Chapel of the Flowers

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Chapel of the Flowers
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Address 1717 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Previous names Little Chapel of the Flowers
Website www.littlechapel.com

Chapel of the Flowers (formerly Little Chapel of the Flowers) is a wedding chapel located on Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Chapel of the Flowers was one of the earliest wedding chapels built on The Strip, but has undergone numerous renovations in its history. It is considered one of the more traditional wedding chapels in Las Vegas.[1] Couples from all over the world come to this chapel to get married.[2]

Celebrities[edit]

Chapel of the Flowers, as seen from Las Vegas Boulevard

Chapel of the Flowers is known for being the wedding location for Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra, as well as the setting for the reality TV show "Happily Ever Faster" on TLC (TV channel). Ronnie Vannucci, the drummer for The Killers, worked as a photographer at the chapel while the band was recording their first album, "Hot Fuss".[3] Additionally, Chapel of the Flowers has also served as the location on several celebrity occasions, including for the music videos "Why Wait" by Rascal Flatts starring David Arquette as the groom and comedian Ron White as the minister. It was also the site where Carrie Underwood mistakenly got married in her music video "Last Name."[4] Mogul Richard Branson also orchestrated a publicity stunt where he served as Best Man for a UK couple, with the wedding taking place at Chapel of the Flowers.[5]

Today[edit]

Chapel of the Flowers has provided Las Vegas weddings on the world-famous Strip for over 60 years. It is a full-service wedding venue, with three wedding chapels as well as an outdoor gazebo and glass garden. The chapel’s professional wedding planners work with couples on a daily basis from one-year out to day-of planning.

On-site, Chapel of the Flowers provides fully equipped white limousines; videography, where a couple goes home with their ceremony DVD that same night; photography, where couples can pick up their photos and view slideshows in its photo gallery the following day; and a full-service florist, making bouquets and flower arrangements. The Las Vegas wedding chapel offers live Internet broadcasting[6][7] to cater to the destination bride.

Chapel of the Flowers has won numerous awards; including: TheKnot.com “Best of Weddings” (2011 - 2014) and “Hall of Fame”;[8] WeddingWire “Bride’s Choice Awards” for “Best Wedding Venue: Las Vegas;”[9] as well as the Las Vegas Review-Journal Readers Pick for “Best Wedding Chapel”[10] and “Best Website” by the Las Vegas Wedding Awards and Beautiful Bride Magazine.

Notable weddings[edit]

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