Want to Get Married Next to a Dramatic Replica of Princess Diana's Wedding Dress?

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The Prince and Princess of Wales leave St Paul's Cathedral after their wedding, 29th July 1981
The Prince and Princess of Wales leave St Paul's Cathedral after their wedding, 29th July 1981

Jayne Fincher/Princess Diana Archive Princess Diana and Prince Charles

Forget Elvis — the marriage capital of the world is adding a royal wedding experience to its roster.

Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition is set to open inside The Shops at Crystals adjacent to ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas next month. The attraction features 12 curated rooms including "Wedding of Century," where couples can actually tie the knot among thoughtfully chosen artifacts from Princess Diana and Prince Charles' 1981 nuptials including a dramatic recreation of Diana's bridal gown.

"Over 120,000 weddings are performed in Las Vegas each year, it has become the marriage capital of the world," curator of Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition, David Corelli, tells PEOPLE. "So, here we have the ultimate room showcasing artifacts and mementos from the most famous wedding of all time. And we thought, why not create something uniquely special for people to celebrate their love that you can only get here in Vegas?"

The wedding package features a ceremony and private dinner inside the room.

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Princess Diana Exhibit Las Vegas
Princess Diana Exhibit Las Vegas

Courtesy Princess Diana A Tribute Exhibition Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition

All visitors to the exhibit will get the chance to see the life-size replica of the iconic wedding dress made out of paper by Belgian artist and sculptor Isabelle de Borchgrave.

In a unique twist, guests can also walk on top of the gown's 25-foot train, which is encased in a glass floor.

The wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer at St Paul's Cathedral in London, 29th July 1981. The couple leave the cathedral after the ceremony
The wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer at St Paul's Cathedral in London, 29th July 1981. The couple leave the cathedral after the ceremony

Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Princess Diana and Prince Charles

Designers Elizabeth and David Emanuel were tasked with creating the royal wedding gown and took several precautions to keep the dress a secret before the nuptials. According to Royal Style in the Making exhibit curator Matthew Storey, the team put scraps of fabric that were not used on the actual dress in the garbage in case any members of the press went looking for clues. When July 29, 1981, finally arrived, Princess Diana arrived at St. Paul's Cathedral wearing the voluminous ivory ball gown with a sparkling veil.

In addition to including antique lace from Queen Mary as Princess Diana's "something old," the wedding dress also included a blue bow inside the bodice as the bride's "something blue." Diana put a hidden good luck charm on her dress, too: an 18-carat gold horseshoe trinket studded with white diamonds.

Princess Diana Exhibit Las Vegas
Princess Diana Exhibit Las Vegas

Courtesy Princess Diana A Tribute Exhibition Princess Diana: A Tribute Exhibition

In addition to the replica wedding dress, the custom-built, 10,000-square-foot exhibition houses a collection of over 700 items, including several of Princess Diana's authentic evening gowns and fashion garments. There are also artist installations, historic royal textiles and a collection of correspondence, gifts and personal items of Diana and the royals.

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The exhibition was created in partnership with Pink Ribbons Crusade, a charity sharing its collection of royal memorabilia to raise funds to fight breast cancer.

Tickets are on sale now for the exhibit, which opens on Sept. 2.