21 Tips for Eloping in Vegas the Right Way Podcast

This blog post is devoted to wedding couples considering eloping in Vegas. The article will focus in on what wedding couples can expect in their wedding planning journey and how services are rendered by Julie Nourish, the owner and wedding planner of Custom Las Vegas Weddings. 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. 

This post features the an interview from Creative Living Podcast with host Brendan Sick. Brendan is a very talented up and coming professional saxophone player, sound engineer and songwriter. Brendan’s passion is creating and writing custom songs, especially custom love songs. He shares some details about his own business and services in this podcast. Be sure to watch Brendan’s YouTube video about his services in this article. 

Custom Love Songs

            Visit Brendan’s Website here

Brendan reached out to Julie for this interview because he was curious and interested about the Las Vegas wedding planning process. He wanted to know the history and how Julie as a Las Vegas wedding planner established the business. He was impressed Julie received over 150 – 5 star positive reviews from happy couples during her time in business since 1996. He also wanted to know why couples who plan an elopement in Vegas can put their faith and trust in Julie to plan their wedding experience. In this interview Julie shares her experience as well as what any potential customer can expect when they hire Julie to plan a Las Vegas elopement.

 

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Photo of Julie Nourish – Elopement Wedding Planner in Las Vegas

 

Question 1. Brendan: What is the overall experience of working with Custom Las Vegas Weddings like?

Julie:

Guidance My customers will be guided every step of the way to prepare for their Vegas elopement.

Stress Free Service: After the couple’s book with us they can then relax and feel confident the services will be planned.

Wedding Licensing: I start by helping them understand the wedding licensing process and sending them licensing information.

Ceremony wording:  My clients will then choose their ceremony wording and customize the ceremony and vows if they desire that.

Itinerary is created:  I guide them to understand how the day will unfold and create an itinerary to help them know the timeline of events.

Help planning periphery services: If the customer needs hair and makeup assistance or tux and gown, I match them with those vendors.

Vendors are planned for clients: Then the vendors are planned for the event. It’s all done for clients as a part of my service to them.

Customization of packages: My wedding package templates are customizable. I will discuss the customization possibilities with my clients.

Official quote is created for client: After the clients agree on the services, I then write up a quote for them to approve.

Client provides a retainer: At the point of signing the quote, my client will then place a deposit as a retainer for services. I then start the planning for them.

I am available to correspond by phone, email or chat with customers.

Question 2. Brendan: What services do you provide?

Julie:  I primarily provide services such as eloping in Vegas packages as well as other periphery Las Vegas wedding planning services to customize packages for couples. I have spent time building a network of wedding venues in Las Vegas. The vendors I collaborate with are long standing associates and pros. I provide only the best wedding professionals as vendors for my clients.

 

Eloping in Vegas

These are some the main Las Vegas wedding planning services I provide.

• Procuring booking with established venues and planning the event 
• Creating an itinerary for the client and vendors
• Helping with the preliminary details before the event
• Assisting customer with hair/makeup, tux/gown
• Guidance to help client choose flowers for event
• Setting up all vendors (photographer, transportation, etc.)
• Day of coordination services 
• Client vendor correspondence and assistance
• Arranging the payment for vendors on behalf of the client

Question 3. Brendan:Would you give me some examples of the a la carte services you offer for customization?

Julie:  If the customer wants to add in additional services above and beyond the package listed on my site, these would be considered a la carte options.

Some examples of a la carte options would be:

• Planning and ordering a wedding cake for the event
• Additional day of coordinator services
• Helping the client get tickets for entertainment
• Booking a restaurant for the event
• Help planning the reception
• Help running errands

If the client wants a la cart services, I will go over the details with them and work up a quote for services.

Wedding event planner

 

Question 4. Brendan: What type of budget do your clients typically need if they are planning a Vegas wedding?

