When it comes to planning a wedding, there are a few obvious venue options. But one couple took things seriously outside of the box (or, erm, “bun”) and decided to say “I do” at a Taco Bell.
Dan Ryckert and Bianca Monda won Taco Bell’s “Love and Tacos” contest, which earned them an all-expenses-paid fiesta at Taco Bell’s Las Vegas Cantina location, People reports. The couple beat out a number of other couples—including one woman who made an entire wedding dress out of taco wrappers—to earn an all-expenses-paid trip to Vegas and Taco Bell’s $600 in-house wedding package for free.
So what exactly does a $600 Taco Bell wedding look like? According to People, the day was filled with “a sauce packet bouquet, champagne flutes filled with Twisted Freezes, and a feast made up of quesadillas, Cheesy Gordita Crunches, burritos, and guacamole.” The I do’s were exchanged in a chapel, surrounded by the couple’s friends and family.
On the day of the wedding, the newlyweds took over Taco Bell’s Snapchat to share an inside look at the cheesy, beefy event. “I just got married at the Taco Bell Cantina in Las Vegas,” Ryckert said in a video on the app, People reports. “It was amazing. I am full but there’s more Cinnabon Delights cakes to eat so I gotta get busy with that.”
Yes, you read that right. As if a Taco Bell wedding wasn’t enough to fulfill all of your fast-food fantasies, the cake was made out of Cinnabon cinnamon buns.
The couple was the first to try out the taco chain’s $600 wedding package, which will be available to the rest of the world’s fast-food-loving fiancés as of August 7. According to People, the package comes with an officiated ceremony, a Taco Bell garter and bow tie, a sauce-packet bouquet, and a pair of “Just Married” T-shirts. And, of course, a 12-pack of tacos.
For Ryckert and Monda, trading vows in the church of Taco Bell actually carried a special meaning. “It was actually one of the first conversations we ever had,” the groom told People back in April, after learning he’d won the competition. “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.”
Love, apparently, is never having to question whether or not your partner is willing to pay extra for guac.