Las Vegas is one of the top wedding destinations in the world. The excitement of the city and the distinctive wedding themes offered make getting married in Sin City a dream for many. Whether extreme and unusual or lavish and traditional, couples can have the wedding of their dreams that they will treasure for a lifetime. This list highlights some of the best places in Las Vegas to wed.
Chapel Of The Flowers
1717 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Artsy couples with a well-defined vision for their wedding can bring their concept to life at Chapel of the Flowers. This chapel has been standing for 60 years and has won many awards. It has also been named the “Best Destination Venue in the United States.” The options for those looking to marry here are plentiful and are always customized for each individual wedding. In a city full of creatives, this chapel provides some of the best photographers and videographers that Las Vegas has to offer. Weddings, receptions and vow renewals can be done here and are easily planned out to create a day of unforgettable moments and original ideas.
Mon Bel Ami
607 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Mon Bel Ami’s chapel has been voted “Most Beautiful” in Las Vegas. This establishment prides itself on elegance and class at prices that can accommodate any budget. Along with being affordable, couples can also register to win a free wedding at this popular destination. Everything from décor to the most intricate of details is handled by wedding planners that dedicate themselves to taking on all of the tasks of creating a successful wedding experience. With such close help of wedding professionals, the bride and groom can then be allowed the luxury of an impressive, stress-free wedding full of fun and memories.
The Little Church Of The West
4617 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
The Little Church of the West wedding chapel is known for its rare and historic appeal. It is a natural landmark that is now one of the oldest buildings on the Strip, making it desirable to both tourists and residents. Close to both the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino and the famous “Welcome To Las Vegas sign,” the location of the chapel also adds interest and charm. Allowing variety while also embracing tradition, numerous couples have happily tied the knot here.
Chapel In The Clouds
2000 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
The Chapel in the Clouds at The Stratosphere Hotel and Casino takes the wedding experience to new heights. The breathtaking and award-winning views are a big part of the fame of the Stratosphere and there are many wedding packages offered at the chapel to keep such a special day exciting and beautiful. Ceremonies at Chapel in the Clouds can be inside and outside and those who are interested in an untraditional ceremony can have their needs met here just as easily as couples that long for a traditional affair. Whether the event is big or small, the pricing is desirable and the customer service experience is said to be among the very best. The professional photographs taken are quickly returned and everyone can have a great time during and after the wedding, thanks to the many attractions that are part of this hotel casino.
7830 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89123
Las Vegas and many areas throughout Hawaii are top destinations and the Hawaiian Gardens at the Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas South have combined the best of both worlds for weddings. Getting married in the Hawaiian Gardens allows couples in Las Vegas to feel the beauty of Hawaii in the state of Nevada. Everyone in attendance will be able to experience Hawaiian culture through music and the workings of a trusted staff while still having access to the excitement of Vegas. Posed photography will also be made available to capture important moments and to show off the beautiful scenery that was a part of the ceremony.
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