(Closed) Any Las Vegas Brides?

posted 3 years ago in Las Vegas, Nevada
Post # 2
1920 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

Stephieyl:  I had my wedding last year at the MGM Grand in Vegas with the reception at the Bellagio. It was amazing!!! I wouldn’t have had it any other way. We had about 30 people fly out there with us, close family and friends. We had a beautiful outdoor ceremony, then a private room at the buffet. And then afterwards we all went out on the strip. It was kind of nice, everyone got to do there own thing afterwards. I would not change a thing. If you have any other questions, let me know. Where in Vegas are you thinking of having it? What was nice too, a lot of the hotels (practically all if them) have wedding packages based on how much you want to spend. And I was able to work with a wedding planner that handled everything, so it was stress free.

Post # 3
64 posts
Worker bee

I’m getting married in Vegas next year. We are planning a wedding at the Four Seasons and wearing a normal wedding dress. I don’t at all think its taboo and at the end of the day this is your wedding so you should do what’s fun for you! Vegas is made for weddings so there are plenty of resources (hotel options, transportation, venues, florists, etc). There are so many options to choose from and there’s something for everyone!

Post # 6
1920 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

Stephieyl:  I also have only been to Vegas one time before our wedding. I’ve never been to Aria but I heard it’s really nice! They were helpful at the Bellagio. Small flower arrangements were included in the price, along with the wedding cake and I think chocolate favors. The flower arrangement was very pretty. I sent them a picture of my inspiration bouquet and they tried to match it. Only issue I had was sometimes not hearing back from the woman setting everything up. It was annoying and I kept calling her. My mom even called her one time and bitched her out for not getting back to me.  LOL But other than that it was great and I highly recommend it.

Post # 7
711 posts
Busy bee

We’ll be getting marroed by Elvis and everything! Dress will srtill be long with a train. It’s a real elopement, so just me and SO will be there. I find younger people think this idea is cool, while the older generations are a bit put off. 🙂

Post # 8
226 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

I live in Vegas (born and raised), therefore, getting married here. There are tons of venues like anywhere else where you can have a formal/traditional wedding, we are. Or you can go the route of doing the elvis/whatever you want “themed” wedding. Plus, there are tons of options so you can find something for any budget. It is your wedding, just because it is in Vegas does not mean it will be tacky or “taboo.” The negative stereotypes will always exist, it is Vegas. We are getting married at a hotel far off the strip, closer to where we live. It has been a great experience so far. Do what you and FI want!   

Post # 10
16 posts
  • Wedding: March 2014

I got married and Las Vegas and it was great and turned out so beautiful. I think it’s a great place to get married because there is so much to do. After our reception we met up with our guests and partied til 5am. People still tell me how much fun they had and how beautiful our wedding was. Check out the Grove in Las Vegas. It’s about 30min from the strip, but it’s definetely a gem. They helped me arrange shuttles for all my guests to be taken from the strip and back. They really loved that since we had an open bar. Vegas weddings don’t have to be cheesy. 

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