If you think winter weddings are all about snow and pinecones, wait until you see this winter Las Vegas Wedding, with a red theme and a Chotronette dress!
Perla and Stephen had some of the most amazing details at their gorgeous Las Vegas warehouse wedding. I’m talking growing garden centerpieces that doubled as ceremony decor, surprise quotes (that they BOTH used to surprise the other!), laser cut quotes above their welcome table, and a 12-man mariachi band that entertained guests as dinner was passed around. After cake, they kept the dessert train going with fresh made churros and ice cream.
What’s black, white and red all over? This amazing pop art-themed wedding inspiration at the Joshua Vides Chapel installation at the Palms Hotel and Casino. Using his signature black and white sketch motif, Vides converted 800 square feet of the Palms into this fun interactive art space he titled, “Til Death Do Us Part.” Guests are welcome to participate in multiple ways including everything from taking photos for their social media to actually getting married in the space.
Traveling all the way from Wales, Helen and Dewi wanted a distinctively glamorous Las Vegas desert wedding. Helen was a show-stopper in a chic grey dress and a handmade crown while Dewi rocked a tailored suit with tons of texture and handmade shoes covered in webs and “Sin” and “City” on the backs.
Just wait until you see the flowers, the darkly glam cake, the signage, and the wood-fired artisan pizzas they had for dinner…
Anna and Bryon’s Las Vegas elopement had everything we love about Vegas: a classic Elvis impersonator officiant, a playing card boutonniere, lots of DIY that matched Las Vegas style (look out for the big dice “bouquet!”), and a pancake reception (with a playing card pancake topper!).
Don’t miss Anna’s amazing two-piece dress with detachable skirt…
When we saw this stunning pink Las Vegas wedding, it was as if cotton candy clouds had descended on us and we jumped right into it. Immerse yourself in the fluffy pink goodness: the kicky pink dress, the flamingo shoes, the retro-styled pink hair, and the sweet-as-hell pink cake. The groom, Mike, looked fab, the bride, Karen, was ROCKING her whole look, and we are done in by the fabulousness of it all.