Now you’ve decided you want to get married in Las Vegas, it’s time to choose the right Las Vegas hotel wedding chapel. With so many chapels available, you’re spoilt for choice.
So which one do you choose? Location. Do you want to get married in a Strip hotel, off-Strip hotel or downtown? Where is your favorite location in Las Vegas?
For a lot of people, it’s the Strip, as this is where most of the fancy hotel casinos are located and it’s not that hard to visit most of the hotels via walkways, trolleys, bus or even old fashioned walking. Trust your instincts.
If one wedding chapel appeals to you more than the others you’re viewing, put that one at the top of your list. If you have a good feeling about a particular chapel, then you’re on the right track. Thoroughly research each Las Vegas hotel wedding chapel you’re considering. Make sure the venue you choose has all the amenities you need. You don’t want to be disappointed on your wedding day.
How big will your wedding be? Choose the venue that fits the size of your wedding party. For example, if your wedding party will consist of ten people, you wouldn’t want to hire a 200 person chapel. Make sure you know exactly how many people will be attending at your wedding before you book the chapel.
Cost. A small, intimate wedding will generally cost less than a big, fancy wedding. How much money do you want to spend? Will you be happy with a smaller, less expensive wedding or do you want to go the whole hog and invite practically the whole world? Reception. Do you want to find a venue that also includes a reception after the ceremony, or would you rather hold the reception/wedding meal somewhere else?
There are so many places to choose from in Las Vegas that it can be hard to decide what to do. If you’re having a small wedding you could have the ceremony in a Las Vegas hotel wedding chapel and then go on to a fancy restaurant for the wedding meal. The restaurant may even be in the same hotel. Wedding Cake. Don’t forget to organize the wedding cake! Some chapels may be able to organize this for you. Don’t forget this detail when planning your wedding.
Transportation. Make sure you know how to get to the wedding chapel from your Las Vegas accommodation before your big day if you’re staying somewhere else. Are you going to rent a car to get there or go by taxi or limousine? You don’t want to arrive late to the chapel on your wedding day or get stressed about not being able to find the way to the wedding chapel.
By now you’ve probably thought of some questions of your own. Great! Just be sure to plan properly and you should have a great wedding. Viva Las Vegas!