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The next time you walk by Harmon Corner's ginormous big screen, don't be surprised if your partner heaves a heavy sigh, eyes it and then you meaningfully or ohhs over how romantic that couple is. Yes, Harmon Corner is now allowing hopeful grooms-(or brides)-to-be the chance to express their love in the biggest, most flashy way yet in Vegas.
Couples who really want to put their love out there can propose in true Vegas style by asking their better half for their hand in marriage on the world's largest LED full-motion screen. You know, the one that always catches your eye at Harmon and Las Vegas Boulevard? For $500, Harmon Corner will give you one minute of screen time and will work with you on creating a unique package of photos, video, and/or graphics to make popping the question an eye-popping experience.
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There's a lot to cover in Las Vegas and your faithful VegasChatter crew aim to bring all that's worth printing to the web on a daily basis. Except weekends when we're out collecting even more Vegas tales. We like to listen as much as we like to talk about Vegas so we always want to hear from you, our readers. Not because the site would otherwise be a black hole devoid of content but because VegasChatter readers have great stories to share! What should you share with us? We've got ideas for that.
No one ever forgets their first time. Once the pain and shame has healed, tell the world about that awesome f'ing time spent breaking your Vegas cherry.
Not too long ago, we asked you to send us your Vegas wedding and/or proposal stories but this one couple allowed their special moment in Vegas to be filmed and put up on YouTube by a casino.
Thar above is Jim Canfield and his fiancee Paige who traveled to Vegas from San Diego to celebrate her birthday at Bally's. Little did Paige know that Jim had worked with the casino's gaming staff to rig the giant Colossus slot machine to land on the words "Will You Marry Me” when she pulled the handle. Then Jimbo got down on one knee and popped the question.
Later he told the camera, “I feel like I hit the jackpot when I met her so I wanted her to feel like she hit the jackpot today.” So cheesy! But kinda cute.
Afterwards the couple celebrated at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant next door at Paris Las Vegas. No word on where or when they will get married but here's hoping that Vegas is somehow involved.
Last week one of our own shared her love story and encouraged readers to submit their own personal proposal and wedding memories from Las Vegas. You didn't disappoint and the first tale in our tour is a proposal - from a dude's perspective. Before you assume the story involves an abundance of booze, a huge win at the craps table, a lucky charm, and an impromptu Will you marry me
like we did, read Kelvin's march to marriage.
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We all do crazy things in Vegas. For this VegasChatter member, it was getting married with 99 other brides on Fremont Street.
Yep, 99. It was all a part of a stunt to celebrate the city of Las Vegas' centennial so when they announced a contest to be one of 100 couples to tie the knot in a mass wedding, we immediately sent in our essay. We mean, what Vegas-lovin' couple would pass up that zaniness?
As you can tell by the pic, we ended up being among the chosen ones, walking down Fremont Street on June 9, 2005 in front of couple #50 and behind couple #48 while surrounded by gawking tourists who surely must have thought they had stumbled upon a movie filming. A downpour of heart-shaped confetti at the moment of all 100 first kisses likely didn't help.