Tuesday, August 20, 2013

4 Tips for Getting Married in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known for many things – luxury hotel casinos, world class entertainment and of course, the quickie wedding. The great thing about getting married in Vegas is all the great honeymoon options including the ones at http://thingstodo.expedia.com/las-vegas-nevada-activities/.However, you can’t have a honeymoon without a wedding. The following tips from Vegas.com will help you make the most of your Las Vegas wedding experience

1.       Get your marriage license pre-application online. While Las Vegas may be the world capital of spur-of-the moment weddings, reality is that you still need a marriage license to make your union legal and binding. However, the Marriage Bureau in Las Vegas is conveniently open from 8am to midnight, 365 days a year. You can also complete a marriage license pre-application online and take it with you to the express window at the Marriage Bureau.
2.       Choose your date carefully. Quickie weddings may be romantic but planning ahead of time does have its benefits. Many hotels and wedding chapels give discounts during their off season, so be sure to call ahead to find out when the lowest rates are offered. Avoid holidays as they tend to be quite popular and more expensive. It’s also a good idea to avoid a summer wedding as the temperatures soar well into the triple digits during the day and aren’t always much cooler at night.
3.       Consider a hotel chapel wedding. If you have guests coming in from out of town, a hotel will often offer room rate discounts to couples using their wedding chapel. Another advantage of getting married in a hotel chapel is that hotels usually offer wedding packages (complete with a wedding coordinator) and are staffed with every vendor you could possibly need from flowers, cake and music to dresses, tuxes and even rings. Most hotels also have a full range of salon and spa services so you’ll look and feel your best on your special day. 
4.       Take advantage of a buffet. Don’t want to use a caterer? Feed your guests with a buffet. Las Vegas is famous for its buffets and for good reason. There’s a wide variety of great food at extremely reasonable prices. Most hotel buffets provide private rooms for wedding parties and only charge for the number of guests who attend, which means you don’t get stuck paying for no-shows.

Most importantly, be creative. Anything goes in Las Vegas so if you want to be married among mobsters or have your ceremony performed by Elvis, your wish is granted!

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