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  1. Hi Tami; OMG you are going to LOVE Scenic Las Vegas Weddings! My hubby did exactly what you're doing: we got married by Scenic Las Vegas Weddings at Valley of Fire and we rented a coach bus for the rest of our guests. (By the way, if Melissa is your photographer, you will LOVE her - she's just awesome! I know her husband is also a photographer there too and his pics are also incredible - the company is run by Melissa and her husband which I really liked since I always prefer to support family-owned businesses) If you're looking for a reliable bus company, I highly reccomend Canyon Coach lines. We rented a 29 seat coach for 5.5 hours (from the Strip to Valley of Fire and back) and it cost $335 plus $35 gratuity for the driver. These guys offer the absolute best pricing around and are very professional and on-time. They picked u For a quote, Contact Brenda Williams (Ph: 702-933-1128) or brendaw@canyoncoachlines.com an d) ) a) Here's the bus company information: C H Destinations dba Canyon Coach Lines Fax: 702-933-1129 6288 Spring Mountain Road Ste. 110 Las Vegas, NV 89146 Congratulations and good luck with everything! If you need any more info, please message me
  2. Hi Meseh; The grounds at the Flamingo are gorgeous - lots of lush vegetation, beautiful pool areas and private gazebos. The only thing is that there do tend to be a lot of people there milling around looking at all of the animals (yes, there really are flamingos here!) and walking the grounds so you would just have to be ok with people peeking in on your ceremony. The Flamingo is one of the older properties on the Strip so the inside itself isn't quite as "up-to-date" as Caesar's palace, but the wedding package prices are much less expensive and there are more "extras" thrown in (i.e. 2 night stays, more photography, etc.) with the packages. There's also a quaint sense of old-Vegas nostalgia with the Flamingo whereas Caesar's Palace is a quintessential glitzy Vegas property so it really just depends on your personal preference. I'm sure you've already checked out both online but for those Brides that might be reading, here are the links: Caesar's Wedding Packages: www.caesarspalaceweddings.com Flamingo Wedding Packages: http://www.flamingolasvegas.com/weddings/flamingo-las-vegas/ We got married in Vegas last year and WE LOVED IT! Awesome place to tie the knot and all of our guests had a really great time too. Les
  3. Hey! If you like the vintage, "old-glam" idea, you might want to check out Mandalay Bay's "Vintage Vogue" wedding package I've stayed at the Mandalay Bay and it's gorgeous; very chic and modern. There's also a lot of good restaurants in Mandalay Bay too if you're thinking of doing a reception afterwards. (And FYI, the "House of Blues" restaurant is right off of the casino floor and it's amazing for Happy Hour) The only thing about the Mandalay Bay is that its right at the south end of the strip so it's not quite as convenient as some of the other casinos are. There is the tram which connects you to Luxor and to Excalibur. Otherwise, you're looking at walking towards the rear of the MGM to hop on the monorail (it's a good 15 - 20 min walk from Mandalay Bay) which is a really convenient way to explore the strip (definitely do the all day pass - it's the best bang for your buck). There's always cabs of course too, but they get pretty pricey when you're coming from one end of the strip to the other. Good luck with your search! Les
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    Clark County Clerk's Office

    Hi there Looks like your friend should be able to get a Certificate of Authority to Solemnize Marriages within a few weeks provided she is "a licensed, ordained or appointed minister, or other person authorized to solemnize a marriage in good standing with his/her church or religious organization..." ... " from Clarkc County withing" Here is the direct link to more information as well as the application for a Minister License: http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/Depts/clerk/Services/Pages/MinisterLicenses.aspx Here is the contact information for tho Clark County Marriage Bureau: Las Vegas Marriage License Office & Hours Clark County Marriage Bureau 201 Clark Ave Las Vegas, NV, 89115-1603 Phone: 702-671-0600 Hours: Open daily 8am – Midnight, including Holidays Website: http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/depts/clerk/services/pages/marriagelicenses.aspx Online Marriage Pre-Application: http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/Depts/clerk/Pages/PreApp.aspx (You can fill it out beforehand to save time applying for your Marriage License) Hope this help!
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    Vegas Reception

    We had our reception at Tender Steakhouse at the Luxor - it was amazing! If you're looking for a great steak/seafood restaurant, this is it. Price are reasonable (menu is online) and I found the service to be excellent.
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    Vegas!!!

    Hey Girl!! Well I'm not sure if I'm too late with this reply,here are a few 2-night, all-inclusive wedding package on the strip: 1. $1297 - Riviera - "Luxury Wedding Package" - 2 nights 2. $1345 - Flamingo - "Rose Wedding Package" - 2 nights in a "Go Mini Suite" (There are additional 2-night wedding packages as well) 3. $2190 - Wynn - "Seasons Wedding Package" - 2 nights in a Deluxe Resort King Room 4. $2200 - Paris - "Merlot Wedding Package" (Sun - Thurs) - 2 nights in a Le Mans Petite Suite 5. $4700 - Mandalay Bay - "Diamond Lights Package" (Sun - Thurs) - 2 nights in a Honeymoon Suite ***Also, there are a ton of other packages out there that include only one night BUT I know for sure you can add additional nights at a discounted rate so make sure you check out other options as well. Let me know if you need more ideas - I got married in Vegas last year and I seriously know every single wedding package offered in Vegas!
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