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    Love in Las Vegas

    Love in Vegas


    This Valentine’s Day, 93 brides got married at A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas. There was laughter. There were tears. And there was Elvis.

    February 14, 2019 is a strange day in Las Vegas. The bellhops say so, the baristas say so, the Uber drivers say so. It’s cold. It’s never this cold— did you hear that it snowed in parts of the valley? And it’s raining! This is the desert. It never rains. Look! The Strip is empty. The roads are empty. “This is Las Vegas,” say the Uber drivers. “People don’t know how to drive in the rain.” But the brides at A Little White Wedding Chapel disagree. They say this February 14 is perfect. After all, this cold rain is good luck. For all 93 of them.

    February 14—Valentine’s Day—is the most popular day to get married in a city that, on average, sees 120,000 ceremonies performed each year. Especially at A Little White Wedding Chapel. It’s where Frank Sinatra got married, Joan Collins got married, Michael Jordan got married, and Britney Spears got married (well, for 55 hours). It sits upon South Las Vegas Boulevard, alongside strip clubs, peep shows, and porn shops; sacraments swirl seamlessly with sins. A few blocks away is the Downtown district, a former gangster haunt now dotted with trendy-typefaced coffee shops, its seediness eroding with time.

    The master of ceremonies at A Little White Wedding Chapel, both literal and figurative, is Charolette Richards. Miss Charolette, they all call her. “Miss Charolette is looking for you,” a minister says to the electric violinist playing “Shape of You.” “Let me fix the back of your dress. Miss Charolette wouldn’t like that,” a chapel attendant says to a bride whose buttons are askew. “Where’s Miss Charolette?” the on-duty Elvis impersonator says to everyone, anyone.


    Photographed by Alec Soth / Magnum Photos

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