Julie: I attract couples who want services ranging from Las Vegas wedding packages for two people, which start at the $500 price point to customized packages as much as $3500 or more for an upscale elopement experience. It just depends on what the customers want and their budget limit. I try to work within a budget if it’s possible to offer what the client wants and tick all the boxes.


Question
5. Brendan:  How do you customize services for couples?

Julie: First, I offer templates and suggestions on my website. Then the customer can modify the package based on their needs and guest count and circumstances. If they want to add in a la carte services, they may do so. For instance, transportation, design elements, video, more photos, a cake, etc.

Question 6. Brendan: How involved in planning do the customers get to be?

Julie: I think it’s important for the customers to be fully involved in their wedding. Most people choose my services because they don’t want to have to think about too many details. But some of my clients have been very involved and want to have a lot more input. I always welcome their input and creativity.

 

Eloping in Vegas

Fun moment of exchange with wedding party

 

Question 7. Brendan:  What’s not involved in the planning services you offer?

Julie: My clients are primarily Las Vegas destination wedding couples, traveling to Vegas from other cities and countries and don’t live in Las Vegas. Sometimes, they do want pre-wedding meetings and if they do, there is an hourly a la carte charge for that service. I recommend my clients use online conferencing, email and phone to go over details and I meet my clients on the day of the event typically.

My associate planners work with me to provide larger event planning if you need a planner to scout for vendors and provide in depth services such as a large full-scale ceremony and reception. I primarily focus on the venues and experiences listed on my site. For instance, if someone needs a planner to find a specific venue and help them visit and interview vendors, taste cake, put together a full-scale event with RSVP services, stationary, and invitations, etc. they are looking for a full-scale wedding planner. I keep my pricing comparatively affordable and cater to a certain demographic of elopements or clients who don’t need a full-scale large event. I do collaborate with other full-service planners though and will refer people who are looking for that kind of services in touch with my associate planner. The service quote I work up for clients will specify the services they get and those can be customized based on their needs.

 

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Julie pinning a boutonniere on the groom

 

Question 8. Brendan:  How do you differ from other Las Vegas destination elopement planners in Las Vegas?

Julie: I like to be very creative and offer unique customization services for Las Vegas wedding packages.  This is a departure from the cookie cutter wedding planning that is a standard in Las Vegas for smaller elopement companies and venues. Because I am an independent Las Vegas elopement planner, I am more flexible to think outside the box and offer ways for clients to make their elopement event special. For example, adding props to their decorations, decorating the client’s room to make it a romantic setting, making reservations for restaurants after the elopement. 

Question 4. Brendan: Would you give me some examples of the packages you offer for customization?

Julie: I offer a variety of packages on my website. Many are scenic outdoor wedding packages and some are on the Vegas Strip or in local venues in Las Vegas. 

For example these are only a small list of elopement location choices I will customize for clients.

Scenic outdoor wedding choices:

• Reflection Bay at Lake Las Vegas
Red Rock Canyon Wedding
• Valley of Fire Helicopter Wedding
• Grand Canyon Helicopter Wedding
Local Las Vegas Parks or home weddings
• Mount Charleston wedding
• Lakeside weddings
Nelson Ghost Town wedding

 

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Elopement at Nelson Ghost Town

 

Las Vegas Strip Wedding choices:

The High Roller
The Eiffel Tower Experience 
The Sugar Factory
Madame Tussaud’s
The Neon Museum
• The Mob Museum
• Art District
• Hotel weddings
Wedding Photo Tours
Scenic City Helicopter
Oasis Event Center

Elopement Packages Las Vegas

A photo of Julie, the pilot and a wedding couple eloping in the Grand Canyon


Question 9
. Brendan:  How involved are you in the day of wedding experience?

Julie:
Prior to the day I touch base to make sure my clients have arrived safely to Las Vegas. Then I make sure I am in touch with my wedding clients by phone or text on the day. I will guide the clients with any last-minute questions or concerns that arise and typically I am there on site with the couple during the event. If I am not, I ensure that there is an assistant coordinator to run the show who knows what to do.

