Where do a widower and divorcee tie the knot? Things get a bit complicated in midlife, so many friends and family, what to do? We definitely we wanted something fun, intimate, and no stress. Leave the seating charts and centerpieces to the first timers! With family in town encouraging us, and having seen the chapel on drive-by, we called them up, they answered all our questions, and we reserved for the next evening. We arrived early and Jerry set us up with our flowers and photographer, his smile and charm was welcoming. Pastor Rachel came and talked to us, then settled into the drive up window. We stood in the sunroof of the Challenger and shared our Christian vows, with our brother/wife snapping photos and wittnessing/acomplice to the beautiful memory this is for us. Where else but in our newly adopted home of Las Vegas can you get married in your own hot rod with the blessings of the Lord bestowed by a kind and genuine Pastor?! We didn't find it cheesy, we didn't feel rushed. We were offered civil or Christian vows, opportunity to speak our own and we brought our own "prop". We did not see Elvis, but the pink caddy was parked next to us in the Tunnel of Love. They did a beautiful job with the backdrops/ceiling for your photos. We felt welcomed and blessed and it was the answer to prayers. We are going back today to pick up our photos! We thoroughly enjoyed the staff and surroundings of our special moments. Go for it, enjoy the ride!
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