They say what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But for one couple, they’re hoping their elopement at the Neon Museum will be an exception. The bride wore a beautiful gold sequin gown and carried a bouquet of stunning flowers, a perfect contrast to the colorful background. The groom was handsome in his blue suit and black tie. After making their way through the museum, they posed for the most amazing pictures. They laughed, they cried, and they even shared a kiss or two. It was a day they’ll never forget, and they hope their elopement will be a reminder that sometimes, what happens in Vegas is worth sharing with the world.
For some couples, a traditional church wedding just doesn’t fit their style. If you’re looking for something a little more unique, the Las Vegas Neon Museum is the perfect place to tie the knot. The museum is home to iconic signs from the city’s golden era, and you can even exchange vows in front of the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign. Plus, what could be more romantic than saying “I do” under the bright lights of the Strip? Whether you’re a local or just visiting Sin City for your big day, a Las Vegas Neon Museum elopement is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
How did you meet?
We were introduced to each other by a mutual friend who thought we would really hit it off…and she was right! We quickly realized that we had the same sense of humor and bonded over our love of travel, dogs and our desires to build a family.
What is your proposal story?
While vacationing in Barcelona, Spain in 2018, Edwin proposed in front of the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia.
Tell us about your attire choices.
Our attire was really planned around The Neon Museum and the Arts district of Las Vegas. The sequined gold gown was glitzy and glamorous for Vegas but the color blended well with sand and the neon signs. Edwin’s blue suit was the perfect shade to pop against the gold dress and matched perfectly with the blue pumps Melody had fallen in love with.The black leather jacket was actually just brought along to throw on if it got chilly after sunset but it ended up playing on the urban, rock n roll feel of the arts district.
What were your favorite parts of the day?
We really had a great time walking around downtown Las Vegas during our photo shoot. We loved the unique art, the chill vibe and our amazing photographer who gave us some history of the area.
Do you have any advice for couples planning their weddings now?
Do what feels right for you, have fun and don’t spend your life savings trying to impress anyone other than yourselves.