17 Photographs That Will Make You Want to Tie the Knot in Las Vegas
The idea of saying “I Do” in Las Vegas has its appeal: There are endless options for venues, chefs, and entertainers ready to tailor your wedding to your taste — without all the months of planning.
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Las Vegas-based photographer Gaby Jeter has captured many moments with couples from around the world getting married on and off the Strip.
“There’s an allure and thrill that draws people here,” says Jeter, who has noticed an increase in the popularity of eloping in recent years. “It’s the excitement of running away, usually on a whim, hand in hand with the one you love.”
Whether in the middle of the strip of Las Vegas Boulevard, Freemont District, downtown or in the desert valley a wedding in Las Vegas is an unforgettable way to say “I do.”
Right This Way
Wedding information neon signage at the Neon Museum, a popular venue for ceremonies and receptions.
Welcome to the Rest of Your Life
A couple from Australia walks away after saying their 'I do's' under the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign.
An Elvis impersonator performing all the hits on a double decker bus a newlywed couple rented out for the wedding party for a tour of The Strip.
The Road Ahead
A Florida couple traveled cross-country in their van ending in Las Vegas to tie the knot.
Bride has a little Monroe moment outside her motel.
For Richer or For Pizza
After exploring downtown Fremont Street, these newlyweds from Poland decided to grab a slice of pizza.
Blue Suede Shoes
An non-traditional Australian bride wears a red designer dress with blue suede heels next to her equally stylish husband outside of the Neon Museum.
Something Old, Something New
The ever-changing East Fremont at dusk. A revived old favorite where you'll find some hip bars with some of the best food in the Vegas valley. Also a popular district for weddings with iconic neon signs lining the streets.
Ashley and Dylan, from Canada, giggle hysterically as they see Elvis walking around chatting on his cellphone during his lunch break.
Little White Chapel
Happily married couple walks out of the the Little White Chapel on Valentine's Day. This famous chapel is the place of Britney Spears's infamous shotgun wedding that only lasted 55 magical hours.
Down the Isle
Bride and Groom walking the arts district in downtown Las Vegas right before their ceremony at the Flamingo.
Famous on Freemont
Australian brides treat their guests to a stroll down Fremont Street and almost almost going inside El Cortez for their famous $10.95 prime rib deal.
A couple posing near one of the colorful murals downtown while a local scoots around.
An Elvis Elopement
A couple from London, planned their elopement of 35 guests in just under one month. The bride grew up listening to Elvis so it was only natural for her to have a kitschy Vegas wedding at Graceland Wedding Chapel.
The Tod Motor Motel
Newlyweds walk out of a classic mid-century motel built in 1962, a perfect place for mid-mod enthusiast.
A wedding party from UK line up where the strip meets the desert.
Let the Good Times Roll
Newlyweds doing a strip tour on a open double decker bus with their wedding party.