Neon Museum Wedding Photos | Camille & Macho
Camille and Macho celebrated their wedding in Las Vegas on a beautiful mid-October day. An intimate group of friends and family traveled to witness these two tie the knot. They started their destination wedding with an engagement session at the murals downtown. They met their friends and family at the Linq for happy hour and partied the night away (until 1am eastern standard time anyways).
The next day, wedding activities started early with hair and make up from Glam Squad. After a few mimosas, the bridal party was whisked away to Chapel of the Flowers before the groom arrived for the ceremony. The ceremony was short and sweet, captured by the chapel photographer. But the activities didn’t end there. Camille and Macho hired a limo service to tour their guests to The Neon Musem, a one of a kind museum unique to Las Vegas. It houses antique neon lights from casinos and the original strip. It’s colorful, unique and like no other museum I’ve ever seen.
The reception was held in a private room at the Canaletto at the Venetian Las Vegas. Which is ANOTHER beautiful photo backdrop. After our bride and groom were exhausted from smiling so much, they sat down for a four-course meal, including filet mignon and sgroppino, an ice cream like drink with lemon sorbet, vodka and prosecco. As our night ended, the party just began. The guests geared up their second wind to gamble and find the best drinks of the strip. In the end, Camille and Macho left arm-in-arm, happily married surrounded by people they love.
Enjoy these sneak peeks. More pictures to come soon!