Behind-the-scenes of a Vegas Wedding


I have been working at the chapel for more than seven months now and have gotten the privilege to edit so many fantastic weddings. The offsite weddings that I get to edit are especially meaningful to me since the photographers usually choose to edit them themselves. I recently had the chance to edit Mr. and Mrs. Ngo’s offsite photo session. They got married here in our Magnolia Chapel on March 6, 2012. I cannot say enough about how great the photos turned out for this couple!


The bride wore a very traditional and elaborate wedding dress. The photographer took them to Caesars Palace, the Forum Shops and The Paris Hotel. Each location that was used was so unique, and I had not seen many of these places in the posts I have done before. I must add that the wind was blowing terribly that day and the couple could have simply decided to end their photo shoot early, but instead opted to brave the wind and cold to get their pictures. Although challenging, the wind also provided some spectacular shots, which the photographer captured perfectly. From the brides veil blowing around to parts of her dress being picked up in the wind, the shots were artfully done and added a unique touch to the photos.


I was so excited to see them move inside to the Forum Shops because I have not seen any other photographer here do that.


The fact that they were able to shoot so many great and new locations coupled with the artistic style of the photographer really made it a joy to work on.


By Chapel Marketing

Award-winning Chapel of the Flowers has provided traditional, intimate and elegant Las Vegas weddings on the world-famous Strip for nearly 60 years. It is a full-service wedding venue, with three elegant wedding chapels as well as a beautiful outdoor gazebo and glass garden. Its cobblestone-accented grounds and lush landscaping create a variety of options to capture that picture-perfect moment. The chapel’s professional wedding planners work with couples on a daily basis from one-year out to day-of planning.

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