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Every Monday this year we are highlighting a unique Vegas wedding venue in the Ultimate Vegas Wedding Guide! Today is the first of the country club and golf course wedding venues, Canyon Gate Country Club.
Canyon Gate Country Club
2001 Canyon Gate Drive, Las Vegas | 702.363.4650
Capacity: Up to 200 | Indoor + Outdoor Sites Available | Hosts: Ceremonies + Receptions
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Just the Deets
The elegant, modern and comfortable Canyon Gate Country Club is approximately 20 minutes drive off Strip. It’s an immaculately landscaped golf course with fantastic water features and vistas featuring the fiery Red Rock Mountain range.
Canyon Gate Country Club offers all-inclusive packages for ceremonies and receptions, with three sites as options including the greens, an uncovered patio and the ballroom. Included are a variety of items such as ceremony chairs, linens, dance floor and champagne toasts. They are able to host weddings for up to 200 people, but also offer options for smaller, more intimate weddings of 20-50 guests. On site staff and event planners are available to coordinated all the details.
Poolside, Patio, Lakeview Room and the Ballroom are available for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Canyon Gate is also a perfect location for bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, bachelor or bachelorette golf tours and other assorted wedding events.
What is really unique here are the fantastic array of upgrades and enhancements to customize your day, from decor and hospitality to food and beverage. Ice sculptures, trendy food action stations like slider or gelato bars, lounge furniture, draping, bistro or uplighting even horse and carriages are available for nominal charges. Even a replica Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign is available to welcome your wedding guests to Canyon Gate. It is also one of the few venues that will arrange for reception fireworks over the 18th hole as well.
Ceremony options vary widely at Canyon Gate
Venue fees vary from $2000-3500 for the ceremony, depending on number of guests and location. All catering (aside from specialty menus such as halal or kosher) is done in house, with buffet and plated meals available along with cocktail hour options from $60-77 per person. $25-55 per person for open bar packages.
As Canyon Gate dedicates itself to just one wedding a day, they do tend to be popular and book out quite far in advance.
Couples on a budget may consider an early afternoon wedding and reception, with options available from $45 per person for catering. The event must conclude by 2:30pm.
Real Weddings at Canyon Gate Country Club
Searching for the perfect venue for your Las Vegas wedding? Be sure to check out the other posts in the Ultimate Vegas Wedding Venue series, or peruse the Vegas Wedding Venue Directory!
Unless otherwise stated, photos courtesy: Canyon Gate Country Club
Welcome to Throwback Thursday, when we delve into the archives of Las Vegas photographers, wedding vendors and wedding planner blogs to reveal awesome weddings you may have missed. Today’s weddings keep with Super Sparkle Week and feature glittery gowns, shimmery tablescapes, shiny details and sparkling exits.
Luckily, in a town world renowned for its glitter and sparkle, sparkling wedding style is very easy to pull off in Las Vegas. Why not use that theme to play up at your wedding?
Also set up your own sparkling wedding getaway and be sure to enter Super Sparkle Week’s contest for over $200 worth of sparklers sponsored by VIP Sparklers. The contest ends Sunday, so enter now!
And a special subsection for sparkling getaways – these couples all escaped from their wedding receptions into the night under a canopy of sparklers. A totally gorgeous (and photogenic) way to have your guests say goodbye!
Richard and Michel were wed at an evening wedding ceremony at the vibrant Canyon Gate Country Club, photographed by Nancy Easton at Easton Studios. (Love her ring shots!) Using deep red and purple colors, the wedding featured a romantic French masquerade theme with masks and fleur de lis details all coordinated by Distinctive Celebrations.
A special wedding guest led the bride and groom down the aisle – and what a beautiful canine guest he was! Michel and Richard were then wed under a red canopy on the balcony alongside the lake at Canyon Gate, and then the party got started as the new husband and wife made their entrance into the ballroom wearing their masks. Guests enjoyed a rose and rhinestone decorated cake from Cravin’ Cakes Bakery and music from a DJ from Knight Sounds.
Later in the evening, the couple then made their romantic getaway through a tunnel of handheld sparklers and into an incredible classic car. Is it a Ford? I kind of looks like it might be!
Congratulations, Richard and Michel!
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What a beautiful dog, and what a beautiful tuxedo for him!
Vendor & Venue Goodness:
Wedding Ceremony & Reception Venue: Canyon Gate Country Club / Photographer: Easton Studios LV / Wedding Planner + Coordination: Distinctive Celebrations / Groom’s Suit: Bowties Bridal & Tuxedos / Hair + Makeup: Stevee Danielle Hair and Makeup / Bridal Shoes: Steven Madden / Floral: Wild Orchids Florist and Events / Cake: Cravin Cakes Bakery / Celebrant: Elegant Vegas Weddings / DJ & Music: Knight Sounds Entertainment
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This wedding is so meticulously styled I thought it was just that – a styled photo shoot. However, not only was this wedding beautifully done – it was almost all DIY!
Jen Ramos (the designer and blogger behind MadeByGirl - you really need to check out her work!) was behind the decisions made. Everything – from the menus to tablescapes, cakes to flowers – was conceived, executed and made by the bride, groom or someone they knew. This made an incredibly personal wedding day assembled by loved ones that was also budget friendly. By keeping the projects made by hand when possible and the guest list small (30 guests attended) the couple were able to focus on details that really mattered, and enjoying the wedding day!
