After the Wedding
Just because you’re having a destination wedding doesn’t mean that you can’t celebrate afterward. In most cases, hotel wedding packages only include a champagne toast, so you may be on your own to plan the post-ceremony festivities. If it’s just the two of you, consider splurging for an once-in-a-lifetime meal at one of Vegas’ many five-star restaurants. Make a reservation well in advance and be sure to mention that you’re celebrating your wedding. If you have guests – consider inviting friends and family for a few fun-filled days in Vegas – make a reservation at a nice restaurant, or consider reserving a private room to celebrate together. Most hotels and restaurants have function coordinators that will work with you to plan an amazing party that your guests won’t soon forget. A Las Vegas wedding doesn’t have to be a tacky affair complete with Elvis, fake flowers and a recorded wedding march. Do some research, plan in advance and you can have an elegant wedding that gets your marriage off to a romantic and even sophisticated start.
This article was written by Erica Gustafson who is a freelance media consultant for the Shoal Bay Resort. Erica was born in the United States but currently lives in South Australia. She enjoys traveling the world and writing about her experiences.