DRIVE THRU WEDDING AT THE FAMOUS A LITTLE WHITE CHAPEL
Wayne and Erica are both in the Air Force, and met through work. They knew they wanted to get married and were planning a big wedding, but the Air Force had other plans. When Erica got orders to move out of country, they needed to get married quickly so that Wayne could be transferred to go with her. They decided to lean into their elopement and spend the weekend in Vegas.
Photographers Kyle and Tori met the couple at A Little White Wedding Chapel for their drive through ceremony, completed in the back of their convertible Mustang. Erica started with a cocktail length dress, garter, and sparkly silver shoes, and Wayne’s outfit included some signature Blue Suede shoes, inspired by Elvis himself.
“The ceremony was so sweet and fun, we were all laughing and smiling the whole time.” They told us.
“After the ceremony we took a drive down the Las Vegas Strip with the top down on the convertible to the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign, where they shared gambling themed cupcakes and photo bombed some tourist selfies. They knew they had to stop for lunch at the West Coast’s most loved franchise, In-N-Out. While waiting for their food, Erica and Wayne chatted with other patrons about their wedding day and why they chose Las Vegas. After parting with some newfound friends, we grabbed some shots with the Vegas style In-N-Out sign while they enjoyed their lunch on the back of their convertible.”
“Erica then changed from her cocktail length dress into a beautiful, elegant gown for some romantic sunset portraits on the Eldorado dry lake bed. Their dinner for two included reservations at the “Top of the World”, a rotating restaurant at the top of the Stratosphere casino that overlooks a 360 degree view of the city. Our last stop together was on Fremont Street after dark, where tourists oohed and awwed as Wayne and Erica walked by. They shared their first dance under the Fremont Street Experience Awning, surrounded by strangers and the flickering lights of Las Vegas, smiling, laughing, and so in love.”