SDSTEPH - Questions For You
Posted 19 July 2010 - 03:56 PM
I hope you don't mind me doing this. If you do, I'll ask a Mod to close this thread.
I just see that you've offered your Local Las Vegas insider info and I'd love to ask some questions that maybe other brides have. So instead of PMing you I'm making the thread hoping that other brides who may want a local's input would do the same.
Do you know of an inexpensive or off-strip spa location that I could go with my girls/mom(s) for some pre-wedding pampering? (even if it's just nails and waxing)
Thanks in advance!!!
Steph, again, if this is too much for you let me know either here or via PM and I'll have the thread removed.
Here's hoping you don't mind tho!!!
Posted 19 July 2010 - 07:21 PM
I have also heard that Y Me Nails & Spa is a fun place for that kind of stuff! It is really close to the strip too and has great prices !
There is also this website called 1/2 off las vegas and it has lots of great specials fo spas and mesages..you might find something fun on there!
LasVegasHalfOff: Las Vegas Half Off
Please feel free to ask any questions you have! I would be glad to help! Cheers
Posted 11 August 2010 - 04:32 PM
SDSTEPH - I've got more questions.
My dream of having an ensuite wedding is crushed due to the size of our group.
the only place that can accommodate us wont allow outside catering and costs too much for us.
What restaurants would you recommend I check out on the strip or nearby to it that can do a chill reception for possibly 50-60 people?
Thanks in advance for any ideas.
Posted 11 August 2010 - 07:31 PM
I love Fire Fly .....it is a great resturant and I have recomened it to a few other brides on here. I am not sure their group size but the food is amazing and the atmosphere is really cool.
Let me think about it more.
Posted 14 August 2010 - 02:05 PM
Fire fly is an amazing restaurant. Its tapas style and great for a group, but its sort of small, so I'm not sure it could accommodate 50-60 people. To be honest, there are countless restaurants in vegas, but I can't think of too many with private rooms to fit that many people. The Tommy Bahamas restaurant in Town Square has a nice size private section. Its in a great area and reasonable prices.
Posted 18 August 2010 - 06:25 AM
i'm getting married at mandalay bay in sept next year and have really struggled with reception ideas.i would of liked in suite but it was too expensive we also have children with us so i've been exhausting all options and at the minute maggianos is ranking very high with us it can also include an open bar if you wish and a private room i've read some very highly recomended reviews on it.
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