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Las Vegas chapel makes unique offer to couples named Travis and Taylor to celebrate the celebrity couple

The chapel promised a memorable star-studded wedding for those with a unique combination of names.

Las Vegas chapel makes unique offer to couples named Travis and Taylor to celebrate the celebrity couple
Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs (L) celebrates with Taylor Swift after defeating the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game. (Image Source: Getty Images | Patrick Smith)

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have been getting quite a lot of attention with their newfound relationship, especially against the backdrop of the Super Bowl. NBC Sports Group shared in a press release how Kelce's Chief Jets game was the most watched NBC NFL Regular-Season Game on a Sunday, with over 29 million views. With the internet becoming seemingly obsessed with the couple, many businesses have creatively used the opportunity to improve their sales. A chapel in Las Vegas, Chapel of the Flowers, revealed that they would be doing free weddings to couples who were named Taylor and Travis during Super Bowl Sunday. 

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift are seen leaving the SNL after party on October 15, 2023 in New York. (Image Source: Getty Images | MEGA)
Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift are seen leaving the SNL after party on October 15, 2023 in New York. (Image Source: Getty Images | MEGA)

Donne Kerestic, CEO, spoke to PEOPLE, saying, "For those not eligible for a Super Bowl ring, how about a game-day wedding with some Las Vegas Bling? If your name is Taylor and you'd like to get married to your partner Travis after the big game, this is your chance to score a free Vegas wedding!" Fortunately, the offer also extends to one more lucky couple whose names are not Taylor or Travis. The chapel has also shared a post on their official Instagram with a catchy caption, saying, "Whether you're Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift, or just lovebirds ready to tie the knot, seize the moment and say 'I do' with us."


 
 
 
 
 
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All couples have to do to get a shot at a free wedding is to upload a photo of themselves kissing right below the Married in Las Vegas sign and then tag @littlechapel on Instagram. The chosen couple will have a professional wedding planner get in touch with them to get additional details. The chapel made one more concession by pushing the deadline for submissions to Valentine's Day, which would allow more people to participate. It's really sweet to see such a gesture by the chapel, as even smaller weddings can be quite expensive.


 
 
 
 
 
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Another effect that Swift and Kelce seem to be having is helping dads and daughters bond better, according to TODAY. Since Swift shows up for all of Kelce's games, many daughters end up watching them with their dads, allowing them to bond. 7-year-old Emme's dad shared how he had grown to appreciate the singer after she started showing up at Kelce's games. This prompted Emme to start watching the game, which he loves. "For me, it felt like the Super Bowl, which would be the only other time that anybody would remotely want to sit down and watch football with me," he said.



 

Similar to him, many other dads across the country are sharing their stories of how Swift's appearances at games have allowed them to spend more time with their daughters. The dad further explained, "It was an appointment viewing. It was not just, 'Oh, okay, football's on. We'll watch it with you. We want to watch that.'" He further added, "It allows us to spend more time together and do the things that we both individually like to do." It is quite heartwarming to see how the celebrity couple's relationship has had such a largely positive impact on the community as a whole.

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