With approximately 80,000 marriage licenses issued annually, it’s no wonder Las Vegas is one of the most popular cities to get hitched. Whether couples are looking for a traditional wedding ceremony or something more alternative, Vegas offers couples nuptials like no other! With world-class restaurants, incredible entertainment options and some of the best attractions, there is something for every couple to enjoy alongside their wedding celebrations in the ‘entertainment capital of the world.’
From tying the knot at the iconic Bellagio fountains to taking in spectacular views with a ceremony at the Grand Canyon, below are the ultimate places to say ‘I Do’.
Get married at the famous Fountains of Bellagio
Home to the iconic fountains, Bellagio Hotel and Casino offers couples the chance to relax with the confidence that their wedding dreams will be made a reality by the experienced and dedicated wedding team that aims to match couples with their perfect wedding package. Bellagio offers the Terrazza di Sogno, Hyde Bellagio and the Fountain Courtyard as perfect viewpoints to get married in front of the Fountains of Bellagio. Adding to an already perfect moment, as the couple share their first kiss, the fountains will erupt to a song of their choice. If loved ones and friends are unable to make the special day, the technical team can ensure that a live stream is set up so that no one at home misses out on the action.
Say ‘I do’ in the Grand Canyon
For a truly romantic wedding, Sundance Helicopters offers a selection of wedding packages which are sure to make for a truly unforgettable experience. Guests looking to get married in a stunning outdoor setting, can choose from locations at the Grand Canyon, Valley of Fire, or a combination of both iconic sites. Couples will be treated to breath-taking views of the Las Vegas Strip as they return as newlyweds on their private helicopter, as well as private limousine transportation, wedding flowers, a photographer and a champagne toast after saying ‘I do’.
Head to The High Roller for a wedding with a view
As one of the tallest observation wheels in the world, The High Roller provides an unparalleled view of the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding Valley. The High Roller has 28 cabins, each accommodating up to 40 guests. The private cabins are ideal for adventurous couples looking for an intimate location for a proposal, elopement or an amazing wedding with Las Vegas as the backdrop. This is certainly an experience couples won’t forget in a hurry and those who choose The High Roller can add wedding amenities including music, photography, flowers and even an Elvis minister.
Tie the knot at Caesars Palace
With a multitude of exciting offerings including stunning gardens and intimate chapels, Caesars Palace is a dreamy wedding venue for couples looking for a picturesque location for their special day. The outdoor setting of this iconic Strip resort are second to none. The Juno Garden and the Venus Garden offer beautiful landscaping, lush foliage and palm trees set amongst the Roman architecture that the hotel is known for. With fantastic weather all year round, the garden of Caesars Palace makes for the ultimate wedding location. Alternatively, those looking for a larger venue can enjoy the Classico – with chandeliers, stained glass and beautiful floral arrangements, the chapel is a grand and beautiful choice for couples who desire a lavish and beautiful wedding.
Enjoy an elegant wedding ceremony at Wynn Las Vegas
As well as bespoke wedding packages, Wynn Las Vegas also offers the chance to plan proposals or vow renewals in style. Guests who choose to spend their special day at the luxurious Wynn Las Vegas will start their wedding journey with a private consultation and will have access to the resorts’ elegant salons and private courtyard during the wedding day. With a selection of eight ceremony packages, couples can decide which flower arrangements, music and vows complement the backdrop of the chapel as well as suit their personalities and desires.
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