If the hangover from your wild Vegas bachelor(ette) party leaves you unable to leave the house the day of your wedding, don't worry. The wedding can now come to you.

ABC News reports that the new Las Vegas Wedding Wagon is up and running for business.

The Wedding Wagon, owned by Andy Gonzalez and James Cass, charges couples $99 for a 10-minute legal wedding ceremony. Since starting up the wagon last week, they've married four couples.

The Wedding Wagon's price tag includes photos and a minister -- even a t-shirt if you book by the end of July -- but not a marriage license. Couples are required to pick up their license at Vegas' City Hall before calling the mobile marriage unit.

The wagon's website says prospective couples can call, text or go online to reserve a date with the bus. Couples can also choose from one of the Wedding Wagon's "Preferred Locations" -- such as the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign -- or have the mobile ministers come directly to their home.

The Wedding Wagon is just one way to get hitched in Sin City, a place known for its quirky, quickie weddings. If a sidewalk wedding isn't your style, maybe you'd prefer a true shotgun wedding? One Vegas firearms store began performing wedding ceremonies in March.

Click through the slideshow below to see couples who tied the knot in Vegas.

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  • Jeremy And Marcia Wigginton

    This Tennessee couple makes a wish at 11:11 everyday, so 11/11/11 was the perfect day for them to say their "I Do's." They got married under the sign because, as Marcia Wigginton told HuffPost Weddings, "That's Vegas."

  • Rock Star Wedding Party

    An excited group celebrates under the Vegas sign.

  • Elvis Presley Performs A Marriage

    An Elvis Presley impersonator helps a couple to tie the knot.

  • Elvis Presley

    An Elvis Presley impersonator gets prepped for a wedding ceremony.

  • Reverend Mark

    Reverend Mark -- also an Elvis Presley impersonator -- arrived on site dressed in full Presley garb. But his bride and groom, Patty Reinert and Kenny Clure, were expecting to be married by a minister, not an impersonator. That was no trouble for Reverend Mark, who dashed back to his car, changed clothes and quickly returned to marry the happy couple.

  • Patty Reinert And Kenny Clure

    Patty Reinert almost didn't make it to her 11/11/11 wedding. The special education teacher got called into work when none of the other staff at her workplace in Oklahoma could handle her students. At the last second, a school director was called in, and Reinert and Clure took off for Vegas.

  • A Formal Affair

    A formal wedding party gathers under the Las Vegas sign after an 11/11/11 ceremony.

  • Sparrow Morgan And Gabriel Koen

    Sparrow Morgan and Gabriel Koen eloped under the Vegas sign on 11/11/11. The Los Angeles couple wanted a fun, low-stress wedding, and "what's more fun than Vegas?" Morgan told HuffPost Weddings. They met 15 years ago in a comic book shop in Texas. Their dogs, Sophie and Hunter acted as "Best Man" and "Best Girl."

  • Elvis Presley

    Another Elvis Presley impersonator, singing at Sparrow Morgan and Gabriel Koen's 11/11/11 wedding.

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