Venue Fees and Packages Costing $1,501-$5,000

These Las Vegas wedding venue fees and package options fall into the range of $1,500 to $5,000 – which may or may not include catering costs. 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]

Venetian + Palazzo – Garden Romance

Venetian + Palazzo – Garden Romance

More intimate than other garden weddings at Venetian and Palazzo, the Garden Romance wedding package is suitable for a maximum of 10 guests, who stand during the ceremony. However, just like the other outdoor wedding venues at Venetian and Palazzo, it features old world Italian charm and design in the terraces and courtyards accented with fountains, hedges and sculptures dotted between pools. The website does not do the best job of featuring the locations and options (watch this video for a good tour instead.)

Reception Options: In-house catering begins at $76 per person, hosted bars from at $31 per person. Popular on-site restaurant options include Canaletto, Bouchon, Carnevino, CUT, Delmonico and Grand Lux Cafe.

Venetian + Palazzo – Wedding Chapel Terrace

Venetian + Palazzo – Wedding Chapel Terrace

This terrace just off the chapels at Venetian hold a maximum of 50 guests. Like the other outdoor wedding venues at Venetian and Palazzo, it features old world Italian charm and design in the terraces and courtyards accented with fountains, hedges and sculptures dotted between pools.

Reception Options: In-house catering begins at $76 per person, hosted bars from at $31 per person. Popular on-site restaurant options include Canaletto, Bouchon, Carnevino, CUT, Delmonico and Grand Lux Cafe.

Venetian + Palazzo – Bridge of Love

Venetian + Palazzo – Bridge of Love

The Bridge of Love is a grand architectural feature inside the Shoppes at Venetian in the replica of Venice’s St. Mark’s Square, spanning the Grand Canal. The ceremony is very public, and has space for 20 guests who must stand during the ceremony. The Venetian website does not do the best job of featuring photos of the various locations and options (watch this video for a good tour), but there are some very lovely indoor and outdoor options.

Reception Options: In-house catering begins at $76 per person, hosted bars from at $31 per person. Popular on-site restaurant options include Canaletto, Bouchon, Carnevino, CUT, Delmonico and Grand Lux Cafe.

Venetian + Palazzo – Atrium Waterfall

Venetian + Palazzo – Atrium Waterfall

Not for the bashful or shy, this wedding ceremony takes place in the upscale shopping center attached to Palazzo and Venetian called Shoppes at the Palazzo. There is a beautiful, large atrium there with a tall two-story waterfall and preset decor that changes with the seasons. January and February celebrates Chinese New Year, March through May is an ode to spring, June and July offer a patriotic theme, July and August are summer, September through November are autumn harvest and December is a Christmas/winter display. The Venetian website does not do the best job of featuring photos of the various locations and options (watch this video for a good tour), but there are some very lovely indoor and outdoor options, many of which are quite public, so be warned if you are a private couple.

Reception Options: In-house catering begins at $76 per person, hosted bars from at $31 per person. Popular on-site restaurant options include Canaletto, Bouchon, Carnevino, CUT, Delmonico and Grand Lux Cafe.

High Roller Ferris Wheel Weddings

High Roller Ferris Wheel Weddings

The 550-foot High Roller Ferris wheel is garnering attention up and down The Strip. This oversized observation wheel towering over the hotels is (currently) the largest in the world, and a rotation take 30 minutes to complete. Each pod will hold up to 40 people. It is located just behind Quad, off The LINQ shopping arcade.

“Official” wedding packages are priced between $2045 and $6270, depending on how many rotations you would like and what add-ons you get, including photography, flowers, wedding suites at Flamingo and more. The wedding takes place in a private cabin. Like many weddings at Caesars properties, there will likely be an opportunity to bring in your own photographer for a fee. You could also go your own way and get a mobile wedding company to marry you.

Reception Options: A number of restaurants on-site in The LINQ and in nearby hotels might be suitable for a casual reception afterwards.

Cost:
$2045-6270+
Guests:
No capacity yet, but each cabin holds 40 people
Paris Las Vegas – Chapels

Paris Las Vegas – Chapels

Chapelle du Paradis (up to 90 guests) and Chapelle du Jardin (up to 30 guests) are the two wedding chapel options at Paris Las Vegas.

Cost:
$650-8500
Guests:
Up to 90
Paris Las Vegas – Eiffel Tower

Paris Las Vegas – Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas is an engineering wonder, built from Gustave Eiffel’s original plans, at one-half scale. It’s the most recognizable icon of the City of Light, re-created here in the City of Lights. You’ll be on top of the world as you say “I do” at a height of 460 feet above the famed Las Vegas Strip, with a view nearly as heart-stopping as the person with whom you’ll be tying the knot. You and your guests will thrill to a dazzling, 360-degree look at the city’s renowned landmarks for an unmatched matrimonial experience. Ceremonies may host up to 12 guests standing room only, and only at 9:30am daily (except for with the Diamond package.)

Reception Options: Mon Ami Gabi at the base of the Eiffel Tower and the Eiffel Tower Restaurant both offer reception dinner packages.

See real weddings at the Eiffel Tower featured on Little Vegas Wedding.

Cost:
$1500-5500
Guests:
Up to 12

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