Spasibo to our Russian friends Anatolij and Olga! They renewed their wedding vows here at Viva Las Vegas weddings. Their chauffeur arrived at the Stratosphere hotel to whisk them away to Viva Las Vegas weddings to say “I-Do,” all over again.
They have been married 7 glorious years and made their 5800 mile trip to Las Vegas to do it Vegas style.
Elvis was their Minister, and their wedding involved the infamous Pink Caddy. Congratulations and thank you for your patronage!
I see Jan, Marcia, Cindy, Greg and Alice. The Little Red Riding Hood, a Priest and a Vamp are in attendance too?
Wehellll, what’s going on here? These fine folks are guests at a Vow Renewal Ceremony at Viva Las Vegas Weddings. Our lovely Bride and Groom came all the way from Australia and brought a few friends to attend their ceremony.
If it’s fun, if it’s whacky, or even if you are seriously looking for a beautiful traditional venue to begin your life’s journey, we invite you to join us at Viva Las Vegas Weddings. We offer all types of ceremonies to suit your taste.
My only question is …”Why does it always have to be about Marcia, Marcia, Marcia?”
The horseshoe is a common good luck charm in Europe. The horseshoe is to the Europeans like the four leaf clover is to the Irish. The horseshoe was brought to the western culture by the Greeks in the 4th century. The horseshoe was hung over the door and was said to ward off evil. This was introduced by St. Dunston who was a blacksmith by trade who later became the Archbishop of Canterbury in AD 959.
It then became a charm of sorts given at weddings. It is to be carried by the Bride with her bridal bouquet and throughout her reception. They are decorated beautifully and can also be displayed on wedding cakes. When Natalie & John came to Viva Las Vegas they brought their lucky horseshoe all the way from Liverpool. Ladies, just a friendly reminder if you so choose to display a horseshoe for your lucky day, remember it must be faced open end up…lest the luck is said to run out.
Our best to you Natalie & John, thank you for choosing Viva Las Vegas as your wedding destination!
So I’m walking down Main street in beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada and I run into these two guys. They were singing on the corner…they were dancing and having a gay old time. I’m just glad the performance was free.
They really weren’t very loud ( or was that because my imagination was soaring ) I guess the songs were just actually inside my head. It was a great moment and re -living the Blues Brothers made me incredibly happy.
If you are looking for a unique Vow Renewal or Wedding Ceremony and would like to re-live that awesome fun give us a call and book your Blues Brother style ceremony. It will have you and your friends clapping and dancing in the aisles with exuberance! Call 702-384-0771 to book your fabulous ceremony, and we’ll do all of the work.
Bored with the Same Old Wedding Chapels? Why not browse the single most fun chapel in Las Vegas~ Viva Las Vegas Weddings. We are a full service wedding chapel that serves up weddings, vow renewals, commitment ceremonies and themed ceremonies.
Our venues include a beautiful main chapel that seats up to 100 guests. Two exquisite outdoor settings, a floral gazebo and an enchanting garden. Viva Las Vegas Weddings also has a one of kind 50’s diner that is a true walk down memory lane that is both fun and inviting.
The true gem of this chapel is the Pink Caddy ceremony that has you entering the chapel in the back seat of a 64 convertible Pink Cadillac with Elvis acting as your driver and Minister. Fog effects are a fun part of this wonderful experience and its over the top fun!
Feel free to browse your many options at Vegas’ most intriguing chapel at www.VivaLasVegasweddings.com
To have and to hold from this day forward…An avid hunter catches a dear of a gal named Meredith and bids today to say “yes,” and “I-Do,” to this doe eyed beauty. I loved this ceremony because of the element of surprise. Daryl & Meredith chose to have a first look ceremony where the Bride is hidden from the Groom until she actually walks down the aisle.
A beautiful white stretch limousine picked this Bride up and whisked her away to the chapel for her big moment. I was so excited when Meredith mentioned how much Daryl loves hunting and camouflage gear and how she incorporated her bridal look to surprise him. Daryl wanted to wear a camouflage vest as part of his attire for his happily ever afters, so Meredith made it happen.
In fact, they found a ring for him that had the cammy look as well. Why our lovely Bride was so crafty that she made her bouquet, his boutonniere, and trimmed her wedding dress and train with that cool hunters camouflage to surprise her gallant gentleman. I was pleasantly surprised with Meredith’s creativity, but especially her selflessness at wanting to make her Groom happy. It was a beautiful ceremony and I felt so honored to being privy to their special love-story.