Little Church of the West | 1923 Prohibition Bar

The Little Church of the West is the original Las Vegas Wedding Chapel. Since 1942 there has been no better place to start your journey together. Celebrate your anniversary or embrace the moment with a Vow Renewal Ceremony at the Little Church of the West. Have Elvis, Mini Elvis, or Johnny Cash perform your ceremony.

This elegant chapel on the Las Vegas Strip is far from the cheesy chapel seen in Hollywood movies.

The historic wedding chapel takes you back to a bygone era of Las Vegas. Join our rich past and say “I do” at the Little Church of the West. The “Garden” at the Little Church of the West is a stunning outdoor setting for a Las Vegas wedding. Set beneath a tall pine tree, you would never know you are just a short distance from the famed Las Vegas strip.  If you’re looking for a unique experience in Las Vegas, the Little Church of the West is the perfect location for you. This historical wedding chapel, with its mature landscaping, is situated directly on the famed Las Vegas Strip. For almost 80 years, this famous chapel has been the wedding venue of choice for locals, visitors, and celebrities wishing to Tie the Knot, Vegas-style.

1923 Prohibition Bar is the perfect venue to entertain your clients, employees, friends, & families to an unforgettable speakeasy experience during their stay in Las Vegas. A classy & unique place for corporate events, team building, weddings, and various group functions.

Photographers/ Photography Company: Lulan Studios | Wedding Officiant: Little Church of the West | Decor Company & Linens: Provided by 1923 Prohibition Bar | Hair & Makeup: Makeup in the 702 | Cake/Sweets: Freed’s Bakery | DJ/Band: Provided by 1923 Prohibition Bar. Piano person Troy Romzek. DJ Steve Lepselder. | Invitations: Zazzle | Lighting: Provided by 1923 Prohibition Bar | Cinematography: Memory Lane Video, Las Vegas Wedding Videographers @hulagirl816  @cgio78

“I knew almost immediately I wanted to go with Memory Lane for video. There was really no comparison, although I did reach out to nearly every vendor in the city. Photo and video were one of the most important aspects to me in regards to vendors because these are the only physical memories we can take back from the wedding. 30 years from now, I will be extremely grateful to have this video since it includes all of our closest loved ones on one of the best days of our lives.”