We're doing this Monday! So excited and looking forward to this. I was prodding at the various chapels, and while exploring I came across a link for the Las Vegas Wedding Wagon. So while one of the things I was liking about the Vegas wedding thing was that we could have it streamed on the 'net for family back home, I promptly shed that as a priority. Instead, I could have something that felt less stale and would only be limited by our imaginations and permissions from wherever we might select. I dig these guys already. It's a new idea but it seems to be really working out for them. I like that they're not trying to own your experience. They take 10-15 pics and email them to you, instead of making your choose something out of your pictures then and there that you like. They won't forbid anyone else from taking pictures. They're not throwing in tacky crap that you don't need. They're not doing what I read in a review of one of the chapels. For that chapel, they of course had bouquets they could sell you, but if you wanted to use your own, there was still a $10 fee. Really? Way to make the couple's special day seem more like a business transaction. I didn't want to be in some well-worn little space with some pews to indicate where guests would be if we weren't doing this as our own adventure. Though it turns out, my man has a family member who is going to be in Vegas on some of the same days we are, so we will have some guests after all. Communications have been great with the Wedding Wagon reverends, even my earlier inquiry about a month before I did book when I wanted to discuss possible locations. I'm not ready to share here where we're exchanging our vows. The groom seems very possessive of the idea that we might be the first people getting married there or having that sort of theme to their wedding. But watch this space.