Hey Pranksters: Getting Fake-Married in Las Vegas is Super Easy Now
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Hey Pranksters: Getting Fake-Married in Las Vegas is Super Easy Now

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Forget novelty mugs and shot glasses boasting iconic Las Vegas signage. There’s a souvenir option that’s just as kitschy, if a little less … expected: a fake wedding photo from “I Got Married in Vegas! Just Kidding.” For $34.95 you can have that iconic “Just Married” snapshot with a fake Elvis officiate and an “authentic looking” wedding certificate. Located right on the Vegas strip outside of Bally’s Las Vegas at Grand Bazaar Shops, it’s a great spot for taking a quick break from gambling and playing some matrimonial dress-up (dresses, veils, and bridal bouquets included).

Truth be told, getting fake-married has never been easier: You won’t even have to step foot into one of Vegas’ many little white chapels. Jump in front of a green screen right on the sidewalk with your bride- or groom-to-be and start posing. You’ll walk away with prints and digital copies emailed to you right away, perfect for shocking all of your friends and family on Instagram.

If a fake wedding isn’t what you’re looking for, you’ve got options. Pranksters can also opt for the I Got Arrested in Vegas, I Won a Million Dollar Jackpot in Vegas, or the I Got Knocked Up in Vegas (never fear: fake belly included) packages.

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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