(PRWEB) June 11, 2005
A&E television network will be airing a new reality show called Married in Vegas. The show is about a day in the life of the Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel located in Las Vegas, Nevada. http://www.vivalasvegasweddings.com
The show will air on the A&E Network on July 12, 2005 at 10 p.m. It is scheduled to be repeated on Saturday, July 16, 2005 at 4 p.m. following Caesars 24/7. Do check your local listings: http://www.aetv.com/global/listings/series_showcase.jsp?EGrpType=Series&Id=15352635&NetwCode=AEN
What Happens In Vegas Doesn't Always Stay In Vegas
With an average of more than 315 weddings a day, from high profile celebrities to impulsive tourists, Las Vegas has without a doubt earned its nickname as the "Wedding Capital of The World." Whether it's a traditional ceremony or a wild themed nuptial you're dreaming of, you will be sure to find what you are looking for in the town known as "Sin City."
A&E Network Special Presentation: Married In Vegas takes you behind the scenes for an unprecedented look at the wild and wacky world of Las Vegas weddings, as seen through the eyes of the zany Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel and Hotel and the people who work there. On this day, more than 40 couples will be married by a kooky cast of characters ranging from Merlin the Magician to The Godfather to Austin Powers to Elvis.
Meet Ron, the owner who can go from performing as Elvis or Merlin one minute to scrubbing out a guest toilet the next; Millie, the wedding photographer; Chad, the hotel manager; Hope, the chapel manager; Lisa, the glamorous head limo driver and Gary, the alternate Elvis impersonator.
The show is called "Married in Vegas." It is about one day in the life of Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel, where more than 40 weddings went on in a single day.
A variety of weddings are featured. From traditional wedding ceremonies as well as their world famous Elvis weddings, a Gothic wedding, a Godfather wedding, and Star Wars ceremony just to name a few. The hour long television special covers the trials and tribulations of running so many weddings in a day.