Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the World Famous Drive-up Wedding in Las Vegas. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
If you want to get married without any hassles, stress, or long term debt, this package is the way to go. Everyone was very friendly and professional and we were very happy with the photos/ceremony. The limo driver was fantastic and offered us great information about spots to visit in Las Vegas. Best wedding ever! Also, this tour is cheaper than going through the chapel itself and INCLUDED a trip to the Marriage Bureau. Best deal in Vegas for two extremely happy travelers/newlyweds!
Myself and partner got married here on the 27th August 2010. The staff were helpful and friendly, as was the minister. I would highly recommend it, the chapel is not direclty on the strip, so its quieter and not "tacky" like some. Very, very, pleased we chose the special memory drive thru for our wedding day.
Our entire Wedding experience was fantastic. The Limo did turn up and hour before we expected it, which could have been a disaster, but the driver was more than accommodating & he rang ahead & notified the chapel of the miscommunication of times. Our driver was great, the ceremony was great we didnt know how much to tip the minister. The photographer was fantastic. We purchased the extra 2 hour photo tour and the driver discussed with us where we would like our photos taken. Our photographer was friendly & professional and she took over 200 fabulous photos. Our photo CD was ready to pick up the very next day. I researched so many wedding packages and the Viator Drive Up Wedding was by far the most encompassing & economical package. The Viator team answered all of my questions before I booked and the contacts from the chapel were friendly & professional. The entire experience was perfect & and exceeded all my expectations. Thank you
Staff made the day, we had a fabulous experience and everything was arranged for us, far better than we had expected, we can thoroughly recommend the Drive Up Wedding
It was a great experience, in spite of the incredible heat. It was a terrific stay in a 5 star hotel and a classy wedding.
We were both married before so I picked something fast. The driver was very nice. A Special Memory Wedding Chapel was a nice place. The minister and workers were very nice. The pictures came out great. The DVD didn't come out but the pictures and the memory is awesome!!!!
Very smooth! Our limo driver was the best, and the drive-up chapel staff were wonderful. The ceremony was very tasteful, and our minister did not make light of the fact that it was in a drive thru! Perfect!
Our driver was excellent and our day was wonderful. Disappointed with the photographer we only received 10 pictures and she refused to take a photo of us in the car beside the window, for a Drive-Up wedding this should be a must. The drive along the strip was good and those photos are much better. Thank you for our day...truly memorable.
It was really great. Everyone was really nice on time just as should be. Anyone getting married in Vegas should do it with Viator.
What's a drive up wedding without car problems? Just perfect! Unfortunately, car problems and the quality of pictures and video put a dent into an otherwise perfect event.
Overall a good experience. Pastor charge now in the region of $60-$100. DVD wasn't best quality because of traffic noise. Still enjoyed the occasion.
the video turn out is not good, the photos are ok. but overall experience is nice.
The limousine arrived to collect us 2 hours late. There was a mix-up with the bride's bouquet. We could have saved time at the licence office if we had been advised to complete the application form online. We had to wait in the limousine outside the window for over an hour waiting for the minister. The limo windows only open partially so the video hardly captures the event. Immediately after the ceremony the minister passes you an envelope demanding a $100 gratuity. We requested a non-religious ceremony, yet the minister still went on about God and The Lord. What should have been a quick marriage with no fuss turned out to be a 5 hour event sat in the back of a car in 112F heat with no offer of drinks and little information as to what was going on.