Las Vegas Weddings at The Chapel

Surprise for Hubby of 15 years!


 Karl and Kimberly were married at Chapel of the Flowers 15 years ago! Kimberly decided to surprise Karl with a Renewal of Vows ceremony on Saturday.

She planned everything secretly… and pulled it off brilliantly! She told Karl that the restaurant was sending a limo, but when the limo arrived, he saw the “Chapel of the Flowers” logo on the window. She told him that we must be affiliated with the restaurant, pointing out that many businesses in Las Vegas share their resources and such… and he bought it! It wasn’t until he stepped out of the limousine, that Kimberly finally spilled the beans.

Karl walked into the chapel surprised and giddy. He laughed and smiled and was thrilled to be here, with his loving wife of 15 years. Of course they had a hard time convincing us that they had already been married for 15 years, because they looked so young. They said they get that all of the time, and we believe it. Just take a look at their youthful and amazing photographs taken by Danette!


Kimberly had another surprise for Karl, which was revealed during the ceremony. He had lost his wedding ring a few months back, so she had a beautiful new ring for him. Their Minister Al, kept it a secret until the moment they exchanged rings. It was so sweet!


Congratulations, Karl and Kimberly! It was an honor (and a lot of fun) to be there on your special day!

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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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