Edgy and Playful Punk Rock Museum Elopement

May 22, 2024 | justine

When Bee and Brady heard the news of the Punk Rock Museum opening in Vegas, it seemed like fate. They stumbled upon it on Instagram, and it just clicked. They wanted something special that reflected their playful and edgy nature, and the museum fit the bill perfectly–no old-fashioned rules for this couple. Their Punk Rock Museum elopement was exactly what they wanted: wild, intimate, and uniquely them. 

In true Vegas fashion, their ceremony was a whirlwind of love and excitement. Against a flashy heart-shaped backdrop, the couple exchanged their vows. But the real excitement was yet to come. They renewed their promises, this time against a backdrop of vibrant graffiti art. And to cap off the day, they celebrated with champagne and a playful cake smash, baseball bat style!

With a venue that’s both unique and iconic, fashion that adds to the fun, and a love story as wild as the city lights, this Punk Rock Museum elopement could spark your unconventional inspiration. Don’t miss a moment, all beautifully planned by Junebug vendor Electric Sugar Elopements.

The Couple:

Bee and Brady

The Wedding:

Punk Rock Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

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Why a Punk Rock Museum Elopement Was a Perfect Fit

We like celebrating each other and our relationship as a regular part of our lives. We share a lot in common, and it only felt right to combine our interests into the wedding to celebrate us and our interests. Fashion-wise and style-wise, the Punk Rock Museum’s murals and art fit us. They had just opened the museum recently, and we decided it was a good omen. It felt historic. Like, here’s a place that tells the history of rebels and tells a story of finding your mates, whether they turn out to be a life mate or a bandmate, and it all just felt like it was meant to be. From day one, we’ve thought the universe was telling us to be together, so when the rock and roll gods gave Vegas the Punk Rock Museum, we just had to. The venue chose us. We saw it pop up on Instagram, and as soon as we saw it, we knew we had to do it. 

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Prioritizing Stress-Free Planning and Embracing Spontaneity

When you get caught up in making big plans and planning things down to the last detail, they can turn out just fine, but getting everything right is stressful. And when something doesn’t happen or go perfectly, you get upset or frustrated. If you just go for it, have a basic idea of what you’re looking for, and then let things happen more spontaneously, then you’ll realize it all works out in the end, and the most important part was making sure it was fun. Stress isn’t fun, so try to avoid stress. That’s the two most important things. Make it as stress-free as possible, and try to be more spontaneous. The way we did it might not work for everyone, but if you can incorporate some of those attitudes into the whole planning process, you’ll be in good shape.

Appreciating the Value of Professional Photography

We knew it was important to have a good photographer, but it was when we saw ourselves in the pictures later that we appreciated it. We knew we wanted to have fun, be ourselves, and let loose, and in doing so, the excitement and thrill of the day showed in the photos. We’re glad we chose Cactus Collective Weddings to do our photos. They really crushed it, and the images were better than we imagined.

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Making the Most of Their Punk Rock Museum Elopement Budget by Prioritizing What Truly Matters to Them

We’re both in the service industry and are relatively young, and we’re still trying to position ourselves for the future, so the pandemic made things interesting. We knew our budget would only allow for a few guests. Once we decided to go small on the guest count, we were able to do it our way and have more fun for ourselves and our close family and friends. Overall, we kept things to less than $5,000. The most significant expense was the photographer, followed by the officiant, the flowers, the permit, and the venue. We got a lot for what we spent.

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The Wedding Team:

Photography – Cactus Collective Weddings
Event Planning – Electric Sugar Elopements
Ceremony Venue – Sure Thing Chapel
Reception Venue – Punk Rock Museum
Floral Design – Gaia Flowers
Cake – Caked Las Vegas
Officiant – Peachy Keen Unions
Videography – Pablo Zanardi Weddings
Makeup + Hair Styling – Amelia C & Co


Congratulations to Bee and Brady on their edgy and playful Punk Rock Museum elopement! Junebug vendor Electric Sugar Elopements did a fantastic job bringing their outside-the-box elopement dreams to life. To see more unconventional celebrations like this one, check out their profile in our directory of top-notch wedding planners from around the world.

By focusing on what really mattered to them instead of following the usual rules, they created a genuine and special day. If you’re ready to start planning your own small celebration for just the two of you, check out our elopement planning checklist and budget guide to finding a place that’s as unique as your love story.

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