Keeping with white and crisp apple green, the entire wedding has an exceedingly modern, clean look. The contrasting textures of the wheatgrass and manzanita and varied heights make for a gorgeous tablescape, don’t they?
Anyhow enough chatter – check out Mat and Jen’s winter Canyon Gate Country Club wedding, below, photographed by Yvonne Wong.
The wheatgrass was from Whole Foods, the roses from an online flower source, along with the manzanita branch centrepieces. All of it was put together by the groom, who used to work in a floral shop. Amazing!
The menus were customized from a template, and the little leaf place markers were again done by the groom and his friend.
A custom latte template? Yup, they got that covered.
My favorite was the dessert table – it was so stunning and full of little surprises and treats.
The LOVE plates (bought online) were filled with chocolate dipped strawberries!
The cake(s) were done by the groom’s mother were coconut and fondant, with the mini ones being vanilla-chocolate swirl.
What a gorgeous day full of personal touches and details! Thank and congratulations, Mat and Jen!
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Vendor & Venue Goodness:
Wedding + Reception Venue: Canyon Gate Country Club / Photographer: Yvonne Wong / Wedding Dress: Calvin Klein / Hair clip: Feather and Frills / Makeup: Corinna Cooke / Floral: DIY (Whole Foods, Cool River Farms) and manzanitas from Blooms and Branches / Cake: by the groom’s mother / Stationery: Bride / LOVE Plates: Wedding Star / Custom Chocolates: American Bridal / Menus: Martha Stewart / Ring Cushion: Anna Whitford
Today’s incredible Tiffany blue and ruby red wedding has me smiling. Not just because of the colors. Or the amazing cake. Or the details in the food and stationery (although all those things come into play!)
It’s mostly because of the familial love you can see in every single one of the photos from Malisa and Jerami’s wedding. As you look through the photos you can hear the clinking of glasses, the buzz of conversation, the “awwww” as the flower girl walks down the aisle and the applause at the first kiss…and the great dancing music that went on into the night.
The event took place at Canyon Gate Country Club (outdoors and in the ballroom) in the spring. Malisa decided on Canyon Gate after looking at several other venues on a scouting trip to Vegas. Also in the running? Emerald at Queensridge, Westin Las Vegas, and Angel Park Golf Club. I think one of the most amazing things is that it was mostly a destination wedding, and was planned and executed by the bride and her team of helpers. That’s right – this wedding was not done with the assistance of a planner.
Malisa, our enterprising bride writes:
I did not use a wedding planner. I’m a pretty extreme Type A so planning a wedding is right up my alley. I designed and printed all of my wedding stationery, including the escort cards.
Wow. Consider that as you feast your eyes on this gorgeous wedding below, with images from Joey Allen Photography.
The bride, Malisa wrote a little about her wedding:
I think we had several reasons for choosing Vegas. We love Vegas and so do our friends and family. Vegas is pretty easy to get to for many of our guests. Accommodations are usually reasonably priced. Many of our guests get comped at many of the Vegas hotel/casinos. We initially planned a large wedding just like my brother’s wedding the year before.
The thought of a large wedding gave me panic attacks. We looked at venues in Denver and San Diego and those that held 500+ guests all required too much compromising. We then decided to consider Vegas. We flew out to Vegas and visited 11 venues in three days. We selected the last venue we visited (Canyon Gate.) Our was not a typical Vegas wedding. Our venue and many of our vendors were booked a year in advance.
Tip: Don’t expect everything to be 100% perfect even if you’ve spent countless hours planning for every emergency. Planning a wedding is a lesson on compromise for the perfectionist. At one point, I sat down and pulled out a notepad and pen from my purse (and yes I stashed my purse under the head table) and started a list and at the top of the list I wrote: “Things that went wrong!!!” My dear sister and maid of honor said maybe we should start a list of “Things that went right.” The ironic thing was that I could only come up with three items on the list and it turns out, one of the items I listed had to be crossed off because it did not go wrong after all. I guess another tip is be nice to your vendors. They can make or break your day. If they go above and beyond your expectations, tip them well.
Great advice! All that’s left to share is the the vendor list, which makes my heart go pitter patter. Malisa’s a girl after my own heart with her attention to detail.
What a fabulous wedding – thank you for sharing!
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Wedding + Reception Venue: Canyon Gate Country Club / Photographer: Joey Allen Photography / Photobooth: Shutterbooth / Transport: Hummer from Earth Limos / Wedding Dress: Vera Wang “Ethel” and Melissa Sweet “Gigi” / Rehearsal dinner dress: Monique Lhuillier for Nordstrom / Veil and comb: Sara Gabriel Veils and Headpieces / Jewelry: JC Penney & The Limited / Bride’s Shoes: Hangisi “Something Blue” by Manolo Blahnik, Enzo Angiolini (don’t remember the style name), and Charles by Charles David / Hair and Makeup: Whitney Larios from Desert Glamour / Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Alfred Sung / Menswear: Vera Wang Black for Men’s Wearhouse and Calvin Klein at Men’s Wearhouse/ Floral: Enchanted Florist / Catering: Canyon Gate Country Club / Cake: Las Vegas Custom Cakes / Stationery: By the bride / Celebrant: Doug Loman / Entertainment: DJ Patrick from Music Solution / Favors: Patisserie Manon / Accommodation: Vdara and Stratosphere