What a great find this was. I, like most brides, researched many places in Las Vegas. I walked up and down the strip visiting one raunchy chapel to the next. When I finally walked into the Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel I was greeted with smiling faces and helpful people. And, with many options and packages at my fingertips I began to pick our perfect wedding. I already had the dress, and this being my first time getting married, I wanted it to be perfect. I realize that everyone’s perfect day is different, so let me tell you about mine. From the very beginning, the prompt staff took care of everything down to the flowers, photos and the live streaming of the ceremony on the net for my family in Iowa and Arizona. They answered all of my questions and helped me with things I had forgotten about, like the groom’s tux rental (how could I forget that in the frenzy.)
As my day approached I was relieved knowing that all my plans were in safe hands and just a phone call away since I live in Phoenix, AZ. The day approached, and an hour before the ceremony I received a nice call from our limo driver Diana. I instantly liked her right away, and she was very aware of my nervousness and I was appreciative for that. We were taken to the chapel, checked in, and we were on our way. I was so excited that it was going so perfectly that all I could think of was having fun! My soon to be husband and I were standing out front waiting for the ceremony to start. I caught his happy face and I knew that I had made a great decision about this place. I looked to the right and we were greeted by the Pink Cadillac Convertible that would drive us into the chapel to become husband and wife. It looked brand new and shiny as it sat in the Las Vegas sun. Wow! Elvis, clad in his white jeweled jumpsuit and gold sunglasses, got out of the driver’s seat and walked around to help my groom and I into the back seat. Won’t my guests be surprised when we pull in, since I didn’t tell anyone. Elvis got back in, the music started to play, he honked the horn twice, and the big doors of the chapel swung open to shower the chapel with sunlight as our chariot drove into the chapel. Fog and lights covered the chapel, and all I could hear was the cheers of my family and friends as they watched. Elvis helped us out and led us to the alter where he began our ceremony and made us husband and wife, almost. Afterwards we met with the minister that made it legal and binding. As I am left only with the great memories of my special day, and the fun that my now husband and I had in Vegas. I am very appreciative to Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel, because they truly made it a perfect day for us, to which I have told many people about our great adventure. I hope that people who read this will also follow in our footsteps and call on them again. I want to ad that in the beginning I had wanted the beautiful night garden package which was totally a brides dream come true, but when I saw the caddy I couldn’t resist. Good luck to all my fellow brides to be, and I wish you the same luck that we had!