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Las Vegas Wedding September 9, 2009

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In Vegas any dates with triple digits are popular. I suggest booking as early as possible. I was part of the 7/7/7 madness! Can't say for sure that your date will be like that, but things filled up quickly. People were pretty much herded like cattle! Ceremonies are cut shorter than they already are, and not much time is allowed for photos.

The chapels and the casinos are the worst! Try to find a more private venue if possible. I've been based out of Vegas for the past 3 years and have pretty much seen it all!

 

Good Luck!

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I was married on 8-8-08 in vegas. We used Las Vegas Weddings | Las Vegas Strip | Scenic Weddings in Las Vegas | Las Vegas Wedding Chapel

 

They do have a chapel-but IMO, it was cheesy and i wanted vegas-but "classy". We were married outdorrs in the garden area of Bally's. It took like 3 minutes, LOL. We did pics at bellagio ( stayed there) and at the LV sign. We had a dinner ( 18 people) at Firefly ( off the strip) amazing restaurant! They had a package and we got unlimited food. We ordered their signature drinks-sangria and mojitos! man we had such a blast! Pics were good, we were rushed but I was told it would be tight-whole thing, ceremony and pics, less than 2 hours. We got our own limo and did everything like that on our own.

 

The guests loved it-they got to go to vegas and do their own thing-and we all met for the wedding and fun stuff together-like dinner the night before and brunch at bellagio the next morning. OMG I loved it soooooooooo much!!! GL!

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Hi! I am also getting married in Las Vegas in September. Not on the 9th though. We chose the 5th! We are getting married in the Venus Gardens at Caesars Palace and then having our reception at Maggianos. We checked out the Gigi room at Joes and totally fell in love with it but it was booked for our day! The room at Maggianos is really nice too but just holds less people.

 

So far my planning has been so easy. Everyone who I have dealt with has been amazing and incredibly helpful! I am so happy we chose to have a destination wedding and not get married at home. It has been way less work and way less stress so far!!

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