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]

Aria – Poolside

Aria – Poolside

The poolside verandah provides wonderful options for those seeking a tropical, outdoor venue. Lush gardens with the glow of the Strip lights and soaring architecture of the modern buildings at CityCenter makes for an enchanting feeling. Poolside weddings are only available after 8pm.

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:
$4500-5000
Guests:
Up to 150
Bellagio – South and East Wedding Chapels

Bellagio – South and East Wedding Chapels

Both of the chapels in Bellagio feature neutral tones of champagne, taupe, cream and brown. The details are quite pretty and intricate, including architectural sconces, hand-blown glass chandeliers crafted, lush drapes, and amethyst glass windows traced with gold leaf and Italian stained glass. There is traditional pew seating.

The south chapel holds 130 guests and the east just 30. No matter which chapel you choose, they only host one wedding at a time and they do not allow visitors during ceremonies.

Reception Options:  Reception packages are priced from $125+ per person for different combinations, including plated meals, buffets, hand passed canapés, action stations, and toasts. Luncheon receptions are an option, beginning at $82 per person. Hosted bars start at $25 per person per hour.

See real weddings at Bellagio featured on Little Vegas Wedding.

Cost:
$2000-25000
Guests:
Up to 130 (South Chapel); Up to 30 (East Chapel)
Bellagio – Terrazza di Sogno

Bellagio – Terrazza di Sogno

The Terrazza di Sogno wedding option is classic Las Vegas, taking place in front of the iconic fountains at Bellagio. You may invite a maximum of 34 guests to join you on an Italian balcony made of marble overlooking the blue water. 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 as you celebrate your new marriage. It is only available as an upgrade to the ceremony packages, for $2000. Sometimes, especially over Christmas, there is a discount on the package, so if you are flexible and really want this location, it’s worth watching for. For smaller weddings, the Fountain Courtyard offers a similar experience.

If you are interested in having a mobile ceremony service perform in front 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. Be warned that even the sidewalk in front of the fountains, right next to the street is NOT public property – Bellagio owns that sidewalk right to the curb, and they may ask you to leave if they see you holding your wedding there. Be ready for a little adventure!

Reception Options:  Reception packages are priced from $125+ per person for different combinations, including plated meals, buffets, hand passed canapés, action stations, and toasts. Luncheon receptions are an option, beginning at $82 per person. Hosted bars start at $25 per person per hour.

Cost:
$4000-27000
Guests:
Up to 34
Bellagio – Fountain Courtyard

Bellagio – Fountain Courtyard

The romantic courtyard at Bellagio is framed by stunning Tuscan landscaping, and is a very intimate space for a wedding, overlooking the Lago Di Como and fountains. It’s a good alternative to the Terrazza di Sogno wedding package and is more intimate, with space for just 10 standing guests.

Reception Options: Reception packages are priced from $125+ per person for different combinations, including plated meals, buffets, hand passed canapés, action stations, and toasts. Luncheon receptions are an option, beginning at $82 per person. Hosted bars start at $25 per person per hour.

Cost:
Contact Venue for Details
Guests:
Up to 10, Standing Only
Caesars Palace – Wedding Chapels

Caesars Palace – Wedding Chapels

The three chapels at Caesars Palace range in size in a Goldilocks-like manner. The mama bear being Classico with room for 196 guests, middle bear Tuscana featuring the decor of old world Tuscany hosting 80 and baby bear Romano just right for 35 with a Roman theme. Undoubtedly the enormous Classico is the showstopper here with a palette of of beige, light blue and cream, chandeliers, stained glass windows and a piano. In fact, it’s the largest hotel chapel on The Strip. Caesars Palace is a behemoth sprawling property, and even though I had been to the Augustus wing of the hotel many times (which is where the chapel lives) it can still be confusing to get there, so be sure to make sure your guests know where they are going.

There is mixed information on having outside photographers and other vendors. It’s a $200 fee for outside florals, and photographers may incur a $400 fee: depending on who you talk to. I got two different answers from two different people, Caesars Palace chapel staff stating it was not possible, but also a photographer who shot there telling me the fee was $400.

Reception Options: In-house receptions through the catering department are available for 20 guests and up. A number of restaurants on property are popular with couples for reception dinners including Serendipity 3, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Rao’s, Bradley Ogden, Mesa Grill and Bacchanal Buffet. In the attached Forum Shops restaurant options include: Cheesecake Factory, Joe’s Stonecrab, Spago, Max Brenner, Trevi and The Palm. Border Grill is set to open a second location sometime soon in the former PJ Clarke’s space. They already host receptions at their Mandalay Bay location, so this will be a good option.

Cost:
$850-4000
Guests:
Classico: Up to 196; Tuscana: Up to 80; Romano: Up to 35
Circus Circus – Chapel of the Fountain

Circus Circus – Chapel of the Fountain

Circus Circus’s recently refreshed chapel (named Chapel of the Fountain) is the longest running hotel chapel in town and has no clowns, carousels or circus memorabilia to speak of. In fact the space is quite understated and, dare I say it: classy. With simple ceremonies starting at $200, their great prices will stay within your budget. This unexpected gem may be the very place you have been looking for. Vow renewals and commitment ceremonies also available.

Receptions Options: In-house catering available for up to 600 people starting at $48 for dinner with an array of add-ons. Luncheon receptions also available.

Cost:
$200-1100
Guests:
Up to 50 in the chapel; Up to 600 for receptions
Cosmopolitan – Point Loma Ballroom

Cosmopolitan – Point Loma Ballroom

Point Loma is a style ballroom-style space with floor-to-ceiling windows boasting a view of the famed Bellagio fountains and the heart of Las Vegas Boulevard. The space hosts both ceremonies and receptions and features a classy palette of taupes and purples.

Reception Options: In-house catering for buffet and plated meals starts $105 per person. Bar packages start at $29 per person. Receptions can be arranged in one of the ballrooms or a suite. There are 13 restaurants plus a buffet, as well. Groups over 13 must go through group dining for reservations.

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