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#1 twixygrl

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    Posted 28 February 2008 - 02:26 AM

    Hello all! I am local here in Vegas and I have lived here most of my life. I will try to post here more often to help you all out with questions!

    Also, a good friend of mine maintains a website that is basically and independent review of most of the chapels in Vegas. She has visited them all and collected the info and taken pictures etc. It is really a great idea and would be helpful to anyone looking at chapels in Vegas.

    Las Vegas Wedding Chapel Reviews, Pictures, Packages, Marriage License Laws, Elvis

    I hope this helps some of you. Any questions...just ask!
    Twixygrl

    #2 jean-marcus

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      Posted 28 February 2008 - 04:28 AM

      hey thats good info right there... thanks :)

      #3 starchild

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        Posted 28 February 2008 - 04:59 AM

        Hi! I have a question, we will be there in a few weeks for a tiny wedding. The wedding is on St. Patrick's Day and after the ceremony the plans are dinner then clubbing.

        Do you recommend any clubs for St. Patrick's Day or just fun spots in general? Thanks!

        #4 Christine

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        Posted 28 February 2008 - 11:15 AM

        Jamy, if you want to go to a club in a casino there is an Irish bar in New York New York and a few others in the main casinos. Let me think about which ones are fun.
        There will be all sorts of stuff going on on the strip so I am sure you will find something to do no problem.
        Have fun!

        Twixygirl, I used to live in Vegas too, I am a Nevadan, from Sparks originally.
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        #5 carmlv

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          Posted 28 February 2008 - 04:27 PM

          Hey Ladies..I too am a local Vegas bride... although I am local, I am having a destination wedding.. 80% of my guests are from all points of the country!!

          Planning is fun, especially with my budget.. lol My wedding is at Alexis Park Resort as I wanted something close to the strip without the casino atmosphere. I have managed to plan a wedding weekend.. including all my attire, rehersal and welcome dinner, and ceremony, cocktail hour, and sit down dinner/dance..all for under $7,500...

          I have done a ton of research and have some great deals... anyone that needs any suggestions or ideas.. I would be also happy to help..

          2 months to go!!!

          #6 starchild

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            Posted 04 March 2008 - 04:29 AM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by Christine
            Jamy, if you want to go to a club in a casino there is an Irish bar in New York New York and a few others in the main casinos. Let me think about which ones are fun.
            There will be all sorts of stuff going on on the strip so I am sure you will find something to do no problem.
            Have fun!
            Thanks, Christine! I'll remember that :)

            #7 cabobride2be

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              Posted 08 March 2008 - 01:42 AM

              That's great! I acutally came across this website in the beginning stages of my planning and it was the website that helped me decide on the Wynn! Thank you!


              Quote:
              Originally Posted by twixygrl
              Hello all! I am local here in Vegas and I have lived here most of my life. I will try to post here more often to help you all out with questions!

              Also, a good friend of mine maintains a website that is basically and independent review of most of the chapels in Vegas. She has visited them all and collected the info and taken pictures etc. It is really a great idea and would be helpful to anyone looking at chapels in Vegas.

              Las Vegas Wedding Chapel Reviews, Pictures, Packages, Marriage License Laws, Elvis

              I hope this helps some of you. Any questions...just ask!


              #8 cabobride2be

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                Posted 08 March 2008 - 01:44 AM

                Wow good job!! Where are you having a rehersal dinner?

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by carmlv
                Hey Ladies..I too am a local Vegas bride... although I am local, I am having a destination wedding.. 80% of my guests are from all points of the country!!

                Planning is fun, especially with my budget.. lol My wedding is at Alexis Park Resort as I wanted something close to the strip without the casino atmosphere. I have managed to plan a wedding weekend.. including all my attire, rehersal and welcome dinner, and ceremony, cocktail hour, and sit down dinner/dance..all for under $7,500...

                I have done a ton of research and have some great deals... anyone that needs any suggestions or ideas.. I would be also happy to help..

                2 months to go!!!


                #9 amandalovesryan

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                  Posted 08 March 2008 - 07:20 AM

                  I love Vegas! I am jealous of you!
                  My favorite type of vacation, a relaxing one!

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                  #10 carmlv

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                    Posted 08 March 2008 - 01:52 PM

                    Hi,
                    Instead of a "rehersal dinner", we are having a catered dinner in our home. All of our guests are staying at the resort and most of them we haven't seen in awhile, haven't visited us or Vegas before, or haven't been outside of the strip.

                    All of our celebrations.. shower, ceremony, etc is planned for the resort so we decided to do a meet and greet for our OOT friends and family in our home. So they can relax and we will be able to really visit with them.

                    There are several places that we considered for a rehersal that I am very familiar with close to the strip and reasonably priced...

                    Landrys Seafood House
                    The Tillerman
                    Gordon Biersch

                    LOL.. now that I think about it.. 60 people in my home.. PHEW.. better get to cleaning...




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