Question 10. Brendan:  How far in advance do couples need to reserve services with you?

Julie: For some scenic and Vegas Strip wedding packages it is recommended my clients give at least a months’ notice. More advance notice will secure better results for having a venue available. If the client waits until 3 weeks prior to the wedding to reserve, it will be less likely the venue they want will be available. The client needs to realize the full payment will be due 3 weeks before the wedding and if they are requesting services within that time frame the entire payment is due.

Question 11. Brendan: Do you handle all the contracts and payment processing for clients eloping in Vegas?

Julie: Yes. First, I create a quote and contract for clients to view, approve and sign. The quotes are itemized for clients. Some Vegas wedding venues require the clients sign the contract directly with the venue but I do facilitate sending the documents and helping keep track of signing and payment to the venues on behalf of the client. I also will help correspond with vendors for clients and facilitate and oversee the venue contract signing for clients as well as overseeing paying the vendors on the clients behalf. 

Question 12. Brendan: Do you handle rentals for clients?

Julie: Yes, I schedule and set up the vendor rentals for the event. This includes the scheduling, correspondence with the vendors for scheduling the rentals, delivery, arrival and set up, and breakdown of rentals. A good example would be for props to be used for custom photo events, floral items, decorations such as chairs, floral, musicians, etc.

Red Rock Canyon Wedding

Question 13. Brendan: What is the deposit for booking a wedding?

Julie: All venues and vendors require a different deposit. Deposit terms will be specified in the venue contract the client will sign. I collect all the data and ensure the correct deposits are paid for by the client to reserve the venue and vendor services they want. I also collect a wedding planning deposit which is a retainer for services.  The deposit amount will be determined by the services the client hires me for. 

Question 14. Brendan: When is the final payment due?

Julie:The final payment is due 3 weeks prior to the event. If the client initiates services within the 3-week timeframe of the event, the full amount is due then.

Question 15. Brendan: Do you help the clients pay the vendors?

Julie:Yes. I handle the planning and payment on behalf of the client for the vendors. The more services the client receives, the more itemized the invoice will be and the client will be able to see the charges for each service received.

Question 16. Brendan: Are there additional fees clients should know about?

Julie: Because I have the client agree to a quote, they will have all the charges up front when they sign the contract. The only time there would be any additional charges would be if the client requests more a la carte services after the quote has been signed. In this case I will revise the invoice and the client will see the charges and agree to them at that time.

Las Vegas Wedding Planner

 

Question 17. Brendan: What happens if the customer needs to change the date of the event?

Julie: As the elopement event planner, I will step in and advocate for the client to re-arranged the services and change the date or time. I just ask the clients to try to give me at least 3 weeks’ notice, if possible. I have often done this for clients and it’s dependent on many factors, not the least of which is whether the date is available with all the vendors and venue as well as my own schedule. This might happen if the couple has to postpone or change the event date.

Question 18. Brendan: Is the deposit or final payment refundable?

Julie: The planning fees are not refundable. The initial planning deposit is taken as a retainer to pay for wedding planning services that are rendered before the wedding takes place. The initial planning involves effort. It will require computer time, outreach to vendors, scheduling the venue, helping the client sign contracts, taking payments, email correspondence, scheduling vendors, creating the itinerary and in many cases more. The planning is done prior to the 3-week timeline before the wedding day, if the clients give such notice. I do not refund the planning fee to clients for this reason if their plans change.  I will however credit the initial planning deposit payment toward future services if a postponement or date change is needed and is possible.

The final payment for the event and venue is typically due within the 3-week timeframe prior to the wedding. At that time, the final payment becomes non-refundable. If the wedding needs to be rescheduled, in most cases the venues will work with the clients.  Each venue differs in their credit and refund policies. It is best to clarify these details from the venue before you book to know what to expect if there is a disaster beyond your control. The planning deposit may be applied to future wedding services within one calendar year.

Vegas wedding planning

Elvis Rocks this wedding couple at the Vegas Sign


Question 19.
 Brendan: Will planning the wedding be stress free and fun for clients?

