and Bianca Monda became the first people to get married inside Taco Bell's Las Vegas Cantina on the Strip. After they exchanged their "I dos," they dined on quesadillas, burritos, and some Cheesy Gordita Crunches, and toasted with their champagne flutes filled with alcohol-spiked Freezes. They then cut the cake together, a two-tiered masterpiece surrounded by Cinnabon Delights.
Starting August 7, the cantina's wedding chapel will be available to the nacho-loving public, and $600 covers an officiated ceremony, garter, bow tie, bouquet, "Just Married" T-shirts, and a 12-pack of tacos. These Taco Bell touches meant the world to Ryckert and Monda, who met online two years ago and found out early on that they shared a love of casual Mexican fast food. "It was actually one of the first conversations we ever had," Ryckert told People. "She told me that she'd pick Taco Bell over a fancy Mexican place any day of the week, and I knew then that we were going to be a great fit."