This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

February 22 2018 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Taylored Photo Memories
This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore
Photos by Taylored Photo Memories

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!).

Here's what Anna had to say about the experience:

"We had always dreamed of running away to Vegas to be married by Elvis (we thought this was only possible in a chapel), and we knew we wanted to theme our elopement around the old-school glamour of Downtown Las Vegas. With a background in arts, I had researched and fallen in love with the arts district of DTLV, however it wasn’t until I spoke with our photographer Mckenzi that the dreams for our day were truly realised and made a reality. She listened to our ideas, identified their core essence, and suggested to us that we take Elvis to the streets of Downtown Las Vegas, and get married in front of the murals we had researched and loved! And this was perfect — truly beyond our wildest dreams."

Don't miss Anna's amazing two-piece dress with detachable skirt…

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas wedding took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

This Las Vegas elopement took Elvis on the road and finished up with pancakes galore

Vendors

Photography: Taylored Photo Memories
Venue: Zio Ziegler Mural DTLV
Officiant: Roland August • Makeup Artist: MAC at The Miracle Mile Shops

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