Couples in Japan are getting married with alpacas

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ALPACA Weddings Big in Japan!

In bizarre trending news, it has been reported that the newest "fad" coming out of Japan is getting married with alpacas...yes, you heard right. Alpacas.

Japanese luxury resort and hotel "Epinard Nasu," located in the Nasu Highlands, is offering an "Alpaca Wedding Package." For the fee of 488,000 Yen, or 4,067 U.S. Dollars, you too could enjoy alpacas at your wedding, bowties and all!


According to Ruptly TV, the hotel is located right next to the Nasu Animal Kingdom; this allows the alpacas to grace wedding-goers with their presence and head back home to the zoo fairly easily.

The $4,067 venue fee includes: wedding dress and tux rental, a chapel wedding ceremony, a photo album, a night at the hotel, dinner...and the alpacas, of course!

So we want to know, would you want alpacas at your special day?



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Couples in Japan are getting married with alpacas
An alpaca with partially regrown hair stands with others during the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. The herding of cameloids like alpacas, llamas and vicunas has been a major highland activity since 4000 B.C., providing indigenous civilizations with a reliable and sustainable supply of wool, meat, fertilizer and heat. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
Llama herders watch a fashion show featuring creations made with wool from alpaca and llama at the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. The herding of cameloids like alpacas, llamas and vicunas has been a major highland activity since 4000 B.C., providing indigenous civilizations with a reliable and sustainable supply of wool, meat, fertilizer and heat. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
An Aymara indigenous woman wearing a shawl made of alpaca wool attends a fashion show featuring clothing made of local alpaca and llama wool, at the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. The herding of cameloids like alpacas, llamas and vicunas has been a major highland activity since 4000 B.C., providing indigenous civilizations with a reliable and sustainable supply of wool, meat, fertilizer and heat. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
Children try to feed straw to alpacas at the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. The herding of cameloids like alpacas, llamas and vicunas has been a major highland activity since 4000 B.C., providing indigenous civilizations with a reliable and sustainable supply of wool, meat, fertilizer and heat. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
A model wears a creation made of local wool during a fashion show featuring clothing made of alpaca and llama wool, at the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. Llamas and alpacas are native to the Andes in South America, particularly Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and Peru. The llama is a national animal in Bolivia and featured in the national coat of arms. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
An Aymara indigenous woman, wearing traditional clothing made of wool from alpaca and sheep, watches a fashion show featuring creations made with wool from alpaca and llama at the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. The herding of cameloids like alpacas, llamas and vicunas has been a major highland activity since 4000 B.C., providing indigenous civilizations with a reliable and sustainable supply of wool, meat, fertilizer and heat. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
Llamas stand with others during the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. The llama is Bolivia's national animal and featured on the national coat of arms. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
Models wear creations made of alpaca and llama wool during a fashion show at the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. Llamas and alpacas are native to the Andes in South America, particularly Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and Peru. The llama is Bolivia's national animal and featured on the national coat of arms. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
A vendor sells crisp, fatty skin of roasted alpaca, a variety of "chicharon" during the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. The herding of cameloids like alpacas, llamas and vicunas has been a major highland activity since 4000 B.C., providing indigenous civilizations with a reliable and sustainable supply of wool, meat, fertilizer and heat. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
Alpacas are featured at the annual Camelid Expo fair in El Alto, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015. The herding of cameloids like alpacas, llamas and vicunas has been a major highland activity since 4000 B.C., providing indigenous civilizations with a reliable and sustainable supply of wool, meat, fertilizer and heat. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
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