(USA TODAY by Kitty Bean Yancey) Getting hitched in a Vegas wedding chapel is so last century.
In July, a van with a minister began making the rounds, so couples could marry at the Vegas sign or at a site of their choosing.
Now comes word that a new Denny's planned for downtown Vegas will include a wedding chapel, photo booth, even flapjack "wedding cakes." Denny's CEO John Miller told the Associated Press that the restaurant/knot spot will be open 24 hours, which is pretty much a prerequisite in Vegas, famed for carefully considered major life decisions.
No details announced yet on prices or opening date, but you can bet they'll be more suited to penny-slot players than high rollers.