Weddings with Fewer than 50 guests

These Las Vegas wedding venues are suitable for up to 50 guests, in indoor and outdoor settings. 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. Please 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]

Four Seasons – Ballrooms and Function Space

Four Seasons – Ballrooms and Function Space

Function rooms and ballrooms (more than 12 options over four different floors) at Four Seasons feature warm neutral colors with plantation shutters, vaulted ceilings and high tech audiovisual equipment. Many of the function rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows or even balconies.

Reception Options: Catering is done on-site (indeed, Four Seasons provides catering for a few choice Las Vegas venues) and offers a kosher kitchen.

See real weddings at Four Seasons featured on Little Vegas Wedding.

Cost:
Contact Venue for Details
Guests:
Up to 720 seated, smallest space seats 9
Four Seasons – Fountain Terrace

Four Seasons – Fountain Terrace

Dramatic for evenings, the Fountain Terrace is a lovely outdoor site backed by a picturesque waterfall and is surrounded by up-lit statues, seasonal flowers and lush greenery and trees. It’s available for both ceremonies and receptions.

Reception Options: Catering is done on-site (indeed, Four Seasons provides catering for a few choice Las Vegas venues) and offers a kosher kitchen.

See real weddings at Four Seasons Fountain Terrace featured on Little Vegas Wedding.

Cost:
$1850+
Guests:
Up to 220 reception style
Four Seasons – Pool

Four Seasons – Pool

The pool at Four Seasons is a private, tropical setting showcasing the relaxed sophistication of the property. The striking Mandalay Bay tower acts as a dramatic golden backdrop. This venue is only available in the evenings.

Reception Options: Catering is done on-site (indeed, Four Seasons provides catering for a few choice Las Vegas venues) and offers a kosher kitchen.

See real weddings at Four Seasons Pool featured on Little Vegas Wedding.

Cost:
Contact Venue for Details
Guests:
Up to 250
Aria – Chihuly Gallery

Aria – Chihuly Gallery

If you are a fan of glass artist Dale Chihuly’s colorful designs, you will be excited to learn that the Chihuly gallery at Aria offers space to host wedding ceremonies and receptions. Chihuly is probably best known for the glass sculpture on the lobby ceiling that stops visitors in their tracks next door at Bellagio, but his work also hangs in the chapel in Planet Hollywood.

You and up to 50 guests can experience the modern glass art worth millions of dollars alongside sculptures and prints during your wedding ceremony in the one-of-a-kind space on the ground floor just outside the main valet in the Gallery Row shops. Aria will also set up a long-table reception in the loft-like, somewhat industrial space.

Reception Options: Dinner at one of the 17 on-site restaurants, or reception add-ons to ceremony packages including a two-hour open bar cocktail reception with tray passed appetizers plus wedding cake at Deuce Lounge ($5000 for up to 29 guests, $9500 for up to 59 guests), Social House or in a suite.

Cost:
7500-11500+
Guests:
Up to 50
Aria – Fireside Lounge

Aria – Fireside Lounge

The Fireside Lounge is actually a location nestled inside Aria’s Spa and Salon. It’s a “feature that blends fire and water to create an ambient prelude or finale to the soothing treatments that lie within” which is marketing speak for: it’s a cozy space with a fireplace.

As a ceremony space the intimate Fireside Lounge is only available after 6pm and includes 50 Chiavari chairs, a pianist and aisle decor. As a reception space there is room for 60 at a small cocktail style party which Aria will help set up for you.

Reception Options: Dinner at one of the 17 on-site restaurants, or reception add-ons to ceremony packages including a two-hour open bar cocktail reception with tray passed appetizers plus wedding cake at Deuce Lounge ($5000 for up to 29 guests, $9500 for up to 59 guests), Social House or in a suite.

Cost:
$3000-3250
Guests:
Up to 50
Aria – Focus Waterwall

Aria – Focus Waterwall

Did you know the 270-foot-long 24-foot-high curved water wall feature beside Aria’s porte-cochère has a name? Well, it does: Focus. And you can get married next to this living piece of art as the calming, synchronized rhythm of water provides a magical setting for your nuptials. And don’t worry – the waterwall is just far enough away from passing cars you likely will not notice them. This is not a very private wedding spot, though, and there is standing room only.

Reception Options: Dinner at one of the 17 on-site restaurants, or reception add-ons to ceremony packages including a two-hour open bar cocktail reception with tray passed appetizers plus wedding cake at Deuce Lounge ($5000 for up to 29 guests, $9500 for up to 59 guests), Social House or in a suite.

See real weddings at Aria featured on Little Vegas Wedding.

Cost:
Contact Venue for Details
Guests:
Up to 10 Guests
Aria – The Wedding Chapel

Aria – The Wedding Chapel

Aria’s chapel opened in the spring of 2013 to much fanfare over its luxe decor and exclusivity. That is to say, there is just a single chapel and they only hold one wedding at a time. The 2,750 square foot chapel on the first floor of the convention center holds up to 60 guests. With an understated, modern design the color theme is chocolate and cream alongside rich purple draping and touches of metallic detailing throughout. There are good views from all of the seats in the chapel as it’s a sort of curved shape. Like many Vegas Strip hotel chapels, it is located in the convention center, however the trip to the chapel itself is quite nice – a rarity in many Strip hotels! It’s quite an impressive escalator ride down to the huge mahogany doors to the chapel itself, with a lot of greenery and glass.

One of the nicest perks of Aria’s chapel are the vanity areas for the bride and groom. Both offer extended space, with the groom’s side boasting a pool table and wet bar. Both of the spaces join the chapel, so there will be no hiding in hallways in case you do not want to see your partner ahead of the ceremony – again, something that commonly occurs in many hotel chapels.

Reception Options: Dinner at one of the 17 on-site restaurants, or reception add-ons to ceremony packages including a two-hour open bar cocktail reception with tray passed appetizers plus wedding cake at Deuce Lounge ($5000 for up to 29 guests, $9500 for up to 59 guests), Social House or in a suite.

Cost:
$1600-15500, Insuite from $2800
Guests:
Up to 60

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