The city continued to celebrate what was named Royal Wedding Month by throwing a blow-out pajama party at Topgolf Las Vegas complete with royal guards, tea and shortbread, delectable finger sandwiches, props for a selfie station including cutouts of the royal couple, and much more. The wedding ceremony, as well as the arrivals, were shown on Topgolf’s gigantic big screens.
Photos courtesy Top Golf Las Vegas
Guests from all over the world, including the UK, started the celebration at 3 a.m. Vegas time Saturday morning sporting their most comfortable and fun pajamas.
Las Vegas, known as the Wedding Capital of the World, hosts nearly 80,000 weddings a year, bringing in couples and guests from around the globe.
“When people think of Las Vegas for weddings, we want them to know they’ll be treated like royalty,” said Clark County Clerk Lynn Goya.
Celebrations in the city started May 1 when Clark County declared May as Royal Wedding Month and held a surprise mock wedding during a Commission meeting which featured: something old (Elvis), something new (Chance, the mascot of the Vegas Golden Knights), something borrowed (British born crooner and Las Vegas headliner Matt Goss), and something blue (the award winning Blue Man Group). The celebrities both represented the wedding party, but also all that a destination wedding in Las Vegas has to offer – from wedding chapels to nightlife, sports, fabulous entertainment, outdoor recreation and more — amazing dining, world-class hotels, plus the romance, passion, and fun the city embodies.
SOURCE Office of the Clark County Clerk; Topgolf Las Vegas