The Chapel of the Flowers on the Las Vegas Strip is celebrating marriage equality in the state of Nevada by donating 100 free weddings for both same-sex and opposite sex couples starting at 7 a.m. Oct. 19.
Couples can select from one of the many beautiful chapels to exchange their vows. The free wedding packages include the venue, a wedding coordinator, $50 credit towards flowers, nine 4x6 and two 8x10 photographs, wedding music, live online broadcasting, and a unity candle.
The total value of the donated weddings is $40,000.
"We believe marriage is much more than a human rights issue," said Robb Greer, Wedding Officiant at Chapel of the Flowers. "This is a celebration of legislation but more importantly a personal celebration between two people who can now legally marry. Chapel of the Flowers has been at the forefront of marriage equality, and everyone who works here is on board and elated to give all couples a beautiful wedding ceremony."
The Victorian and Magnolia chapels seat 20 to 30 guests; La Capella Chapel seats 70 guests; and the one-of-a-kind Glass Garden seats 70 guests.
Chapel of the Flowers was founded in the 1950s and is full-service wedding venue.
Couples should contact Chapel of the Flowers and book as soon as possible. Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. A $50 deposit will be required but it will be refunded upon arrival.