Teela and Robert hosted exchanged their vows backed by a panoramic view of the Strip from their MGM Grand Skyline Terrace Suite. With over 800-square-feet of patio space, it was more than spacious for their intimate guestlist of family and friends. Luxury details filled the suite, from the bride’s silver heels to the sophisticated wedding cake. Perfect for the modern space.
After getting emotional on the terrace, the party continued indoors with a chic cake and Champagne reception. They celebrated their marriage by sharing their first dance outdoors, the lights on the Strip flickering on hotel by hotel behind them.
VENDOR + VENUE DETAILS :
PHOTOGRAPHER . Taylored Photo Memories
CEREMONY + RECEPTION VENUE . Skyline Terrace Suite at MGM Grand
OFFICIANT . Peachy Keen Unions‘ Norma Rivera
Kimberly and Jamie hosted a small group of their closest friends and family for an intimate ceremony in a suite at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. Vows before Champagne and cupcakes and that view! While I am jealous of their fabulous wedding venue I have to say I’m even more jealous of Kimberly’s bridal shoe choice. Comfortable custom Chucks? Sign me up.
The next day the couple had a post-wedding shoot at The Neon Museum’s Boneyard. Perfect way to wind down after a hectic few days.
VENDOR + VENUE DETAILS :
PHOTOGRAPHER . Erik and Alicia Photography
CEREMONY + RECEPTION VENUE . Wraparound Terrace Suite at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
FLORAL . Anemone Paper Florist / CAKE . Freed’s Bakery
Today’s sassy couple is the first real wedding post of 2015, and it’s such a great one. For starters, it’s an in-suite wedding, held in a super-sized V Suite at the former THEHotel (which changed into Delano in September 2014).
Also Jessica, the bride, wore an incredible Victorian-style corseted gown with a victory roll hairstyle. Since both she and her husband are gamers, so there was a Portal and Mass Effect themed wedding cake and an amazing space-themed shirt for the groom, Michael. Their military wedding followed by cake and Champagne reception were casual and intimate, and brought all the best elements of family and love together.
WHY LAS VEGAS?
I was a Las Vegas local for nine years before I got married, and a lot of the dates that my groom and I went on happened while I was still living in Vegas. His grandparents live there as well, so it made it convenient for him to stop by and visit me (we had a long distance relationship). The location was convenient and definitely fit into our budget. Plus the city itself just has so much to offer in terms of venues, so why not get married in one of the wonderful resorts? We chose to get married at THEhotel at Mandalay Bay before it got replaced by the Delano. It was absolutely beautiful; the contemporary styling fit in with what we wanted in an in-suite wedding!
When Michael and I planned our wedding, we knew we wanted it to be something about us and let people know who we are. In fact, Offbeat Bride inspired me to go all out for my wedding and to know that it’s okay to go against the grain! Besides, Michael and I were not much for the Wedding Industrial Complex in the first place.