Lynelle and Matt wanted something different for their rooftop elopement and they absolutely succeeded, as you’ll soon see. Chalk up the awesomeness to the American flag pants, killer gold sequin jacket, the skyline of old Vegas, and a tiny after-party in downtown Las Vegas. Oh, and there’s the whole matter of the Chewbacca officiant in a suit.
It’s weird, it’s ultra fun, it’s a little nerdy (for Star Wars day!), and it’s a whole lot of us falling over ourselves to see it. But there’s no waiting for you… time to see the sweet little rooftop elopement…
Marty and Isabel hail from Darwin, Australia and wanted an outdoor reception in the deserts of Las Vegas. They chose the stunning red hills backdrop of the Valley of Fire. The ceremony had some acoustic guitar and a really lovely floral backdrop that matched Isabel’s bouquet. They followed it up with custom cat and panda cookies (as well as a cake!). Then it was off to Vegas proper for some partying.
This pair had their desert boho wedding at The Historic 5th Street School, the school that the groom’s grandfather attended during The Great Depression. Don’t miss the wooden silhouette of Red Rock ceremony backdrop, the hand-sculpted cake toppers, Filipino meets Irish traditions, gorgeous party space, anime references, “President” and “VP” Flower girls, and really solid advice from the bride. This is a must-see.
Tasha and Martin live in Australia, but they trekked all the way out to Las Vegas for their rock ‘n’ roll Vegas destination wedding. Everyone headed to the oldest Tiki bar in Las Vegas, Frankie’s Tiki Room, a very cool, very dark, and intimate bar. The wedding was officiated by The King himself, naturally.
If there was ever a testament to taking your own elopement photos, it’s this super fun campy retro Vegas elopement. They turned their Vegas wedding into a mini vacation with shows, tourist traps, and so many amazing candid shots. They look like they had the best time and we get to go along for the ride. Let’s peek at this killer Vegas elopement…
Kendra and Spencer had a rooftop wedding at twilight in Downtown Vegas with neon light backdrop. So glamorous, so shiny! This Vegas destination elopement featured the bride’s black and white gown, the groom’s chic black suit, florals from Flora Pop (and their tear drop trailer!), and the Vegas sunset. Let’s peek at how it all went down, including their first shared donut as a married couple.