The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas’s most buzzed about new addition since its December 2010 debut, is making headlines again with the debut of Sin City’s first-ever pop-up wedding chapel. Set on a street-level location fronting the bustling Strip (because nothing says Vegas wedding like a gaggle of curious passersby), the chapel will offer traditional wedding, commitment, and vow renewal ceremonies, but also tack on some additional offerings of the only-in-Las Vegas variety like pet weddings or faux weddings (to let you try your wedding on for size before making it legal).
The Pop-Up Wedding Chapel is primped for impromptu affairs, and offers three package options ranging in costs from $80 to $195 (though it'll set you back an additional $90 to make the entire affair legal), incorporating essentials like wedding bands (distributed from a gumball machine, of course) and libations (champagne in a can, anybody?). A photo booth is on hand for the newly betrothed to post pictures directly to Facebook and Twitter and the chapel will feature a replica Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign to serve as the iconic Vegas wedding photo backdrop. The chapel opened on December 28 and will be open for business daily; visit www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com for more deets.