Wedding Face Mask Contest and Safe and Clean Program Announced at Chapel of the Flowers

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World-famous Las Vegas wedding venue launches #MaskUp4Love Instagram contest and implements Safe and Clean program for couples who are ready to say “I do.”

Face mask contest at Chapel of the Flowers wedding venue in Las Vegas

Face mask Contest at Chapel of the Flowers Las Vegas

While we can’t replace a hometown church or beloved pastor, we do have six decades of experience at Chapel of the Flowers and know how to create a beautiful, unique and memorable ceremony that is customized for the couple.

Couples who had to cancel weddings and receptions booked months or years in advance to take place in 2020 are anxiously looking for alternate ways to tie the knot as the safety precautions of Coronavirus continues to place restrictions on large gatherings. In response to the needs of couples who will let nothing get in the way of their commitment to each other, Chapel of the Flowers in Las Vegas today announced their Safe and Clean Program and the #MaskUp4Love wedding face mask Instagram contest.

During the past several months of the pandemic, Chapel of the Flowers has created the “Safe and Clean Program” as their pledge to perform wedding ceremonies safely and do its part to combat the virus. This program pairs the company’s COVID safety procedures with a robust cleaning routine that reflects the standard precautions outlined by the CDC using EPA/ FDA approved cleaning supplies that can prevent the spread of coronavirus, personal protective equipment (PPE), and safety equipment. The iconic Las Vegas wedding chapel is dedicated to giving couples a memorable celebration with the peace of mind that the Chapel is doing their part to keep customers and employees safe.

More information on the Safe and Clean Program for weddings is available on Chapel of the Flowers website.

Chapel of the Flowers recognizes that there are unique challenges for couples and families who are required to wear masks in their daily lives, too. As brides have spent countless hours searching for the perfect dress, are they now looking for a wedding day mask to replace the veil? With these uncertain times, now is the time to spread the message of love and hope with everyone from around the world. The #MaskUp4Love Contest on Instagram is one way to reward individuals that are masking up when going out into their communities. Winners will receive gift cards to order dinner from their favorite restaurants and have date nights safely at home.

Every Friday in August 2020, one random Instagram face mask photo that uses #MaskUp4Love and @littlechapel in the caption will win a $100 Gift Card to GrubHub, DoorDash, UberEats, or Postmates. Contest details are available at bit.ly/mask4love.

“So many weddings were cancelled or postponed around the world in recent months." said Donne Kerestic, CEO at Chapel of the Flowers. "While we can’t replace a hometown church or beloved pastor, we do have six decades of experience and know how to create a beautiful, unique and memorable ceremony that is customized for the couple. Our elegant Las Vegas venue is easy to get to with an affordable flight or short drive. With so many gorgeous resorts and fun activities in the city, this is truly the perfect destination for couples to get married with an incredible wedding and honeymoon.”

Flights to Las Vegas are inexpensive and Wynn Hotel, Bellagio and Venetian are just a few of the romantic resorts open on the famous Las Vegas Strip. Brides and grooms who don’t want to postpone their hometown wedding to 2021 or beyond can choose from a variety of unique wedding packages at Chapel of the Flowers, which can include livestream broadcast for friends and family. After the wedding, the newlyweds can celebrate with an idyllic honeymoon at a luxury hotel that features 5-star restaurants, spectacular pools, golf, spas and other amenities.

All-inclusive Safe and Clean wedding packages are available seven days a week and start at just $299, and exclusive hotel-inclusive packages starting at $777.

Media is invited to report on Safe and Clean weddings at Chapel of the Flowers. Chapel of the Flowers is one of the only venues in Las Vegas with a dedicated staff of on-site florists, photographers, videographers, wedding planners and coordinators and a full fleet of state-of-the-art limousines and chauffeurs. Please contact Michelle Goldberg at media@littlechapel.com to request an interview and virtual tour. (In-person tours are available with prior approval and at least 48-hours notice.)

About Chapel of the Flowers 
Chapel of the Flowers, located at 1717 Las Vegas Boulevard South, is celebrating its 60th anniversary the entire year of 2020. Over a quarter of a million weddings and vow renewals have taken place at Chapel of the Flowers since 1960, making this one of the most popular wedding chapels not only in Las Vegas but the entire world.

The stunning indoor and outdoor chapels seat between 20 and 88 guests, and receive top ratings from couples around the world as well as from local residents of Las Vegas. 
Founded in 1960, Chapel of the Flowers is Las Vegas' highest rated and largest full-service wedding venue, providing traditional, modern and elegant Las Vegas weddings on the world-famous Strip. An acre of cobblestone-accented grounds and vibrant backdrops are designed to capture every picture-perfect moment of a Las Vegas wedding. Professional wedding planners, part of a team of nearly 100 on-site staff members, ensure that every aspect of the wedding day is personal, easy and stress-free. Chapel of the Flowers' impeccable customer service assures the couple that all details of the wedding, including the ceremony, flowers, award-winning photography and reception venues will result in cherished memories for a lifetime.

Chapel of the Flowers is honored to be one of the preferred venues in Las Vegas, the wedding capital of the world.

Media Contact
Michelle Goldberg, Marketing Manager
http://www.littlechapel.com
Phone: 702-735-4331
Email: media (at) littlechapel.com

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