This chapel’s claim to fame is that Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra exchanged their short-lived vows here—but don’t hold it against the place. They offer full services from photos to flowers, and more, with three chapels to choose from. The La Capella Chapel fits 50 and has a rustic Tuscan feel, with wood pews and frosted-glass sconces. The Victorian chapel, which holds only 30, has white walls and dark-wood pews and doesn’t look very Victorian at all—but as the plainest, it’s also the nicest. The smallest is the Magnolia Chapel, done in simple white marble with a free-standing arch. If you want an outdoor ceremony, you might choose the gazebo by a running stream and waterfall that nearly drowns out the Strip noise. There’s also a medium-size reception room and live organ music upon request, plus Internet streaming of services is available for those of you who have second thoughts about not inviting the family. It’s a pretty, friendly place, owned by the same family for more than 50 years. It does not allow rice or confetti throwing.
Las Vegas› Attraction
Chapel of the Flowers
1717 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Our Rating Neighborhood At E. Oakey Blvd. Hours Mon–Thurs 7am–8pm; Fri–Sat 7am–9pm Phone 800/843-2410 or 702/735-4331 Web site Chapel of the Flowers
Map1717 Las Vegas Blvd S. Las Vegas
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