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#1 beck1727

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    Posted 14 December 2008 - 10:56 PM

    Looking at having a Vegas wedding, I've been there twice but never looked
    for a wedding site!! I dont want any cheesy wedding chapel-and looking to spend under $1k for the whole ceremony. I'm having about 15-20 people come and going somewhere on the strip for dinner. Looking for your classy suggestions!!

    #2 starchild

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      Posted 14 December 2008 - 11:05 PM

      I don't think you can get something classy at a hotel that's not in a chapel for under $1k, just being realistic. Maybe someone will prove me wrong. Are you opposed to being outdoors? Valley of Fire weddings are beautiful and you may be able to stay under $1k.

      Search the site, above right.

      #3 Jess

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        Posted 15 December 2008 - 07:04 PM

        Wynn over TI for sure -I think Caesar's has a nice Chapel

        #4 FoxyBride

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          Posted 15 December 2008 - 07:34 PM

          Check out the Flamingo. They have a lot of options under 1K, especially if you are doing a weekday. I think that is what we are leaning towards. My aunt attended a weeding at their garden chapel last year and said it was lovely. They also have their West Lawn for use or you can do it at the waterfalls poolside. Wedding Packages - Flamingo Las Vegas Weddings

          #5 michellepicksbrent

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            Posted 15 December 2008 - 11:06 PM

            The Wynn wedding packages start at around $1200. Mandalay Bay has a 9-9-9 promotion on for $999.00. Wedding packages start at $1,060 at Paris. Planet Hollywood has packages starting at $899.00. I've seen wedding pictures from the Gardens at Caesars Palace and the venue looks beautiful!

            Good luck!

            #6 2bebridejamaica

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              Posted 16 December 2008 - 12:01 AM

              I would say the Flamingo. I have been to a wedding out on the lawn with the gazebo.. it was gorgous. I worked with my GF trying to figure out which place it was going to be cuz we went site hunting. I will agree that Ceasers is really pretty too.. but something about the Flamingo won both of us over. It all just looked so natural and not placed like some of the other hotels we looked at. Depending on the time of year... things can be super reasonable and less than a grand could work. Check out the live streams that the Flamingo has on it's site.. you might have to dig, but you should be able to find every site they have on the property.

              #7 Jess

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                Posted 16 December 2008 - 04:54 PM

                yeah the Flamingo gardens are gorgeous - however if you want private don't have it there...this summer while at the Flamingo pool, we walked by 7 brides in gowns out in the gardens- not kidding, I counted

                #8 Susanandmo

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                  Posted 16 December 2008 - 09:00 PM

                  Hi!

                  I live in Vegas and I can most certainly help you with any questions you may have. If you are trying to decided between the TI & the Wynn, your best "bet" is to go with the Wynn.

                  At one point I was planninng on having our wedding here and I was planning on going with the THE wedding Chapel inside the Mandalay Bay as option one, the Chapel in the Green Valley Ranch Casino Green Valley Ranch Resort, Las Vegas (Nice place off the Strip and closer to the airport. about 10 min from the strip) as option two and Bellagio as option three. Bellagio is great, but pricey.

                  Please visit this website Las Vegas Bride and check under Chapels & Ceremonies. It provides locations on and off the strip. Please review and let me know if you have any questions.

                  Also, Green Valley Casino is part of 7 local station casinos. The other two nice ones are the Red Rock Station (is located in one of the nicer more affluent parts of Vegas) Red Rock Casino Resort Spa, Las Vegas and Aliante station (brand new opened last month and it's beautiful) Aliante Station Casino + Hotel, Las Vegas.

                  Most of the casino's off the strip offer shuttle service to the strip.

                  Ohh one more... a new casino/resort off the strip is scheduled to open early next year is the M resort M Resort.

                  Hope this helps!
                  Susana
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                  #9 Susanandmo

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                    Posted 17 December 2008 - 01:21 AM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by FoxyBride
                    Check out the Flamingo. They have a lot of options under 1K, especially if you are doing a weekday. I think that is what we are leaning towards. My aunt attended a weeding at their garden chapel last year and said it was lovely. They also have their West Lawn for use or you can do it at the waterfalls poolside. Wedding Packages - Flamingo Las Vegas Weddings
                    Hey FoxyBride are you going to the Bridal Expo on January 4th? Is going to be at the South Point....
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                    #10 BajaBride2010

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                      Posted 17 December 2008 - 04:19 AM

                      Thanks so much for the lasvegasbride.com website. I found one place of interest on there. Would anyone have any information or reviews for Emerald at Queensridge? Thanks in advance. Also, any advise on nice party suites under $1500




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