Venue Fees and Packages Costing $501-1,000

These Las Vegas wedding venues are available for between $501 to $1,000 – which at this price point does not typically including catering. Please remember that all information is accurate as of publishing, but be sure to contact the venue for the latest pricing, package options and policies. Contact me at kelly AT littlevegaswedding DOT com if you have any questions, comments or corrections on any of the listings. [Return to the main directory]

Tahiti Village – Skyview 510

Tahiti Village – Skyview 510

Say “I do” in this spacious 10th floor room with two outdoor balconies and room for 100 guests. Breathtaking sunsets and expansive vistas of the Vegas valley and nearby Strip from large windows make a memorable setting for your wedding day.

Tahiti Village is a timeshare property further south on Las Vegas Boulevard. It has a tropical theme including a large pool area, and surprisingly, a wide variety of wedding venues available, indoors and out. They allow outside photographers and you do not have to own a timeshare or stay at the venue to hold your wedding there.

Reception Options: Buffet and plated style dinners are available, with options for fewer than 25 guests. Keeping with the tropical theme, they even have a Luau option with Polynesian treats. Bar options are also available.

For more information and photos, visit the venue spotlight on Tahiti Village.

Cost:
$2300+
Guests:
Up to 100
Hartland Mansion

Hartland Mansion

The historic Hartland Mansion was built in the 1940s in downtown Las Vegas, originally two separate homes. Renovations, fires and many decades of history have seen the home become a spot for events and weddings, capturing the classic feel of old Las Vegas. Black and white checkerboard floors, 32 chandeliers and grand staircases and foyers await. It’s hosted many events through the years for celebrities and dignitaries, and movies, music videos and TV shows have been filmed here. Both ceremonies only or just receptions can be hosted here.

Wedding packages are all-inclusive with food and beverage starting at $5950.

Cost:
Ceremonies from $350-550, Reception packages start at $5950
Guests:
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Texas Station

Texas Station

Texas Station has a dedicated wedding chapel (rare for off Strip properties) and ballrooms available for wedding ceremonies and receptions. The Jasmine and Magnolia chapels feature a Victorian theme, each hosting up to 100 guests, or linking together to host 200 guests. Bridal and groom suites are available.

The Dallas Ballroom can host a sit-down dinner for up to 1,100 guests without dancing, and up to 800 guests with dancing. The built-in stage accommodates a 20-piece orchestra or a tiered head table for up to 50 guests. The Houston Ballroom hosts up to 200 guests, breaking out into three individual rooms accommodating up to 60 guests each for a sit down dinner, and up to 80 guests for a stand-up cocktail reception. Buffet and Plated dinner reception packages available.

Cost:
Ceremonies: $325-800
Guests:
Up to 1100 (Chapel holds 200 guests maximum)
Plaza Hotel and Casino

Plaza Hotel and Casino

The Plaza is a historic hotel located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, and offers wedding chapel ceremonies as well as sunset ceremonies on their rooftop, alongside the pool, for a $200 upgrade. The most interesting package (Mobster Ceremony) might appeal to Vegas afficiandos, as you are married by the former mayor of Las Vegas, Mayor Goodman, complete with his signature martini toast.

Receptions can be hosted in-house in the Triple Crown Ballroom, The Turf Club, Jockey Rooms, pool desk or at Oscar’s Steakhouse, the restaurant.

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Cost:
Ceremonies $399-3000
Guests:
Up to 200
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

One of the most classic “Vegas” spots is, of course, the sign welcoming you to fabulous Las Vegas. This iconic sign Las Vegas Boulevard was built in 1959, and in recent years has had a parking lot added to accommodate the ever-growing masses of people who wish to get their photos taken there. It is also possible to have a wedding ceremony there, if you don’t mind an audience and you contact one of the many mobile wedding companies in the Vegas area. City Wedding Tours,  Las Vegas Luv Bug and Las Vegas Wedding Wagon are some options. It’s best to keep your wedding party small, but this is a great budget choice or fun idea for a vow renewal.

One of the coolest things about the sign is that they sell the bulbs from it, making it a great memento of your wedding day or perfect anniversary gift!

Cost:
$99-1099
Guests:
Up to 10
Tuscany Suites and Casino

Tuscany Suites and Casino

Tuscany Suites & Casino is an all-suites property just off Strip with 27 acres of lush landscape, pools, and fountains. The property has a chapel with Tuscan-style decor and a fresco ceiling for wedding ceremonies.

Ballrooms host more traditional wedding receptions. Catering minimums are $25 for lunch, $35 for dinner. A private dining room with a can host 80 guests, for $250, serving menus from the Mexican restaurant or casual cafe from $12.95 per person. Tuscany Gardens restaurant is also available for buyouts with menus from $35-55 per person.
Cost:
Reception Room Fee $250+, Catering minimums $35 per person
Guests:
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Alexis Park Resort

Alexis Park Resort

Alexis Park Resort is a property slightly off Strip. Several locations for wedding ceremonies are available, including a Wedding Gazebo surrounded by lush trees, beautiful landscaping and whimsical lights and a the Parthenon Rooftop Terrace with a view of The Strip. For receptions, ballrooms, poolside and the rooftop terrace areas are available. Reception catering available for plated and buffet meals from $55-70+.

Cost:
Ceremony $250-2000, Catering from $55 per person
Guests:
Up to 520

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