Las Vegas Wedding Ideas?

posted 5 months ago in Elopement
Post # 2
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

We got married in Vegas almost 8 years ago and loved it. We used Chapel of the Flowers and recommend them so much.  They have packages to pick from.  The only 2 decisions I have to make were which flowers I want and I only had a few choices, which I liked and if I wanted a religious or non religious ceremony.  We literally arrived and everything was done for us.  I loved that! If you have any questions please feel free to ask.  And by the way it was not vegas cheesy! 

Post # 3
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Busy bee

MGM owns a string of hotels on the strip that offer various levels of packages. We chose the hotel and the package that suited us and literally used an online shopping cart for all our preferences. We are getting married there in May and everything has been a breeze for planning! 

Post # 5
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Busy bee

I got married at The Wynn and it was beautiful and classy and everything was so easy. It’s such a beautiful resort, lots of restaurants, beautiful grounds great for taking pictures. I would highly recommend it 🙂

Post # 7
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Busy bee

FutureMrsA2020 :  the cheapest package is $1800,that’s the one I did. But when you add on rooms, dinner, etc., it can add up.

Post # 8
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Helper bee

We got married at the Paris hotel and it was great. They have various packages and several cute chapels to get married in on site. They will take care of everything too. You just choose what you want from various options that suit your budget and a wedding coordinator takes care of everything.

Post # 9
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

FutureMrsA2020 :  There are so many places to get married in Vegas, what sort of wedding are you wanting? Indoors or out? At a hotel on the strip or in one of the dedicated chapels? 

I got married just outside of Vegas in one of their gorgeous desert parks, so obviously I’m biased haha, but I’m a fan of outdoor ceremonies. There are many locations near Vegas so naturally beautiful you don’t need decorations. Lots of places offer packages (like they might drive you out to a location in limo, provide the photographer, etc) but it’s such a simple way to marry you don’t really need a package. We married at a sunset ceremony (drove there in separate cars then back to the strip just the two of us — you could do the same if you have two guests) and spent 90% of our budget on a fancy hotel room, lovely meals, and a Cirque show.

My friend got married at one of the dedicated chapels and that was also super fun, and surprisingly pretty. She chose the Little White Wedding Chaple, they were great.

Post # 11
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

FutureMrsA2020 :  October shouldn’t be too warm… I got married in August so it was very hot but not uncomfortable at sunset (I did *not* wear a long dress, though!). October can be cold in the evenings. Treasure Island should have very good value for money, great option. Also it’s so close to the Wynn, if you like that decor you could easily go there for photos/cocktails afterwards! I recommend the lychee martini at Parasol Down (off menu). 😋

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