Las Vegas Wedding Photos – Sign Graveyard

wedding photos las vegasWant to make the most of your time with your wedding photographer and that killer destination wedding location you selected?  When on location for your big day, take advantage of your surroundings and venture off property with your photog to capture the true sights of the city or locale.

Teresa and Russell planned ahead before they jetted off from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for their anything-but-drive-thru big day.  The couple and photographer did their homework and found unique places to act as backdrops for their wedding photos.  One such standout venue required they secure a filming permit, but the historic Las Vegas sign graveyard, otherwise known as the Neon Museum, was well worth it.destination wedding photographer las vegasAnd when in Vegas, don’t be afraid to get a little cheeky ;)destination wedding photographer las vegasLong after the honeymoon is done you’ll want loved ones to experience the wedding destination through your images and what better way to show them than getting out of that ballroom?!  Have fun with your photographer and plan a little getaway, just the three of you – before, during, or after your big day and make the most of your time on location!  Whether posing in front of a “Sin” sign or kissing in front of a waterfall in Kauai, find your sweet spots to shoot with your sweetie.las vegas destination wedding

Destination Wedding Photographer: Robert Evans Studios

Robert Evans Studios is a screened and approved member of The Bridal Bar.

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