Las Vegas. It's always been a haven for quickie weddings (remember Britney Spears?), but now the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has done it's city one better by erecting a pop-up wedding chapel for its guests.
The chapel, set directly on the Strip, opened December 28 and will around for vow renewals, traditional marriages, commitment ceremonies, pet weddings and even faux weddings through February.
"The Cosmopolitan's new Pop-Up Wedding Chapel is a new twist on a Las Vegas tradition, the impromptu wedding," the hotel's CMO, Lisa Marchese, said in a statement. "Whether you want to come in and renew your vows, get hitched or even just try marriage on for 24 hours with a faux ceremony -- it will undoubtedly be a memorable experience."
Yes, she said "faux wedding."
The chapel has a retail space where couples (or pets) can pick up wedding bands, announcements and apparel. There are three packages, starting at $80.