There's little that says love, romance and lifetime commitment quite like the city of Las Vegas and the smell of hashbrowns. Just ask the 33 couples who got married at a Las Vegas Denny’s in the last year and a half.
Denny's CEO John Miller announced this heartwarming tidbit Monday during an otherwise boring conference call with analysts discussing the company's second quarter earnings. “Denny’s on Fremont,” started offering the service inside its wedding chapel last April.
According to the in-store wedding coordinator, saying your "I do's" at the famous diner costs as little as $199 and includes use of the wedding chapel, a photo booth, a champagne toast, two wedding-themed Denny's T-shirts, a "Pancake Puppie" wedding cake, decorations, a bouquet, a boutonniere and a wedding certificate.
Though Denny’s may be one of the few large chains erecting a chapel to accommodate weddings, it’s not uncommon for couples with a zeal for a certain brand to choose to get married in a department store or fast food restaurant. Brides and grooms have pledged their lifelong devotion to one another in the shoe aisle of T.J. Maxx, the garden department of a Home Depot and under the florescent lights of an Illinois Taco Bell, USA Today reported in 2010.
Self-described “passionate Denny’s fans” Nancy Levandowski and Steven Keller were the first to wed at the company’s Las Vegas chapel last year.
"When we reflected on all of our memories made at Denny's, we knew that getting married over a plate of pancakes would be our best memory yet!" Levandowski said in a statement at the time.
Check out a few more photos from their special day below:
From inside the chapel:
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