Rooftop Parking Garage First Look
Monica & Brian has an intimate wedding at the Sure Thing Wedding chapel in Downtown Vegas on 4/3/21, a fun date indeed - and wanted their wedding to have all the Vintage Vibes of Vegas in the 50's. Their wedding was gorgeous, glamorous, intimate, and just all around so much fun! From renting an awesome 50's Chevy Crestline in sexy red that just matched perfectly with her sliver sequin wedding dress and bold red lips.
Their day started with a first look at the top of a rooftop parking garage downtown, cause why not? We walked them down from their hotel separately, and then took a few more shots before they got picked up in their vintage car and headed Downtown for some more photos in front of colorful murals. The photos included in epic Champagne pop, because everyone should pop some champagne on their wedding day and spray it for some fun and memorable photos! Being an elopement photographer in Las Vegas means using wild and epic locations like parking garages and downtown alleys filled with street art for photoshoot backdrops!
Downtown Vegas Street Art Wedding Photos
Sure Thing Wedding Chapel Elopement
After we had captured some fun and vintage photos of the gorgeous couple on their wedding day, we headed to the Sure Thing Wedding chapel for a beautiful intimate ceremony with their friends and family. "Surely" the pink elephant showgirl officiated their ceremony, and it was everything a Vegas elopement should be! Fun, quick, and filled with so much love and zero stress!
Vegas Test Kitchen Micro Wedding Reception
Just because you elope in Vegas, doesn't mean that you can't have an awesome send off - like this fun bubble exit from the chapel! Bubbles are the new sparkler send off... because they are SO MUCH EASIER and not as dangerous as some of the sparkler send offs we have captured! Their wedding day ended with a fun reception in the back of Vegas Test Kitchen, including some of their favorite foods, and fresh wood fired pizzas. When blending two families and two cultures, why not have the best of both worlds, and when I say that I mean sushi and meatballs?! Also - the more dessert the better! For their ceremony & reception, they had THE BEST music... Sorry In Advance dueling violins. They played so many amazing hits on the violin and harp and seriously kept the party BUMPING!