Do All Las Vegas Wedding's Have To Be Tacky?

 


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Let’s face it. Most people think Las Vegas wedding is a synonym of tackiness. But in reality, it couldn’t be further from the truth.

To prove my point, I’d like to talk about one of the lesser known Las Vegas wedding “packages” you can have.

The kind of package I’m talking about is the “outdoor” package. These wedding packages allow you to get married in some of the most beautiful places in the world.

One Las Vegas outdoor wedding location you must consider is the Valley of Fire. In case you’re not familiar with the Valley of Fire, let me clue you in.

The Valley of Fire is a beautiful and haunting area in Overton, Nevada. It’s made of eroded sandstone, and sand dunes which are very old. We’re talking over 150 million years old. There’s also a lot of red limestone, which is how it got its name.

Now unless you bring an Elvis impersonator with you to this location, there’s no way a wedding set here can be tacky. In my opinion anyway.

Another popular outdoor Vegas wedding is the “Mt. Charleston package”. This wedding would take place on the mountain, at up to 8,000 foot high. As you can probably guess, this would provide you with some amazing views. You can even have a professional quality DVD filmed of your wedding, so you can capture the experience forever.

Maybe some people would think a wedding on Mt. Charleston is tacky, but personally, I think it would be incredible. It’s also much cooler (around 30 degrees usually) than getting married in Vegas.

Mt Charleston is one of the one breathtakingly beautiful places in Las Vegas, if not the entire world. Where better to get married?

Another outdoor package wedding you could choose is the “grand canyon helicopter wedding. ” This wedding would take place inside a helicopter flying over the grand canyon. Now maybe this could be a little tacky, but it certainly sounds a lot more interesting than the traditional white wedding!

So in conclusion, I’d just like to say that not all Las Vegas weddings have to be tacky. There’s also lots of other options which can turn out to be the most fun and exciting wedding you could ever imagine.

I hope this will give you some food for thought when considering what type of wedding you’d like to have.

Marilyn Taylor is the owner of the Las Vegas Wedding Blog, where she talks about various aspects of having a Las Vegas wedding. To find out more about Las Vegas wedding, including information on Las Vegas wedding chapel 's, be sure to visit her blog.

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