Elvis and Priscilla were married on May 1, 1967 in Milton Prell's suite at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their civil ceremony was performed by Nevada Supreme Court Justice David Zenoff. The maid of honor was Michelle Beaulieu and best men were Marty Lacker and Joe Esposito.
According to a Las Vegas SUN news report about their wedding, "Presley wore a black brocade silk tuxedo and Western boots, while Priscilla wore a floor-length wedding gown of her own design: white silk chiffon, with beaded yoke, trimmed in seed pearls and topped with a three-foot tulle veil secured by a rhinestone crown."
Their 8-minute morning wedding ceremony was attended by a small number of family and friends and was followed by a press conference and a breakfast reception for 100 guests. Their wedding cake had six-tiers. Elvis and Priscilla reportedly danced to "Love Me Tender" at their wedding reception.
They honeymooned in Palm Springs, California for a few days. Elvis was thirty-two years old and Priscilla was twenty-one years old when they married.
Priscilla and Elvis had a second wedding reception at Graceland on May 29, 1967 for family and friends who could not make it to Las Vegas for their wedding.