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Chapel of the Flowers all-inclusive wedding eliminates hassle

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December 26, 2019 By Chapel of the Flowers

Getting married at Chapel of the Flowers in Las Vegas doesn’t mean a quickie ceremony officiated by an Elvis impersonator, unless, of course, that’s exactly what the client wants.

The venue, which has been in business since 1960, is the largest free-standing Chapel in Las Vegas with five on-site and nine off-site locations to choose from. And with packages ranging from $195 to more than $9,000, there really is something for every couple.

“It just all depends on what a couple wants for their special day,” Chapel of the Flowers’ Head of Marketing Michelle Goldberg said. “No matter how intimate or grand you want your day to be, we can make it happen.”

Venue specialists work with clients to help them decide whether a more traditional, intimate setting like the Victorian chapel or the modern La Capella Chapel, which Goldberg said reminded her of a hotel spa. The most popular venue is the Glass Gardens, an indoor garden for couples who want the look of an outdoor wedding without the southern Nevada heat. Chapel of the Flowers can also go as far as to plan a wedding at the Grand Canyon or the High Roller Observation Wheel.

“We plan thousands of weddings every year but have a full staff available for each wedding to ensure that every couple feels taken care of on their big day,” Goldberg said.

Chapel of the Flowers is all inclusive, which means couples don’t have to worry about finding and arranging dozens of different vendors. The chapel has their very own photographers, florist, ministers, and limo drivers on staff. The chapel is also working with top-notch partners such as hair stylist and makeup artists, gown and tuxedo rental companies, and reception locations to make sure each couple can customize their package to fit their wedding needs. The wedding venue also offers unique upgrades like a wine tasting with a helicopter tour, and yes, couples can even book an Elvis impersonator to sing at the ceremony.

“We have a long list of optional upgrades to really give the couple an unforgettable experience,” Goldberg said.

Ceremonies at the largest free-standing wedding chapel in Las Vegas run seven days a week, but Goldberg said the best days to book on a budget are Mondays through Thursdays. That’s when the chapel runs its specials.

“Weekends are busier than weekdays, so we suggest to couples that want to avoid crowds and have a more intimate setting to book a ceremony during the week,” Goldberg said.

The chapel has grown over the decades, offering more locations and bringing on more staff who specialize in floral arrangements and photography.

“It puts us on the map for having award-winning photography and exceptional services,” Goldberg said. “The original owners sold the business to the current owners about five years ago, and the entire property was renovated to feature trendy and modern chapels.”

You may also get lucky and spot a celebrity if you choose to visit Chapel of the Flowers. Country music star Carrie Underwood featured the Victorian Chapel in her "Last Name" music video. And Rascal Flatt featured the Magnolia Chapel in "Why Wait.” Just Recently, Vegas Golden Knights player, Ryan Reaves, officiated a ceremony in the La Capella Chapel.

Chapel of the Flowers was also featured on TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress” and “90 Day Fiancé.”

With decades of experience planning weddings, the staff at Chapel of the Flowers has seen it all and has the experience to fix whatever last minute “mishaps” threaten to derail a couple’s big day.

“We have been known to sew a couple of brides into their wedding dresses,” Goldberg said. “We can't plan for everything, but with our knowledgeable staff, we are well equipped to handle almost anything.”


 


This article was presented and sponsored by Chapel of the Flowers. For more information, go to ChapeloftheFlowers.com.


 


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