Las Vegas weddings
The happy couple shared snapshots of their nuptials on Instagram, flashing big smiles and burgers from In-N-Out.
Note to self: Don’t livestream weddings without permission.
You can't make this up.
There are so many different possibilities for getting hitched in Las Vegas. From Elvis impersonators to elegant chapels, from themed weddings to drive by "I dos," the options are limitless. There is one thing you can do in almost any kind of ceremony that would truly honor the uniqueness of your union -- include personal vows.
When planning to get married, what happens when you suddenly realize that you don't want to spend your hard-earned money on a party for 100 people? And that you don't even know 100 people you like enough to spend money on?
So, you're goin' to the chapel and you're gonna get married? Well, why not give your nuptials a touch of that quintessential Vegas flair?
A biblical definition of marriage is so important to some people, so there must have been some case like Manson's in those holy pages, right? "And the Lord sayeth unto you, when thou hast killed, that shalt be punished. Then thou will find a bride and marry her whilst in prison. Jesus wept. With joy." Something like that.
Andrew McCarthy has a chat with a bride at Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel before she walks down the aisle. Aol's BeOn group
Next the actor/director got a bird's eye view of The Strip when he rode The High Roller, a 550-foot tall Ferris wheel that
Getting hitched in Las Vegas seems to be the kiss of death for celebrity marriages (Britney Spears and Pamela Anderson come