I was married here on April 14, 2002. The ceremony lasted a total of 3 minutes, but it was one of the best experiences of my life. The reverend was kind of 'flashy' and reminded me of a game show host. He had this little remote control that would control the ceremony music.
And my bouquet was terrible, red fake polyester flowers. I was sure that my 89$ would include those-- but no. I realized that I didn't need those flowers because getting married here was the only thing that my husband and I needed. The simplicity of being in love and wanting to be married. There are no strings attached here-- you don't need to worry about anything. Nothing else matters at this chapel, but love.
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