This is arguably the most famous of the chapels on the Strip, maybe because they have the big sign saying Michael Jordan and Joan Collins were married here (again, not to each other), maybe because they were the first to do the drive-up window, or maybe because this is where Britney and that guy who isn't the guy from Seinfeld began their 51 hours of wedded bliss (no, we will never, ever get tired of mocking that bit of bad decision-making). It is indeed little and white. However, it has a factory-line atmosphere, processing wedding after wedding after wedding, 24 hours a day. Move 'em in, and move 'em out. No wonder they put in that drive-up window! The staff, dressed in hot-pink smocks, is brusque, hasty, and has a bit of an attitude (though we know one couple who got married here and had no complaints). They do offer full wedding ceremonies, complete with candlelight service and traditional music. There are two chapels, the smaller of which has a large photo of a forest stream. There's also a gazebo for outdoor services, but since it's right on the Strip, it's not as nice as it sounds. If you want something special, there are probably better choices, but for a true Vegas wedding experience, this is Kitsch Wedding Central.
- © Frommer's 2013
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