A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas elopement

Photos by The Amberlight Collective

Kira and Dan have been together for almost 10 years, and they wanted a Las Vegas elopement with friends and family so their entire wedding day was a party in itself. They chose the iconic Wee Kirk O'the Heather (also the oldest wedding chapel in Vegas) because Heather was his mother's name, who had died a few years ago.

Let's travel with them around Vegas on their first day as a married couple, with Coronas, gold dresses, and, of course, Elvis…

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas elopement

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas elopement

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas elopement

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas elopement

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas elopement

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas elopement

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

A bad-ass and super chic Las Vegas wedding

Vendors

Photography: The Amberlight Collective
Hair & Makeup: La Bella Mafia • Venue: Wee Kirk O'the Heather Wedding Chapel • Elvis: Eddie Powers

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