Elvis Blue Hawaii wedding in Vegas
LInda and Phil celebrate their wedding vows, Hawaiian style, with family and friends

Aloha lovebirds! This August, Hawaii will celebrate 50 years of statehood and our country celebrates the anniversary of its 50-star flag. In the spirit of Aloha, we’ve been having a rush on Elvis Blue Hawaii bookings for weddings and wedding vow renewals!

Even in a normal year, the Blue Hawaii wedding is one of our most popular themes. It’s easy to see why. You get limousine transportation, special effect beach fog, a hula girl (or Priscilla!), Elvis singing Can’t Help Falling in Love, The Hawaiian Wedding Song, and Viva Las Vegas. You get flowers, a great photo package, palm trees (almost) swaying. What’s not to love?

Blue Hawaii weddings in Vegas
Elvis Blue Hawaii, with tropical ocean mist, hula girl, and Elvis serenading you!

Many couples opt for bare feet or sandals, sarongs, Hawaiian shirts–Casual attire is perfect for this wedding. You can even upgrade your flowers to fresh tropical leis, if you like.

Las Vegas themed wedding
Elvis and the incredible Las Vegas Themed wedding package, cheese and elegance all rolled into one!

Another monumental historic event taking place this year is the 55th anniversary of the iconic Elvis film, Viva Las Vegas. If you’re planning on getting married in Las Vegas in this anniversary year, may we suggest a tribute to this movie with our fabulous Las Vegas Themed Wedding, featuring three songs sung by The King himself, Vegas-style game-playing during the ceremony, showgirl, Chippendale, Priscilla or Ann-Margret impersonator, limo, flowers, photos, and your names in lights right on the Las Vegas Strip on our chapel marquee. It’s just the right amount of cheese, but with stylish elegance, too. Kinda like the flick.

For more info on our Elvis Blue Hawaii or Las Vegas Themed weddings, visit us at www.vivalasvegasweddings.com Aloha, and Viva Las Vegas!

2 Comments
  1. Really cool idea, but it’s Hawaii’s 60th anniversary of being a state this year. Hawaii was admitted as a state on August 21, 1959.

    1. Thank you for pointing this out…not sure what happened here, but of course you are right….our math must be terrible. Sixty years is even MORE reason to celebrate. Thanks and aloha!