May28Ultimate Las Vegas Destination Wedding
On average approximately 120,000 couples get married in Las Vegas yearly and no wonder as Las Vegas has everything for a dream wedding. Nowhere else will you find such a profusion of places where to hold a destination wedding as well as such great variety of the styles of wedding ceremony available. Couples who decide to get married in Las Vegas can have their wedding ceremony in a drive-through chapel on the Las Vegas Strip or in a one presided over by an Elvis impersonator or even get opulent upscale affairs organized. Whatever you prefer, a thorough planning is required so that your most important event is not shadowed by some negative memories. Plus a well prepared wedding is essential if you want to keep the wedding costs within your budget. By the way, when it comes to booking flights to Las Vegas the cheapest fares available are through Expedia and CheapOair, the most reputable online travel agencies specializing in offering affordable airline tickets as well as accommodations in practically every corner of the world, even in the most remote one. Another excellent source for booking inexpensive accommodation is hotels.com, where you can quickly find various kinds of lodgings, from affordable to the most luxurious ones.
1. Decide on a Location for Your Las Vegas Wedding
Ones you decided that you want to get married in Sin City, the first thing you should do is chose the location where you want your wedding ceremony to take place. In this article we will tell you about the options the AAA five-diamond Bellagio Hotel is offering to couples who would like to experience the ultimate Las Vegas wedding. The majority of Las Vegas wedding venues offer the services of a wedding coordinator and a choice of wedding packages and Bellagio is not an exception. Bellagio offers packages that vary in price depending on how many amenities a couple chooses and how long the chapel will be reserved. But be prepared that the staring price for a wedding in Bellagio is $1,000. To save on your hotel stay at Bellagio make sure you check out Bellagio Coupon Codes you can take advantage of when planning your romantic Las Vegas getaway.
2. Make It Legal! Visit the Clark County Courthouse for a Marriage License
To make your Las Vegas wedding legal you should purchase a marriage license at the Clark County courthouse. Keep in mind that the new address of the Las Vegas Marriage Bureau is 201 Clark Avenue. They work from 8 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week, but if you decided to get married on Valentine's Day be prepared for a big crowd of those willing to get the license as well. The price of a marriage license in Clark County is $55. Couples that purchased a Bellagio wedding package will travel from the hotel to the Clark County courthouse in style. A chauffeured limousine will take them to the Las Vegas Marriage Bureau and back to the hotel with chic.
3. Celebrate in the Back of Your Limo
Let the celebrations begin right in the black stretch limo! After you sign and secure your marriage license, you can immediately start celebrating inside the limo which is equipped with ice water, beer, and hard liquor together with drinking glasses and music. Those newlyweds who might feel nervous on the way to the courthouse can relax afterwards and enjoy spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip on returning to the hotel.
4. Visit the Beauty Salon at Bellagio
Naturally every bride dreams to look her best on the special day. To help you get ready for the wedding ceremony without any fuss Bellagio features a beauty salon that offers a wide range of beauty services for the brides in particular, including hair and makeup.
5. Wedding Gown -- Handle with Care!
If you travel to Las Vegas together with your wedding dress think about how it will be packed and handled. If you travel first-class your gown will hung in the cabin closet during the trip. Once you are at the hotel your wedding dress will be handled with greater care. At Bellagio there is the bride's preparation room featuring a well-lighted mirror and a private bathroom, and the room is stocked with numerous hooks to hang a long wedding gown and the veil.
6. Check out the Bellagio Wedding Chapel
If you decided to get married in Bellagio you can choose whether to hold a wedding ceremony in the South Chapel, which can accommodate up to 130 guests or the smaller East Chapel where up to 30 guests can be present. Besides two wedding chapels there is an anteroom where guests gather before the ceremony. Each chapel can be adorned according to the couple's taste and preferences. For traditional Jewish ceremonies the chuppah (wedding canopy) is used and it can be decorated with flowers to match the bride's bouquet and the groom's boutonniere.
7. Recite the Wedding Vows
The traditional and indispensible part of any wedding is the exchange of vows in front of family and friends. As with all Las Vegas wedding venues, the chapel at Bellagio provides the services of an officiant. The bride and groom can consult with theirs beforehand and ask him to customize the service for those relatives and friends who would be unable to witness the happy event.
8. Las Vegas Wedding Reception
Las Vegas boasts an incredible variety of top restaurants as well as private ballrooms to host a wedding reception. If you are seeking for a truly romantic atmosphere and gourmet cuisine we recommend holding yours at Pamplemousse, a romantic French restaurant just off the Las Vegas Strip. And don't forget about the wedding cake that can be decorated in accordance with the bride's signature dress accents, for example.