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Las Vegas Weddings to be Held in Russian Restaurants
14.02.2012 11:40
Las Vegas Weddings to be Held in Russian Restaurants

The Japanese restaurant “Dve palochki” offers an unusual way to celebrate St. Valentine's Day. Only today, February 14, you will be able to get married by a real pastor from Las Vegas.

      The ceremony will be held via Skype under the laws of the State of Nevada, which allow you to quickly get married at any time of day and night.

      All restaurants will be specially decorated – neon lights, songs of Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra playing from the speakers, staff members in a cowboy form.

      Grooms and brides will get wedding dresses, rings and champagne so that to create a festive atmosphere.

      The pastor will speak English, but those who don't know the language will be given a special wedding dictionary so that they could respond in time.

      Several days later all couples will receive a marriage certificate from Las Vegas - Marriage Certificate of State Nevada – and a wedding photo.

      You can get married at all restaurants “Dve palochki” in Moscow and St. Petersburg from 6 p.m. till midnight.

      Check adresses on the official website (English version available). 

      Source: The Village. Image courtesy:

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian restaurants St. Valentine's Day Moscow St. Petersburg 

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