Dust off your dancing shoes and start shaking your tail feathers for today we head to Sin City to celebrate in style. This Las Vegas wedding is utterly epic: from the hot-to-trot bride in a satin BHLDN dress and her dashing groom in a dark tuxedo; to the gold sequin maxi dresses worn by the bridesmaids paired with bouquets of silk fuschia sweet peas (which look so real we couldn't tell they were faux); to the Elvis Presley celebrant and cotton candy machine, this wedding is so Vegas and we want to be whisked there at once. Bright lights, big city, brilliant wedding. Party on.

The Vibe Of Our Day

We didn’t have a particular style for our wedding because we were more focused on the vibe. We were aiming for a celebration that felt modern and chic, reflecting us as a couple. Our venue, The Neon Museum, was very non-traditional. It’s an outdoor exhibit of all the old neon signs from downtown Las Vegas. We found it whilst browsing through Pinterest and booking it was a no-brainer as it was the first venue we were truly excited about. Neither of us wanted a traditional wedding banquet, so we opted for street tacos, sliders, doughnuts and a cotton candy machine – food we knew everybody would like – and we had a friend conduct the wedding ceremony dressed as Elvis. When in Vegas!

Nicole & Jamey

Gold Sequin Bridesmaids Dresses

Vegas will always be in vogue, and Nicole and Jamey's wedding is proof that you don't need to sacrifice style to say your 'I dos' in Sin City. This Las Vegas wedding is a cacophony of colours, and our couple made the best choice in booking Chris Barber - found through RMW's supplier directory - who has captured the fun, flavour and feel of their festivities with his incomparable eye. If anything, it feels like the most epic editorial wedding shoot, and I for one will be returning to this album - which includes the traditional American 'first look' photos - time and time again. Can you pick a favourite?


We chose ‘I Got U’ by Duke Dumont as the processional song, ‘X Gon’ Give It To Ya’ by DMX as our reception entrance song, and ‘Mine’ by Bazzi as our first dance song. We selected the arrival of the bride and first dance songs because they’re non-traditional and say something about our relationship, and we chose the reception entrance song because we think it’s hilarious.

Nicole & Jamey
It's no secret that, here at RMW, we're huge floral fans, but we know that fresh blooms are not to everyone's taste, or within everyone's budget. Faux flowers are a great alternative if you're after a pop of colour, need pretty pieces that will travel, or want something that will last forever. How great do Nicole's silk sweet pea flowers look, after all? One brilliant way of using artificial blooms on your big day is in a hoop bouquet, and this DIY tutorial will teach you how to nail these pretty numbers, which also double up as excellent reception décor.
Victoria Honan

Written by Victoria Honan

Venue: Neon Museum | Wedding Dress: BHLDN | Bridesmaids Dresses: Lulus | Grooms and Groomsmen Suits: The Black Tux | Hair and Make Up: Amelia C & Co | Wedding Planners: Simply Weddings Las Vegas | Catering: Divine Events | Flowers: Afloral | Cake: Freed's Bakery | Cotton Candy Machine: Twirltopia | DJ: Wedding DJ Plus | Second Shooter: Beatrici Photography

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