What would be your fairy tale wedding destination? Ever thought about having your wedding outside a chapel or church? For Rachael and Philip, they had a destination for their wedding that not most would even attempt. They decided to trade the cold weather of Ireland for Nevada’s sun and warmth. And what better location than the Valley of Fire?!
At Chapel of the Flowers, we know not everyone can afford all the fireworks that come with putting on a major event, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a beautiful cake and eat it too! This top Vegas chapel says you deserve your dream wedding- regardless of your budget.
More in love than ever, Sergio and Glaucia were so excited to renew their vows after one year of marriage in Vegas! Glaucia searched for days online for the best chapel and she finally found one! When she did she told Sergio “This is it! This is the one”. Planning from Brazil is difficult, but they found it easy with their planner Courtney.
Yes, I admit it, I am a TLC and WE network junkie. I will sit and watch “Say Yes to the Dress” or “Four Weddings” episodes back-to-back, all day long, even if I’ve seen them before (which, I usually have). My husband can’t understand it at all because the last thing he wants to do when he gets home is watch television shows about what he does all day at work. I’ve explained to him that being a Wedding Planner is more than just a “punch-in, punch-out” kind of job. It is an ever-changing, always evolving, opportunity to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience for people that they will remember for the rest of their lives. I think that he, like many people, was under the assumption that getting married in Las Vegas was what you see in movies like “What Happens in Vegas” and “The Hangover.”
Chapel of the Flowers is an amazing place. For nearly 60 years, we have had the luxury to be a part of people’s most special of days. Whether they plan in advance or just show up, we do our best to give them the most wonderful memory. I know we do this daily here, but lately we’ve had more and more folks show up at the chapel to reminisce on the day they were once married here. I have had the pleasure of getting to meet those folks when they have visited the chapel on their trip to town.
Several years ago, David Nolan met Kerry at a charity event that she was working at. The two proceeded to fall in love and 10 years ago, they married at the Chapel of the Flowers. They had 35 guests come to Las Vegas to attend their wedding. David did not want to see Kerry before she walked down the aisle, so he wore a blindfold the entire time they were arriving and meeting with the minister. The next 10 years went on to produce two children of theirs along with more of life’s celebrations.
Ricky and Lauren have been together for six years when they tied the knot on Wednesday in our LaCapella Chapel with 24 guests in attendance. They began planning their wedding with us in mid-August of 2010. More than 20 of their closest friends and family traveled to Las Vegas all the way from the United Kingdom to join them. Ricky and Lauren were both very nervous, as well as all of Lauren’s bridal party, as they lined up to walk down the aisle, but it was sweet bliss for the newly-wed couple after the ceremony was over.
Catherine and Alex Birmingham are two people that make the best out of everything! The two of them are in the process of moving cross-country from California all the way to Maine. In the middle of their road trip, they made a pit stop in Las Vegas and decided to tie the knot.
How would you celebrate 46 years of marriage? A surprise trip to Vegas of course!
A thoughtful husband named Ed, SURPRISED his wife of 46 years, Carol, with a Renewal of Vows ceremony in Las Vegas! He set everything up for her and made sure everything was planned perfectly. Even more outstanding is that he also surprised her with friends and family who were seated in the chapel when she walked down the aisle. She had no idea that any of them had come all of the way to Las Vegas to be witnesses to their ceremony!
Madonna and Stephan Johnson met on a cruise on September 5th, 18 years ago. They ended up falling in love and getting married three years later. So now, on September 5th, 2011, they decided to renew their vows in front of their family members and closest friends. They travelled all the way from Queensland, Australia to have a one-month vacation where they are going travel all around America, while being accompanied by their two boys. During this time, they made sure to make a short stop in Las Vegas to renew their vows. What a great way to celebrate 18 years of life and love together!