Julie: I think so. I have many reviews from happy couples who indicated their experience was seamless and stress free. Many clients tend to worry because they don’t know Las Vegas and who to trust. They plan from a distance and can get overwhelmed. I am happy to ensure the client feels at ease and confident their event will go on without a hitch. If the client is planning well ahead of time, I check in with the client and they may check in with me with questions whenever needed. I get more interactive with my clients about a month ahead of their event and keep in touch to make the client feel excited and at ease about traveling to Vegas and knowing what to do.

Question 20. Brendan: What was the biggest takeaway you can share? What was your greatest Challenge, and takeaway?

Julie: I would say logistical and technical issues have been the biggest challenges for me. One of the biggest hurdles I have had to contend with is having my website hacked about 10 years ago. My ranking and business literally went dead. Google penalized me and dropped my ranking almost overnight, regardless of whether it was my fault I got hacked or not.

I have also had challenges trying to build up my company and try to run my business and wear all the hats necessary to streamline and run my business economically. Technical challenges with my website, trying to rank on Google and also making myself available to answer my clients and be out in the field doing the work have been challenging.

The biggest takeaway is, collaborating with other professional associate and vendors I can depend on has made a huge difference.   I have found great professional and talented vendors through networking in the community and word of mouth. That has been very helpful.

Las Vegas Scenic Wedding

Photo of Julie with wedding couple after a wedding at Red Rock Overlook


Question 21.
 Brendan: What is your greatest moment of success?

Julie: One of the highlights of my work has been I think I have had success come in waves and it still fluctuates. Being able to reach a high domain authority which has helped me be found in Google has helped drive business. Having couples give me great reviews and feedback has been very motivating and I am grateful for that. Reviews have helped me start to build success. I am optimistic as time proceeds, my wedding business will succeed.  Ultimately, I consider making people who are eloping in Vegas happy and satisfied my greatest success of all!

Thank you Brendan for your thoughtful interview.  If you want to learn more about Brendan Sicks love music and visit Brendan’s creative love songs website here

View this video interview with Brendan on YouTube.

 

6 Amazing Hotel Suites to Consider if you plan to get married in Las Vegas

Consider a Hotel Suite to get married in Las Vegas

Consider this wedding advice before you make a decision where to get married in Las Vegas. These hotel suites are terrific choices to consider using if you are researching having an in-suite wedding and plan to get married in Las Vegas.  This may end up being the most cost-effective solution for you in the long run. If you are looking for cheap places to get married in Vegas having a wedding in your hotel suite is an excellent choice to consider.

The aim of this article is to help you determine if they are cost-effective.  If so, then here is some needed advice for choosing your hotel suite.

Utilizing a hotel suite to get married in Las Vegas provides a solution for couples who desire a unique approach to their wedding. This option to consider may be the ticket and this choice provides a wedding in Vegas for two that is private yet elegant.

Consider these hotel suites to hold a small Las Vegas wedding ceremony and reception. This idea is appealing to people who plan to get married in Las Vegas. Whether you are eloping in Vegas or have guests for a larger event this choice offers many advantages.

The major advantages:

  • More affordable: An in-suite wedding in Las Vegas will be more affordable in the long run if it fits into your style and vision. It is fairly easy to plan, casual, and perfect for those with privacy in mind. This choice may also be the best solution for the smaller hotel suite wedding reception.
  • Control and choices: choosing to have a Las Vegas hotel suite wedding ceremony will allow you to control it the way you want to. Quite often couples find limits are imposed on their wedding day they don’t like. This option allows you to have more control and implement ideas that work for you. You may also use decorations of your own choice and better control over the vendors you want to use for your wedding, ultimately getting more for your money.
  • Wide selection of hotels: Las Vegas offers a wide range and selection of hotels to choose from. There certainly are a host of fancy and fashionable hotel and suite choices. In my opinion, some hotel suites I have personally visited have stood out as superior for wedding ceremonies and reception choices.

