Have you ever thought of getting married in Las Vegas? I am sure you have...everyone has. It is the wedding capital of the world! Las Vegas Wedding Chapels have been portrayed in a certain light in past decades, but times are constantly changing.
Flowers hold a very special place in weddings and events. They add a certain flavor to the event by adding different colors, contrasts, shapes and sizes. They are not necessarily the first things that are chosen, but definitely not the last. The colors that the Bride has chosen will be carried out in the theme of the wedding.
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Vegas prides itself on being the “Wedding Capital”, partly because it’s been crawling out of economic woe since 2008. It’s added vows renewal, domestic partnership, hen parties, and (since 2014) same-sex weddings.
We’re touring several other chapels, thanks to Joni Moss Graham, wedding planner at LV Wedding Connection.
The Wedding and Gaming Capital of the world joined together to capture luck in love and money dynamics. This was the biggest wedding day ever for Las Vegas. Planning for this unbelievable date with three 7s began a year in advance. Everyone knew it was going to be huge - ever since the special calendar dates began with 09/09/99. We knew this would be a marriage day that would never be repeated again.
At LV Wedding Connection you can order custom floral bouquets. This Bride ordered beautiful yellow Calla Lillies for her wedding. Upgrades can be made by your Wedding Coordinator up to 1 week before your wedding. What a nice way of personalizing your wedding!
You may also order matching Boutonnieres and Bridesmaid Bouquets.
Weddings in Las Vegas are extraordinary. What could be more fun than receiving Las Vegas’ biggest welcome at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada sign? Well…how about asking Elvis to join you and your Bride for a wedding to remember?
Elvis arrives in his 1955 Pink Convertible Cadillac to greet you, and to officiate your “Love Me Tender, “ moment.
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