The lead-up to Valentines Day in Vegas continues with an amazing opportunity. Now that the Neon Museum is complete, the famous Vegas “Neon Boneyard” is available for weddings on February 14.
Already a favorite place for unique engagement, elopement or post-wedding photos, the Boneyard at the Neon Museum offers a look in the history of Las Vegas through its legendary signs. The collection is now home to over 150 donated and rescued signs from various businesses, hotels and casinos dating from the 1930’s up until today, all located in a large two-acre outdoor lot. These produce a beautiful array of imagery, from the iconic and nuptial photo friendly red and white “Wedding Chapel Information” sign, the robin’s egg blue curlyqued El Cortez sign to the more quirky genie’s lamp from “Aladdin” with all sorts of bulb festooned signs with amazing typography in between. It really is one of my favorite places in Las Vegas!
The wedding option is a first for the Neon Museum, and for $777 includes a ceremony inside the Boneyard itself, which is normally closed off to those who have pre-reserved and cleared photo shoots or booked tours only. Also included is a photography package with 30 minutes of exploration and photo-taking time (that’s the “walk-thru” part), a champagne toast, floral bouquet and boutonniere and a bunch more edible and wearable swag. The couple may bring along four guests. You can read more about the details here.
For more information on the Valentines Day wedding special, or getting married at the Neon Museum any other day, contact Event Coordinator Cynthia Behr Warso: cynthia AT neonmuseum DOT org
This post is part of the Valentines Day series. Click here to read all of the posts!
Photo credit: Ryan Jackson Photography and Mike L Photos
Details of first wedding featured here, second wedding here