(Closed) Did you have a Las Vegas wedding?

posted 10 years ago in Las Vegas, Nevada
Post # 3
172 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

you should look at some of the chapels in the hotels.  i know bellagio is very popular but many of the other hotels have chapel packages for small weddings. 

i’m doing a las vegas wedding, and although small in my family’s standards, is considered normal or large for other folks.  we’re having about 200 guests at a country club ballroom.  we did look at a few places that had ceremony only packages. 

The Emerald at Queensridge has a beautiful ceremony location and I believe you can choose for the ceremony only option.  Victoria’s outdoor area is very pretty and their chapel is not bad.  The reception room was a little cheesy for us.  The Westin was going to close down the pool area for us.  The Grove and Rainbow Gardens also had nice gazebo ceremony locations.  The arbor at Angel Park Golf Course is also very beautiful.  Another option is to rent one of the hotel suites and do something in a suite.  We went to a wedding with less than 60 people and they had their party inside the penthouse suite at a Hyatt Regency.  (The ceremony was at a church.)

Post # 5
29 posts
  • Wedding: August 2008

I’m with Chapel of the Flowers and we are a Chapel on the Las Vegas Strip that focuses on making each of our couple’s weddings intimate, elegant and legendary and we truly live up to that! We are not the seedy chapel many think of and can work with you on any budget. We also have a gazebo, although we recommend no more than 20 guests for those ceremonies. We also have a beautiful Glass Gardens area that’s outdoors and gorgeous and full of glass flowers everywhere – truly unique! Please check out our website or our reviews on WeddingBee.com for more info. 

Congratulations on your engagement! 


Post # 6
235 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

My sister did a vegas wedding and she used this chapel:


The reason she chose this chapel was because it has 3 different areas you can get married in. Also it can be veiwed online so the people at home that cant make it to the wedding can still see the wedding! They have great packages which would include photos and flowers!

You should check them out!

Plus if you go on their site you can veiw the live feed to see what it would be like!

Post # 7
9 posts
  • Wedding: November 2011

Hi…I’m getting married on the observation deck of the Eiffel tower at the Paris…it’s pretty reasonable (we paid 2800) for the ceremony, photos, video, flowers, everything. 

Post # 8
418 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Hi, good luck, it will be so much fun!

We got married at The Little church of the West. It was so cute, I really loved the Justice of the Peace we got. However, I will warn you that the ceremony is fast, they have a ton of rules (with the packages) and the price is a bit higher- all because of the history behind it. But that’s why we chose it. If we were going to get married in Vegas, we had to do it old-school Vegas! 🙂


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Post # 10
67 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

I am a Vegas local for over 20 years. If you dont want cheesey dont do a chapel. Some of the hotels have ok ones. Emerald at Queens is nice and very affordable…Did you want indoor or out. It sounds like out. Let me know and I can point you in the right direction.

Post # 11
7 posts
  • Wedding: October 2007

Our chapel is one of the newest in town. Our pricing is very affordable. Our decor is modern, open, and light. We have some of the best photographers. Give us a call if interested. Phone: 702.685.4111, web: http://www.chapelledelamour.com

Post # 12
1 posts
  • Wedding: June 2014

@malisa0607:  When you say that Victoria’s reception room is cheesy, is it really bad?  I’m thinking of having my wedding there and have not seen it in person as of yet Frown

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