    You might want to also read this article about seasonal Las Vegas weather tips.

To add some special wedding feel and bliss to your in-suite Vegas wedding, here are a number of things to think about and some background information about the suites you will want to know.

But before we look at the hotels, let’s look at your budget.

plan to get married in Las Vegas

Determine your budget:

Determining your budget is the first thing you want to do.  I created a Las Vegas wedding budget checklist you may want to look over here. It will help if you plan to get married in Las Vegas. How will you know which suite is best and what the total costs are unless you do your homework first?  This article is a good starting point to help you determine what you want for your wedding ceremony and reception.

How much are you willing to pay for the most exquisite suite and is there a compromise if your budget is smaller? Know your budget and if you can make the best decision for a suite that offers a separate bedroom section so your guests and you have the privacy you need for getting ready and a first look option before the bride walks down the aisle.

Vegas Wedding Planning Preparation Checklist:

The excitement of Vegas can distract you and make you forget a lot of important details. It will help to create timelines to keep your events organized and on track.

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Pre-planning wedding checklist: If you plan to get married in Las Vegas and elope in a wedding suite, the questions on this checklist are the main ones you will want to decide on and get answers to prior to the wedding day.

  • Where will the bride enter?
  • Will any person be presenting the hand of the bride upon entry?
  • Where will the music be playing from and who will be in control?
  • What songs do you want to be played before, during and after the ceremony?
    Write down the order of the songs and separate the wedding and reception playlist.
  • Do you want the guest to stand or sit during the ceremony?
  • Will you have a video? Where do you want the cameras stationed for the ceremony? (Tip: get guidance from your videographer for best lighting).
  • Where will you and your fiancé stand during the ceremony?  (Again, get input from photographer and videographer and planner for best suggestions).
  • What is the recessional plan after your marriage pronouncement? Will you stand in place and have the guest congratulate you casually?  Or, do you want to walk out in a more formal processional and have a moment of privacy as newlyweds?
  • Where will the food be stationed and what food will you provide for guests?
  • Will there be an official celebratory toast after the ceremony?
  • Are you having a cake and where will it be stationed?  Usually, the cake table and gift table are in close proximity.

Tip: If you don’t want to hassle with the small details you might want to consider using an affordable Las Vegas wedding planner to give you guidance and help you figure out how to implement the romantic touches and decorate your suite for the wedding.

View this infographic and article to know the pros and cons to elope in Las Vegas.

Same Sex couple cutting cake In Suite Reception

  • Utilize and get help from the hotel concierge: It’s an excellent idea to check in with the hotel concierge department and know what they can offer. They have many excellent services they provide and can be a great ally. Just be careful to not give too much away if you are having your ceremony in the suite.  Most hotels do not officially approve of this practice if they provide a chapel in their hotel.  They discourage in-suite Las Vegas Wedding ceremonies however you are renting a private room but if there is a hotel check-in agreement be sure to comply with the rules. Remember, however, you are having a private event and have a right to do the ceremony in your room, despite what the hotel tells you. You should contact the concierge only for periphery items like food, drinks and catering services and leave the special requests up to your planner.
  • Determine the space you need for the ceremony: One factor you need to determine when you decide to get married in Las Vegas in a hotel suite is whether you want to have the ceremony inside or outside. Some suites will accommodate an outside ceremony with balconies overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. If the only option is to hold the ceremony inside, ensure there’s a distance of about 7-8 feet between the closest guests and the Las Vegas wedding officiate. It gives room for improved projection and enough room for the photographer and videographer to move about.
  • Remember the ambiance and music: Las Vegas suites have TVs with USB slots. You can play the songs you want using the suite’s system or you can upgrade for a better, distinguished sound. It helps accomplish a certain mood and helps ensure the sound doesn’t hamper the officiant’s voice or anyone talking at the event.
  • Preparing the suite: You will want to dazzle up the suite in time for the ceremony.  This doesn’t mean you need to spend a lot of money though. You have options. If you plan to DIY your decorating here are some ideas.
  • Las Vegas wedding In Suite photo

    Decorations:  If you are a DIY bride or groom and have the vision already dialed in, you will want to make a checklist of items you need. Sometimes hotel concierge departments will allow you to ship in a box of decorations ahead of time if you figure out if it’s cost effective to do it that way.  Otherwise, you will want to have a rental car during your time here to enable store buying runs for supplies.  This idea will only work if you have the time.

