Chapel of the Flowers has released our latest wedding floral designs just in time for the fall and winter months. Take a peek at our newest floral designs for your Las Vegas wedding.
Chapel of the Flowers is known for elaborate and elegant floral arrangements by our fabulous on-site flower shop. Although all of our ceremony packages come with floral selections, couples have the opportunity to upgrade to one of our fashion-forward specialty bouquets or design their own.
We love Pantone’s Color of the Year 2014: Radiant Orchid! This luscious purplish-pinkish tone is a hot choice for spring weddings and we want to show you some of the top ways we can incorporate this exciting color into your own wedding.
Today, we will be doing another installment celebrating the amazing designs that come from our Floral Department at Chapel of the Flowers. I spent the majority of January through April working in the Flower Shop this year, and I have to say that we had some beautiful custom bouquets come through the shop. In this entry, I really want to showcase the extent of the custom design you can submit to our Floral Designers who will in turn, create the bouquet and floral additions of your dreams.
I love the anticipation before meeting my couples when I first greet them at their limousine – this is such an important day for them and I get so excited to be a part of it! On this day, the first limousine pulled up with all the gentleman since the bride and groom had a Deluxe First Look.
In meeting a couple prior to their ceremony and showing them around the Chapel grounds, I always find that walking into the Flower Shop puts the biggest smile on their face. Even mentioning the flowers being ready gets a lot of brides excited, and in return it gets me super excited as well. I mean, what girl doesn’t love flowers!
Hello Chapel of the Flowers Blog Readers, my name is Samantha and I have been a wedding coordinator at the chapel for almost two years. However, I just recently have had the pleasure of helping in our Flower Shop. For the last few weeks, I would spend a couple days a week making bouquets and arrangements and then a couple days a week coordinating. At times, it would work out that I had made all the flowers for a ceremony the day before, and then coordinated the wedding the next day!