General Information: The Bellagio is the grand dame of center Strip classy hotels. With a romantic setting, classic European styling and service standards, this is a great choice for brides and grooms looking for a classic romantic wedding. The packages are laid out very clearly on the website, with all upgrades and pricing shown. Most are all inclusive, with very little left out.
There are two chapels, and then the fountain courtyard and terrazza for weddings overlooking the Lago di Como and fountain show. The south chapel holds 130 guests and the east just 30.
The Terrazza Di Sogno weddings have a maximum of 34 guests on the terrace overlooking the Bellagio fountains. You are allowed to choose one song for your kiss, and it will do its thing with the dancing water on the Lago di Como behind you. There is also an elopement package available for you and 8-10 guests for $1,500, on a balcony overlooking the lake and the fountain song is during your recessional.
If you are interested in having a mobile ceremony infront of the fountains on The Strip, you may like to see this rough schedule of Bellagio fountain songs, from January 2013. I’m not sure how often they change the order, but this is a good guide to know what songs are played, at least, if not when.
Spanish, German and French available. Jewish ceremonies and rabbis are also available.
Price Range: Wedding ceremonies are $1,500-$25,000. Commitment ceremonies are $1,500, $2,000 on Fridays. Vow renewal $1,500.
Packages Can Include: Many packages come with the ability to upgrade to the “Terrazza Di Sogno” package, which allows you to be wed on a balcony infront of the Bellagio fountains. The priciest package at $25,000 includes a hor d’oeuvres, cake and champagne reception for 30 guests, rehearsal, petal strewn aisle, a live harpist, bottle of Cristal, tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s O, three nights in a penthouse suite and dinner at Picasso or PRIME, among other things.
Outside Photographers Allowed: Not for ceremonies. Many of the packages come with strict limits on how many shots you get to have. Pay attention to the wording carefully.
Receptions: With a range of fine restaurants, the catering here will be quality. Many of the packages, except for the $25,000 one, do not include a reception.
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