Couples can creep into love at The Little Vegas Chapel this Halloween with a Zombie Elvis officiant and holiday-themed spooky wedding ceremony Monday, October 25 through Monday, November 1.
The Halloween package will feature a Zombie Elvis officiant, dead flower bouquet and boutonniere, black veil and a special photo opportunity with a skeleton driver in the chapel’s famous pink Cadillacs. The chapel lobby will be frighteningly decked out in Halloween décor. The package will also include professional photography, a private online photo gallery, five digital images, up to 18 guests and a wedding coordinator, with camera phones permitted.
Las Vegas headliner and Elvis impressionist, Steve Connolly “Spirit of the King,” will be officiating these special weddings. With more than 10,000 performances spanning three decades, Connolly is an internationally recognized, sought-after Elvis artist with a deep entertainment history here in Las Vegas.
In addition, The Little Vegas Chapel will be holding an Instagram Halloween costume contest to encourage couples getting married at the chapel during the month of October to share a photo of their costumes, detail their love story in the caption, and tag @thelittlevegaschapel. The shared photo with the most
likes and interaction will receive a complete collection of their wedding photos in a private online gallery valued at $499.
“We love seeing happy couples at the chapel dressed in their favorite costumes, and are excited to take Halloween to the next level this year with Steve Connolly as our Zombie Elvis officiant,” said Michael Kelly, managing partner of The Little Vegas Chapel. “An Instagram contest is another fun way for us to connect with our couples and get in the holiday spirit while giving away free wedding photos to one lucky couple that they can cherish for the rest of their life.”
Ceremony time slots for this promotion are limited. Couples must call (702) 385-5683 to book a reservation. This special is only available for ceremonies conducted Monday, October 25, 2021 through Monday, November 1, 2021.
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