Las Vegas Red Rock Wedding Adventure

Red Rock Wedding Story

Chris and Alyssa traveled from Wisconsin with family and friends to get married in Las Vegas.

They chose to have a Red Rock wedding .and decided to let us plan for an all inclusive Red Rock wedding package. They absolutely loved it.

Chris & Alyssa's
Red Rock Wedding

Chris and Alyssa traveled from Wisconsin with family and friends to get married in Las Vegas.

They chose to have a Red Rock wedding .and decided to let us plan for an all inclusive Red Rock wedding package. They loved it.

We planned Chris and Alyssa’s Red Rock wedding which included transportation for 20 guests. In the end they decided on having the ceremony at the Red Rock amphitheater. The amphitheater is one of the more private location choices at Red Rock. It is located outside of the visitors center which is very close to the scenic drive. After the ceremony we planned a photo tour for them and their guests to enjoy. They had a fantastic time and experience.

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Red Rock Canyon Wedding

Alyssa’s father walked her down the aisle and presented her hand in marriage.

Hugs were in order after the presentation.

The rings are always central to the importance of a marriage.

red rock wedding

A serious moment of commitment and reflection.

Red Rock wedding highlights to cherish.

Alyssa pledged her love to Chris with a ring.

The ceremony is complete. Congratutions!

We now present Mr. and Mrs. Koehler.

Bridal party photos at the amphitheater.

Chris & Alyssa are listening intently during the ceremony.

Family gives a shout out of congratulations at the amphitheater.

This photo was taken on the scenic drive.

A romantic kiss at the scenic drive after Red Rock wedding.

This photo was taken on the scenic drive with the Red Rocks close by.

Photo taken during the scenic drive tour.

Their family and friends had a fantastic time during the wedding and scenic tour.

Red Rock Canyon Simplicity

This is the bare minimum elopement package for Red Rock Canyon.
Simplicity $455.00 
  • Licensed Officiant
  • Ceremony choices
  • State Permit Fee 
  • Use Silk Flowers

Red Rock Canyon

About Red Rock

Red Rock Canyon has been designated as a National Conservation Area by the Federal Government. It is governed by the Bureau of Land Management and they oversee administering park permits for weddings. The mountain ranges that make up Red Rock Canyon are a part of the Mojave Desert. It’s beautiful mountain peaks and geological features were created by the Keystone Thrust Fault. One of the highlights of Red Rock is the scenic drive which is a 13 mile one way journey. Visitors may stop at many beautiful viewing spots designated along the drive. The site known as Ice Box Canyon showcases seasonal waterfalls and there are many beautiful red rocks to climb on and an assortment of hiking trails to venture on to.

Helpful information about Red Rock Canyon

There are 3 designated ceremony sites

There are three areas the BLM has authorized for wedding ceremonies to take place. At this time the three areas are Red Rock overlook which is a picnic area close to route 169. All three choices require permits by law. As wedding planners we are authorized to obtain permits on our clients behalf.

The overlook is approximately one mile past the scenic drive entrance. If you choose to have your ceremony here.

The second place the BLM allows wedding ceremonies is the Amphitheater. The Amphitheater is located inside the scenic drive guard gate entrance. Ceremonies may be performed at the Amphitheater without venturing in to the scenic drive. The scenic drive is 13 miles long and one way driving is required.There are three areas the BLM has authorized for wedding ceremonies to take place.

The third option requires a half mile hike to get to and is a part of Calico Basin. This option requires hiking on a dirt trail and is not optimal for the elderly or formal occasions with a large guest count.

As wedding planners we are authorized to obtain permits on our clients behalf.