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Denny's Wants to Host and Pay for Your Wedding This Valentine's Day

Because no millennial has the time or money to plan or pay for a wedding.

The place that whips up your favorite stack of flapjacks wants to host your wedding this Valentine's Day. But don't worry, you won't be tying the knot in a boisterous restaurant with ruckus galore. No, Denny's wants you to get married in the most traditional setting imaginable: at a chapel.

On Feb. 14, you and your beloved, bae, ride or die, or "ball and chain" can head to the capital of all eloping (Las Vegas) and stop in at 450 Fremont Street—aka the address of Denny's pop-up chapel—and get married for absolutely no cost at all. You don't even have to register. The catch? You have to snag a spot in line between the specified window of time.

You can have a shot at experiencing the Denny's wedding of your dreams, but only if you stop by between noon and 6 p.m. on Valentine's Day. Think about it, even if you have to camp out all night long just to marry your person without even having to pay a nickel, wouldn't it be worth it? At the very least, for the experience?

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If you claim your spot at the alter, your matrimony will be accompanied by an onsite officiant as well as a live DJ. You'll even have a reception, complete with a Champagne toast and Wedding Pancake Puppies (aka a fancier version of the chain's signature fried pancake balls). After you walk down the aisle with your diner-loving better half, you'll be able to waltz your way to the full-service bar, stacked with Denny's $2, $4, $6, and $8 drink specials.

Love doesn't get any more simple than that, folks.

So, on the most romantic day of the year, you could say "I do" to the one you love most—and courtesy of the place that cooks that plate of bacon and eggs the way you like it best. All you have to do is secure your plane tickets there.

It's the wedding you never dreamed of.

Cheyenne Buckingham
Cheyenne Buckingham is the former news editor of Eat This, Not That! Read more about Cheyenne