  • Candles: Consider getting electric votive candles to place around the room. Hotels do not like you to use real candles because it’s a fire hazard. Electric votive candles can be bought at various stores such as Target or Walmart.
  • Flowers: Use flowers to decorate and bring out the best in the atmosphere. Having the florist prepare a few stationary floral arrangements to sit on the cake table and around the room will add a lot to the event. Flowers can be delivered to your hotel suite from anywhere in the city. Once again, you may have a small wedding planner coordinate all the elements for you. A good planner will work on your behalf and pass on the discounts they get to you so even with their fee it’s not more expensive to have a wedding planner help you.
  • Aisle runner: Make the room ready for the wedding with an aisle runner. You may purchase an aisle runner well in advance to spruce up the ambiance and add some formal flair to the occasion.
  • Rearrange the room: Rearrange the different furniture and consider renting chairs if the need is to formalize the setup. There are companies that will bring in chairs you can request them from the hotel for a cost.
  • Set Aside Troubleshooting Time: Technical issues usually crop up, especially with the sound, music, Wi-Fi, rented electronics, live video coverage, among others. Ensure you’ve set some time before the wedding to cover any of these issues that might come up.
  • Drinks and snacks: Your guests will most likely expect you to provide some food, even if it’s finger food or hors-d’oeuvres.  If you keep it small you may decide to the nearest grocery store and get your own finger food. It doesn’t have to be expensive. Champagne or wine is a good choice to keep the alcohol cost down.  This will still allow you to have a wedding toast. Most hotels will not allow outside caterers in providing food in the room.  Another option would be to have the hotel provide the food and drinks for your event but this choice will be more costly.

Tip:  If you want to get tips about the seasonal weather temperatures and need to know info for Vegas weather click here.  

6 Great Las Vegas Hotel Suite Options:

The Venetian Luxury Suites
Luxury Suite Floor plan (Premium View) (Cost $539.00 +) (650 Sq. Ft

Las Vegas Venetian hotel suite wedding

This choice offers a unique Italian feel for any wedding. Their suites are very nice and offer a small sunken living room space for a  romantic and small Las Vegas wedding ceremony. This hotel has amazing architecture throughout and a beautiful waterfall that is seasonally decorated, which is a great backdrop for photos after the wedding.  The Venetian hotel showcases a small replica of the gondola canals of Venice, which is also a romantic backdrop for photos after the wedding.

MGM Skyline Terrace Suites
Floor plan and Photos   (Cost: $700 +) (1300 Sq. Ft.)

MGM skyline hotel suite reception

This hotel suite is a perfect option for an in-suite wedding in Las Vegas. They offer 80 guest count balcony, three-bedroom tasteful lofts that offer a great city view that is a very romantic backdrop for a wedding. A single loft can actually accommodate 30 guests. The balcony is big enough to fit small tables and chairs and one long table for cake cutting.  The view from this balcony of City center and the Las Vegas Strip is phenomenal.  There are 14 of these suites available but they must be booked by phone.

The Cosmopolitan Wraparound Terrace Suite:
Floor plans and Photos  Cost $300-975+ (1680 sq. Ft.)

