Ten Happy Years Down, Many More To Go

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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.

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A Legacy of Love

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On Saturday, September 17, 2011, Doyalene and Gary Layton celebrated 50 years of marriage together and had the most romantic, touching and heartfelt Vow Renewal ceremony I have ever seen. I did not have the privilege of coordinating their wedding, but word spread throughout the Chapel of how amazing their ceremony was, so I decided to watch their ceremony when I was home later that night. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can view it here.

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New Friends in Familiar Places

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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.

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A Surprise Wedding!

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David and Karen Nelson told there family that they were going to visit Karen’s sister in New Mexico on August 10th. Little did their family know that they were actually going to make a stop in Vegas to get married!

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The “How to” for planning a Las Vegas Wedding

Many wonder if they can have a traditional wedding while still getting married in Vegas. The answer is yes! There are wedding chapels in Las Vegas where you can have the best of both worlds, a traditional wedding ceremony, yet on a Las Vegas budget and on a Vegas timeline.

Often times, Las Vegas wedding chapels offer live Internet broadcasts, which may be beneficial to you in your research and planning. This feature allows family abroad to view your wedding and you will also have a chance to view others’ Vegas weddings to get an idea of what your own ceremony may be like. You can also read reviews on weddings in Las Vegas on a variety of sites that will help better give you an idea of what the various wedding chapels are like.

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