ELVIS fans are being offered the chance to have their wedding vows renewed by the King... or the next best thing.

Brighton Palace Pier is offering two lucky couples who Can’t Help Falling In Love to have singer and registrar Elvis Shmelvis re-do their special moment all over again next month.

All they have to do is send in a picture of themselves with their faces showing on a special Elvis mock-up which is on the pier.

They will then be in with a chance to renew their vows on August 20, four days after the 40th anniversary of Elvis’s death.

One couple who haven’t Lost That Loving Feeling are Tony and Mary Deane.

This year they celebrated their 25th anniversary and they said they would jump at the chance of being married again by an Elvis impersonator.

Tony, 49, said: “We’re massive Elvis fans and have been for as long as I can remember.

“I grew up listening to him so his music has just stuck with me and he’s one of my favourite musicians. He was just so cool.

“It would be great fun to have our vows renewed by Elvis and this is a really special year for us.”

It is Tony’s 50th birthday this year and Mary’s 60th. the couple from Nottingham were holdaying in Brighton.

He said: “We would definitely do it and it would make our silver anniversary really special.”

Mary feels the same way and she is also a huge fan of the rock and roll legend.

She said: “It would be amazing to do it. It’s something different and you’d remember it for the rest of your life.”

The ceremony will be held at 3pm in Horatio’s Bar on the pier and the couples will get to have a first dance to an Elvis classic.

Another pair who thought it would be a bit of fun were Americans Jamie and Alicia Prado.

Jamie, 42, from Chicago, said: “Being American, Elvis is a legend to us in the States.

“To do something like this would be really funny and it’s just a bit of a laugh.”

The King is a hit for most couples but for Trev and Annika Makepeace, an Elvis record would be enough.

Trev, 74, said: “He was great and had a fantastic voice. I like hearing him sing but that’s it – I wouldn’t want him to re-do our wedding vows.”

The pier has often been a setting for people to declare their love. In May a man proposed to his girlfriend there after staff helped him organise it. For some, though, the landmark has been more Heartbreak Hotel than a Good Luck Charm.

Anne Martin, managing director of the pier, said: “We are always delighted to share in these happy moments and help provide lasting memories.

“Apart from one lady who actually said no, we are pleased to say that the pier provides a traditional and romantic backdrop to one of life’s defining moments.”