Get Married in Las Vegas

This hotel It is a gorgeous choice for a  trendy and modern wedding in Vegas with a view of the Vegas strip. The scenic wrap around suite provides an indoor/outdoor option for your ceremony. The suite overlooking the Bellagio fountains has a great view of the Eiffel tower and Las Vegas Strip. This suite boasts a well-furnished option with a king bed.  It’s great whether you are having a small or larger crowd.  The suite seats 17 people.  The downside to this hotel suite is the fact that suites are keycard access which means someone from your planning committee will need to escort up the guests. The suites on the East tower are close to the parking garage and will be easier to get supplies up to the room, however, security is tight at this hotel so lugging supplies up to the suite might draw unwanted security attention.

The Mandalay Bay (Vista or Media Suites)
Floor plan and photos: Vista Suite, Media Suite   Cost: $480 – $780 +

las vegas hotel suite reception photo
If you are considering an in-suite wedding and reception these suites fit the bill. Consider the option of having a Vegas Wedding Package at your location. This is a perfect choice that offers solutions to your Las Vegas wedding vendor planning needs.  Using a hotel suite for your ceremony is a great choice for a DIY reception. The hotel views are phenomenal. The Vista Suite has a terrific floor plan for a wedding with a large bar area.  The Media Suite has needed soundproofing for the larger party atmosphere. You might find it a challenge, however, to cater this event yourself.  It may be best to use the hotel food and beverage department for the catering.

The Media Suite has a 1035 square foot living room with seating for 22 people. Its occupancy threshold is 40 people.  The Vista Suite has 949 square ft. living room with seating for 21 people but accommodates 40 people well.

The Golden Nugget Spa Tower Suite
Floor plan and photos: Cost: $412 +

Golden-Nugget-Suite Wedding

The Golden Nugget is a classic hotel in Las Vegas.  Some people prefer the older classic Las Vegas scene.  This hotel is located in the heart of Fremont Street Experience. These suites feature a two-floor layout with a staircase. This would offer the opportunity for great wedding photos as well as a bridal grand entrance for the wedding processional. It also has a classic bar and antique vintage atmosphere with floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows.  The living room 1,200 square feet and it seats.

1 Bedroom Suite at Palms Place
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Palms Place Suite

 

This penthouse accommodates sleeps eight. You may have 75 people at your event. This is a great idea for a wedding in Las Vegas  you probably have not even thought of. This hotel choice also provides a luxury living room complete with a game room and pool table, full island kitchen and fireplace. It has a fantastic balcony to hold your ceremony that would boast a sparkling city view below. Its 3,650 square feet with two king beds.

Tip to keep the suite clean before the wedding:

Before the ceremony takes place, take some time to tidy up the suite, putting away your luggage, belongings, and cases with personal items. If you are having a simple wedding in Las Vegas you might want to consider selecting a hotel that offers an early check-in.  This would prevent having to sleep in the suite the night before. This option will allow less time to prepare but the suite will be tidy for the wedding.

If the logistics of the wedding timing don’t allow you to have an early check-in that might not be so bad either.  There are advantages to staying in the suite the night before as well. One advantage is being able to get ready in the suite and not having to rush and set up everything last minute.  This arrangement will also be convenient if you decide to get your hair and makeup stylist to come to your room. You won’t have to go out and spend precious time traveling to a salon. Many hotels offer spas you may consider using as well.  In either case, this option may end up being more relaxing and cause less stress.

A Wedding planner can take away the headache

Custom Las Vegas Wedding Planner

Planning everything even for a wedding in a single suite can be hectic, considering all the factors of the event. Ultimately, want to be stress-free and look beautiful for your partner and guests. For this reason, you might not want to do everything.

Now, in addition to the other details you need to consider, you will need to know this updated information about how Covid-19 is affecting Las Vegas. Click the article below to get up to date on what is happening.

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Rather than choosing all your vendors separately, you might want to consider a company that offers all-in-one solutions for Las Vegas wedding packages.

The on-location package approach may be the solution you need if you plan a DIY wedding and have a smaller budget. Look over these Las Vegas wedding company reviews and see what other customers have to say.

If you are not into do the wedding research yourself it’s best to hire a Las Vegas wedding planner who will take the weight off your shoulders.

What company will you choose for your Las Vegas wedding planning?