It’s a traveling wedding chapel that was fittingly founded in Vegas.
Here’s what you need to know about the unique venture:
1. It Costs $129.00
It’s Vegas’ first mobile wedding chapel, with an officiant and photographer provided.
The couple gets to pick a location out of a variety provided.
2. Two Reverends Run It
Adrian Gonzalez and James Cass are behind the venture. “We discovered in a very short time that what people loved about the Wedding Wagon was how personal yet affordable we could make their special day,” Cass told the Las Vegas Sun.
He continued, “There’s a real need right now for couples seeking a fun service like ours,when the only easy and inexpensive option in most cities is the Justice of the Peace.”
3. It’s a Franchise
The franchise had its soft launch in February of 2014. The initial fee for the franchise is $25,000.
In their press release on their site, Cass explained, “The perfect Wedding Wagon candidate is someone with a great attitude and a passion for helping people. Joining our team means that franchisees become part of an exciting brand and proven business model that is on the leading edge of wedding trends, has minimal overhead and provides excellent, personal training.”
The company suggests having two people, one as an officiant, the other as a photographer.
4. They Provide Locations
One of the most popular wedding destinations is the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign.
Other venues include the Pinball Hall of Fame and the hangar at Henderson Airport.
5. It’s Been Chosen for Awards
Within its first year, it was named Las Vegas Review Journal 2013 Best of Las Vegas Best Chapel and Nevada Magazine 2013 Best Wedding Venue in Southern Nevada.