Strike a Pose in New Downtown Las Vegas Photo Attraction

The Chapel of Flowers unveils its wedding-inspired version of the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign Downtown Las Vegas.

LA VEGAS, April 4, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Vegas is known for its Instagram-worthy photo locations on the Strip. The iconic wedding venue, Chapel of the Flowers, has added a new destination for locals and tourists to visit with its “Married in Fabulous Las Vegas” sign.

La Chapelle des Fleurs is proud to be part of the transformation of Downtown Las Vegas by adding its miniature wedding-themed version of the famous Vegas sign to give tourists another reason to venture past The Strat in the trendy arts district. The stylized vintage sign was built as a tribute to the 5 million couples who shared their love in Vegas.

The structure is half the height and width of the original “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign. It differs from the original, using the word ‘married’ instead of ‘welcome’, making it a must-visit destination for couples getting engaged, newlyweds or anyone looking to celebrate love.

“Our new “Married in Vegas“The sign is a symbol of love, says Donne Kerestic, CEO of Chapel of the Flowers. “We hope our photo location will be a popular destination for all locals and tourists visiting Downtown Las Vegas. Whether you got married at our chapel [or not]celebrate a birthday or visit Vegas with your partner for the first time, we’d be honored to see anyone and everyone take a photo at our sign.”

Visitors are encouraged to stop by – the sign is open to the public 24/7 at 1727 Las Vegas Blvd. (next to the Chapel of Flowers) at Downtown Las Vegas. Parking is free but limited. Although it is not mandatory to book a ceremony at the chapel for a panel photo, couples who choose to get married at the Chapel of Flowers have the option of having their wedding photos taken at their new photo attraction.

With the new addition to the downtown landscape, the chapel has partnered with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) and the Las Vegas Wedding Chamber of Commerce to participate in the “Forever Happens Here” campaign. The Chapel of Flowers sign will be one of eight iconic photo locations in its #LUCKYINLOVELASVEGAS Instagram contest, starting on April 4, 2022and crossing January 31, 2023.

The popular wedding chapel is no stranger to innovative ideas and contests. Known for past pageants like “Get Married By Ryan Reaves” and featured on by Robert Irvine “Dinner: impossible”, the chapel is an essential wedding venue for unforgettable wedding moments and events.

Learn more about elopement packages, all-inclusive weddings and wedding planning ideas by visiting littlechapel.com and the wedding blog.

About Chapel of Flowers

Chapel of the Flowers celebrated 60 years of love on the Las Vegas Strip. Located near the arts district in Downtown Las Vegas (1717 Las Vegas Blvd. South), it is the largest freestanding chapel in Vegas.

Marrying over a quarter of a million couples, Chapel of the Flowers is known for its first-class wedding planners, ceremony and reception packages, professional wedding photographers and on-site flower boutique. The sprawling one-acre property features five newly renovated indoor and outdoor wedding venues, perfect for an intimate wedding or larger celebrations for up to 88 guests. The chapel has ceremony space for almost any style, from garden weddings to elegant ceremonies.

The top-ranked chapel has won awards on TripAdvisor, The Knot, and Las Vegas Review Journal’s Best of. Vegas. Chapel of the Flowers has also been featured in the media on TLC shows, “Say Yes to the Dress” and “90 Day Fiancé”, as well as music videos for Carrie Underwood “Last Name” and “Why Wait” by Rascal Flatts.

La Chapelle des Fleurs strives for excellence and is honored to be one of the favorites Vegas chapels in the “wedding capital of the world”.

Media Contact

Donne Kerestic, Chapel of Flowers, 702-735-4331, [email protected]

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