Eat, drink and be married! Chapel of the Flowers is showcasing their most popular wedding reception locations. This week’s featured Las Vegas reception venue is a stylish restaurant with real flair and true “Hollywood Glam”.
Why stop your wedding day at “I do”. Continue your wedding celebration all night long with a Chapel of the Flowers wedding reception package.
There is no special day complete without exceptional memories. So how do you ensure those memories are captured on your wedding day? By booking a photo session with one of our fabulous photographers! From the minute you step out of the limo, your photographer is right there snapping away.
Why not complete your wedding day adventure with a high-flying helicopter ride? Sure, Las Vegas is practically synonymous with having a good time – but exploring the beauty of the surrounding area will elevate your experience here to the next level. Discover the depths of the majestic Grand Canyon and extraordinary Hoover Dam from thousands of feet above. Afterwards, soar across the Las Vegas Strip for a romantic bird’s-eye view of the city. Make this a honeymoon you won’t soon forget!
We love military weddings. You know when you see a couple look at each other and their love just radiates from them and makes your heart smile? Yeah, that describes Dennis and Callan! The way they look at each other just screams true love!! I was so honored to be their wedding coordinator. They are so adorable. Callan’s smile is so contagious and Denni is just so relaxed and was so excited to see his bride.
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!
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.”
Ryan and Lindsey were married in the La Capella chapel on 9-10-11. In attendance were about 40 guests and all of them so excited to see them marry one another on this one-of-a-kind date. I could tell that Ryan and Lindsey were two very special people that had a lot of people who loved them.
Rizaldy and Chona Villegas have been married for 20 years, and they decided to renew their vows at Chapel of the Flowers on Saturday, July 16th. They were joined by 70 of their friends and family members. Since so many loved ones attended their ceremony, their bridal party was forced to stand throughout the entire ceremony because there was no room to sit! They had a large bridal party, which included their four children. All the ladies wore hot pink dresses, and the boys had matching tuxedos on. Everyone was dressed to the nines!