Neon Museum Elopement Packages

Neon Museum Eloepment Photo

Neon Museum Elopement $1200

  • All services planned for you with itinerary
  • Professional photographer planned(1.5 hrs.)
  • North Boneyard Permit planned (1/2 hr.)
  • Additional photo location (1 hr.)
  • Up to 130 Quality photos
  • Photo printing rights released
  • Digital photo delivery
  • Photo gallery for viewing | sharing
  • Suggestions made for ceremony locations
  • State licensed officiant
  • Guidance for obtaining license
  • Choice of wedding ceremony

Permit for up to 10 people.  Ceremony takes place in a public location | not at Neon Museum | ideas provided 1/2 increments of extra N. gallery time $250.00 Main gallery may be substituted for $500 per hour Additional planning services available. $50 extra for each additional guests.

Note: This package is an example of customized wedding and event planning services. We collaborate with independent vendors to plan for our customers.  All vendor services are planned, itemized, invoiced, paid directly to independent vendors on behalf of clients. CLVW sells no tangible or taxable goods directly to clients.

Our Las Vegas Neon Museum elopement packages may be customized to take place at your own hotel, public locations such as the Art District, the Las Vegas Sign, trendy places like the High Roller or the Eiffel Tower observation deck and more.

We do customize these packages and you may add on planning services for any of our Neon Museum packages for the places not mentioned in this package such as the High Roller and the Eiffel Tower.  

Available Planning:

  • Simple packages
  • Party packages
  • Photo Tours
  • Party bus tours
  • Limousine tours
  • Photographers
  • Videographer
  • Flower& planning


Contact Julie below to plan now.

Eloping in Vegas with Custom Vegas Weddings

This blog post is devoted to wedding couples considering eloping in Vegas.  If you are going to put your trust in a Las Vegas wedding planner, you need to know what to expect and be assured the planning will be carried out professionally, the right way. Enjoy an interview with Julie and a professional saxaphone player during a podcast.

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