17 May 2019
Las Vegas will shortly celebrate the 20,000th gay marriage less than five years after same-sex marriages were legally recognized in Nevada on 9th October 2014.
The majority of Las Vegas wedding chapels now welcome LGBT couples for weddings and commitment ceremonies, and we'll shortly be bringing you the full up-to-date list of the wedding chapels who genuinely believe that "love is love" and behave accordingly towards gay couples. We'll call it out on each chapel page as we receive written confirmation.
But in the meantime - a recent 5-star review on Trip Advisor from a lesbian couple stated: "Our experience of Chapel of the Flowers was wonderful. From the planning stages of our wedding right through to the big day was fantastic. We were made to feel really special even though there are weddings there all day every day. The level of personal attention we got was second to none. We are a same-sex couple and as such there can always be some hesitation that this will be an issue. This was absolutely not the case and we were completely accepted and made to feel really special. The staff were fantastic and our minister Rob was wonderful. If you're going to get married in Las Vegas then definitely use the Little Chapel, Chapel of the Flowers!"
"Love is love, and every staff member here supports ALL couples who want to celebrate their love in a serious way," said Nicole Robertson, Chapel of the Flowers Director of Operations. "We have hopeful anticipation that the 20,000th same-sex wedding ceremony takes place here at Chapel of the Flowers!"
Chapel of the Flowers was voted "Best Place to Get Married in Las Vegas" for 2018 and has helped celebrate same-sex weddings with hundreds of couples in the past five years.