These Las Vegas wedding venues offer a rustic feel and include barns, ranches and other venues with country and western charm. 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.]
Sam’s Town – Mystic Falls Park
This locals casino and hotel with a mildly kitschy Old West/stampede theme is about 20 minutes east of the Strip. It offers the standard range of somewhat drab hotel meeting rooms and function spaces, but what makes it really special is the 25,000 square foot atrium called Mystic Falls Park. It’s a toasty (nearly tropical, as in the winter when I visited) indoor setting with a lot of natural light and a patio that overlooks the half acre of waterfalls and trees of the park below from the second level. The overlook is available for ceremonies starting at $350 for up to 100 people.
Reception Options: Catering is done in house with pricing starting at $25+ for plated meals, $34+ for buffet style, minimum 50 guests. Cash or hosted bar available, with $250 minimum. There are restaurants on site, but they are mostly casual chains.
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Historic 5th Street School
The Historic 5th Street School originally opened in 1936 to service the booming population flocking to downtown Las Vegas. Now, the Mission-style building houses several local arts organizations, and it also serves as a venue for events, including weddings. The stucco, clay roof tiles and long low building with numerous arches ringing a courtyard make it a very picturesque and rustic spot, well-located to downtown hotels and amenities.
A variety of indoor and outdoor space is available including courtyards, an auditorium, gallery space and conference rooms. The adjacent 16,000 sq.ft. Centennial Plaza is also available for events. The auditorium hosts 240 banquet style, 400 reception for $2,250. The gallery hosts 160 banquet style, 200 reception for $1,000. The Frank Wright Memorial courtyard hosts up to 200 reception style for $750, with other courtyards for $250, and Centennial Plaza hosts up to 400 reception style for $1,000.
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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.
Dream of getting married on horseback in the desert, western style? Sagebrush Ranch offers packages for horseback weddings at sunset, including transportation to the ranch, a minister, flowers and a steak dinner reception including cake! Perfect for those seeking a little rustic charm. Additional guests can come along for the ride for $149.
Legends Ranch is just 10 minutes drive off the southern end of The Strip, but offers a world away from the hustle and bustle there. Huge trees, lush landscaping and all the barns and details that come with a real working horse ranch are at your finger tips. Rustic touches are found all over this property which offers some fantastic ambiance for a western themed wedding with a touch of glam. Outdoor spaces are available for ceremonies and receptions. Catering is provided by a set of preferred vendors, or through a vendor of your choice for an upcharge.
You may see Eldorado Canyon referred to as Eldorado Ghost Town or Nelson’s Landing, but the venue is the same. This unique cross between deserted desert town and quirky antique display is a perfect place for rustic weddings, about 45 minutes drive from The Strip. An amazing array of old buildings, barns and props like antique cars, rusted out buses, gas pumps and even a crashed plane (as seen in the movie 3000 Miles to Graceland) serve as amazing photo opportunities and a built-in vintage theme. It truly takes you back to the early days of the old West. If you host a wedding here, be prepared to supply many of your own services, including an officiant, catering and furniture. Some companies run mobile wedding ceremonies there. This is a wedding site best for elopements or small weddings with simple receptions, and for those with a sense of adventure.
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