A little white chapel with a steeple may seem rather odd in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. Inside, this charming place ... More
Candlelight Wedding Chapel
A little white chapel with a steeple may seem rather odd in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. Inside, this charming place features wooden pews and a high open-beamed ceiling. It has been a popular choice for celebrities to tie the knot since 1967. Whoppi Goldberg and Patti Duke are just a couple stars who have recited vows here. Wedding packages can be simple or elaborate. The fees range from USD179 to USD499 plus marriage license fee and minister's donation. Arrangements for video photography and limousine can be made also.
Husband and I got married there May 2004. Had fantastic time could not fault anything, everything and everyone wonderful. Would not change the day for the world. Was planning on returning soon to re-new vows there. We are very shocked and very upset to hear its no longer there.
My hubby and I were planning on visiting for our 20th on June 30th and was disappointed to hear it was gone. I did a quick search and found that the chapel has been moved to the Clark County Museum in Henderson. It has been open to visitors since November.
My husband I married there on 5/18/1996. It was perfect for us. I had the big dress, my dad walked me down the aisle and we had 17 people there with us. We've been back several times to see the chapel and sadly the last time it was covered in grafitti and no longer open.
My husband & I were married in the chapel 10 years ago and planned to return next month to renew our vows. I am heart broken to hear it is closed until November. I had 50 family and friends fly to Vegas for a fun filled time, but also had a lovely ceremony (and a big white dress too!) in a beautiful chapel. I was happily surprised and thought the gentleman who married us was great, I though his french accent was romantic.......
My husband and I were married there almost 14 years ago (6/2/96). It was quirky but, it's Vegas, I didn't expect perfection. I was looking for a website to recommend to a friends who is considering a Vegas wedding. I am sad to see that it is no longer there. I can't imagine having had my wedding anywhere else.
We chose Vegas because of our adult children. We wanted them to have a nice time as my husband to be was from England. I lived in Arizona and lets face it, we wanted everyone to enjoy themselves. It was the end of Dec., it ended up snowing in Vegas, I got the flu, the preacher was French and I still don't know what we agreed too. My bouquet which was part of the package began to fall apart during the ceremony, the heater was blazing and we all began to sweat. It just went on. Luckily for us we did get a video made and could watch to see what was said by the preacher and what we agreed too, although his accent was thick and he went on and on about things we know. We are both in our late forties and this wasn't our first time around the block. Eventually we remarried in our church Temple as we converted to the LDS faith. That was more meaningful and we celebrate that day as our anniversary. One of our children has married since then and decided the traditional church wedding was best after watching ours. Our daughter is engaged and is planning the traditional wedding as well. Our package came with a cake and limo. We had to get our license ourselves and standing in line running out every 3 minutes to puke wasn't fun. I am sure people thought I had a hang over. Never again. Never will I go back to Vegas because the memories were not happy ones. At one point the preacher asked if I was alright I looked so pale. I wished I could have understood what he was saying during the ceremony. The tape is nice but you have to strain to understand. Live and learn. We all did. Especially our children.
We were married at the candlelight wedding chaple july 16 1975 we were only 19 at the time we could'nt gamble or drink and the chaple gave us a coupon for a bottle of champagne at the little restaurant next door and it only cost us $ 75.00 for the hole thing we still have the receipt from our visa card.
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