Marry your sweetheart at a Dunkin’ Donuts wedding chapel. Prefer Taco Bell? Pizza Hut? Who knew? Here’s the list …

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While it’s not quite on the level of getting married by an Elvis impersonator in Las Vegas, there are donuts involved!

Dunkin’ Donuts, which recently dropped “Donut” from its name and is now known simply as Dunkin’, will take over a Las Vegas wedding chapel location and marry the two businesses to marry you and your sweetheart.

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Which means that as of this coming weekend, you can take the dip into matrimony while dipping your favorite donut.

Talk about a delicious proposition.

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Dunkin’ will be taking over Sure Thing, a wedding chapel run by wedding pop-up company Flora Pop, on Saturday, February 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

According to a press release from the brand, couples who get married in the chapel will be surrounded by Dunkin’ décor and “bling,” as well as an officiant with Dunkin’ pink hair. Anyone can get married, from the newly engaged to those who are renewing their vows.

 

And talk about an incentive, the first 100 couples to get married at the location will receive a doughnut bouquet courtesy of Dunkin’, though a pink haired “officiant” is not on the same level an impersonator of the King of Rock and Roll.

For those already married, the good news is that you can renew your wedding vows at the Sure Thing chapel.

For those with more discriminate dining desires, The Daily Meal shares details on other chain restaurants where you can get married.

One being a Denny’s restaurant in Las Vegas, that has  its own Las Vegas chapel — the restaurant offers a $99 wedding package that includes use of the chapel, a silk bouquet and boutonniere, a Champagne toast, and a certificate commemorating the ceremony, the food and drink website reported.

Taco Bell also offers wedding services at its flagship Las Vegas Cantina Restaurant, which has a new line of wedding attire, wedding package and an expanded wedding chapel, according to Marketing Drive.

Other restaurants who might be eager to accommodate nuptials include Burger King, Buffalo Wild Wings, The Cheesecake Factory, Hard Rock Cafe, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Olive Garden and the Rainforest Cafe.

White Castle will also let you tie the knot like royalty… sort of.

Tom Tillison

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