Lately it seems like more of our couples are adding off-site photography sessions to enhance the memories of their wedding day. As a photographer, going off site gives me a feeling of rejuvenation. I love shooting all over our beautiful chapel property, and every couple has their own unique inspiration for me. But sometimes it’s nice to get ‘outside’ and see what other backdrops and locales Las Vegas has to offer for photographing brides and grooms. More often than not, our couples choose locations on the Strip near their hotel – Bellagio, Paris, and the Venetian are quite popular; and Cosmopolitan inside City Center is rapidly becoming one of our favorite spots.
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.
Michael and Jeanette were married in our La Capella chapel this past Saturday and it was a grand affair. It was such a beautiful ceremony but was incomparable to the beauty of the bride.
Steve and Marina Cornman had a beautiful ceremony in our Magnolia chapel.
Daniel White had quite a surprise in store for his bride, who didn’t know she was going to be a bride when she woke up Saturday morning. Nicole was just thinking they were going on a regular Las Vegas trip, surprise surprise! Daniel had been planning their marriage for quite sometime and the romantic side of him came out when he decided to surprise Nicole even more with inviting family members to the surprise wedding.
With many of our couples, they desire something exciting, fresh and new for their wedding photographs. Our photography staff here at the chapel delivers!
The days of having the “typical” wedding photographs are long past. We can arrange for your photographs to be taken at Valley of Fire, The Grand Canyon or at numerous places along the fabulous Las Vegas Strip.