Wedding Venues in Las Vegas, NV
Chapel of the Flowers has provided traditional, intimate and elegant Las Vegas weddings on the world-famous Strip for nearly 60 years. The full-service wedding venue features three elegant wedding chapels as well as an outdoor gazebo and glass garden. Its cobblestone-accented grounds and lush landscaping create a variety of options to capture that picture-perfect moment. The chapel’s professional wedding planners work with couples on a daily basis from one year out to day-of planning. Grab a white limousine on-site, have your wedding filmed or photographed, pick up your bouquet from the full-service florist or even have your wedding shown live on the Internet at this wedding spot.
When you want to pop the $100,000 wedding, head to the Wedding Salons at Wynn Las Vegas for one of the most opulent wedding venues in Sin City. Guys can pop the question with a 2-carat diamond engagement ring from Wynn & Co. Jewelry valued at $50,000, tour of the Las Vegas Strip in a chauffeured Roll-Royce Phantom and stay two nights at the resort. The swanky package includes a $10,000 shopping spree at the resort. Then get married in the Wedding Salons with your favorite music and a 14-rose bouquet, followed by a one-hour photo session with a photographer.
When you want to have an impromptu wedding, head to one of the newest spots on the Strip, the Pop-Up Wedding Chapel at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The chapel on the Strip offers traditional marriages, vow renewals and commitment ceremonies as well as pet weddings or faux weddings. With a location right on the Strip, that means passersby can event partake in the festivities. You can pick up wedding bands, faux wedding announcements and apparel as well as beer, wine and champagne in the attached gift shop, or have your photos shot in the photo booth, where you can instantly post pictures to Facebook and Twitter.
More than 100,000 couples have tied the knot at the Little Church of the West in its nearly 70 year history. The chapel was designed to look like an old mining town church, built of cedar and California redwood. It originally sat on the north side of the Last Frontier until it was moved to the south side in 1954, then to the grounds of the Hacienda in 1978 to make way for construction of Fashion Show mall. In 1996, the chapel was moved again to its current location on the corner of Russell Road and Las Vegas Boulevard to accommodate construction of Mandalay Bay. Celebrities who have been married there include Betty Grable and Harry James; Zsa Zsa Gabor and George Saunders; Judy Garland; Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford; even Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret. Well, technically Elvis and Ann-Margret got married in “Viva Las Vegas” at the chapel.
Get married in the middle of the desert at the Springs Preserve. Many of the grounds at the 180-acre botanical gardens either indoors or outdoors at the Springs Preserve can make the perfect setting for a marriage ceremony. The birthplace of Las Vegas can accommodate everything from an intimate vows exchange to a full-fledged bash. Tie the knot within the Courtyard Rotunda with its multi-level seating and grand staircases. The Gardens Arboretum within the lush botanical gardens makes a beautiful setting. The Gardens Amphitheater gives you a daytime or evening setting while the Courtyard Plaza brings with it a map of the Southwest under foot. Go grand with the Springs Amphitheater. Your wedding could be eco-friendly.