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The Craziest, Most Unique Vegas Wedding Venues

Last updated: May 9, 2018 at 2:53 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Weddings, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on The Craziest, Most Unique Vegas Wedding Venues.

Getting married in Las Vegas? Las Vegas weddings are a big deal. So big that more than 80,000 people got married here last year, according to Clark County Clerk statistics. Lots of people opt for a traditional wedding chapel ceremony when they come to Vegas, but if you’re looking to tie the knot in a more unconventional way, we’ve got some ideas for you.

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KISS By Monster Mini Golf at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas Rock & Roll Wedding at The Rio

If you want your wedding to rock – and we mean really rock – look no further than KISS By Monster Mini Golf, which is home to the Love It Loud Rock & Roll Wedding Chapel.

Your wedding will be like the concert event of the year. Plan a ceremony here and you’ll have a “tour manager” on site to help you with the all details. Your guests will receive wedding invitations that look like concert tickets and instead of rose petals strewn around, it’ll be guitar picks.

You’ll feel like the rock stars you are when you’re married on a stage full of speakers and lights. Sure, you can be married by a traditional minister, but if you’re getting married here we don’t think that you’re very traditional. You’ll want to choose a rock star minister like one of the members of KISS, Angus Young, Alice Cooper or Slash to help you make your vows.

High Roller weddings at The LINQ Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas Wedding with a view on the High Roller

You should feel like your floating on air when you get married, right? A wedding on the High Roller can help you do that. Literally. The 550-foot High Roller is the tallest observation wheel in the world so it’s definitely a one-of-a-kind setting with views that will make for awesome wedding photos.

The cabins can accommodate up to 25 people during wedding ceremonies and you’ll be able to celebrate through two revolutions of the wheel. The packages feature flowers, music and photography as well as special touches like champagne and chocolate covered strawberries. You can even be married by an Elvis minister if you want.

Fools Rush In Elvis Ceremony at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Las Vegas Wedding with Elvis

Speaking of Elvis, he and Priscilla Presley got married at this property when it was the Aladdin hotel in 1967 so it’s only fitting that Planet Hollywood offers an Elvis-themed wedding ceremony.

Couples who are fans of the King will have a meet and greet with Elvis before the ceremony and he’ll serenade them with three songs of their choice. There will also be plenty of photo opps with Elvis after the wedding. What could be more Vegas than that?

The ceremony takes place in The Chapel at Planet Hollywood, which seats up to 65 guests and features a stunning glass art piece by renowned artist Dale Chihuly.

We suggest you follow up with the hotel’s Honeymoon in Vegas package, which includes a three-night suite stay, breakfast in bed, a bottle of champagne, spa credit and more.

Eiffel Tower Observation Deck weddings at Paris Las Vegas

 Eiffel Tower Las Vegas Wedding at the Paris

They don’t call Paris the City of Love for nothing. It’s incredibly romantic and so is Vegas’ version. You can tie the knot in a traditional chapel at the hotel, but since the Eiffel Tower is the iconic symbol of Paris, we suggest a ceremony on the observation deck.

The 460-foot-high Paris Las Vegas Eiffel Tower is a half-scale replica of the original. The observation deck at the top offers 360-degree views of Las Vegas, which makes a stunning backdrop for a wedding.

You can also get married in the private room at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, which sits 110 feet above the Strip and has floor-to-ceiling windows. Celebrate with champagne and a gourmet French meal afterwards.

Poolside at Flamingo Las Vegas

Las Vegas Wedding at the Flamingo Pool

Maybe the weather doesn’t always cooperate in your part of the country, but in Vegas an outdoor ceremony is possible pretty much any time of year. We might be in the middle of the desert but judging by the Flamingo’s lush pool and gardens area you’d never know it. The waterfalls, palm trees and pools make it the perfect setting for a wedding.

Choose from a variety of venues including an ivy-covered gazebo, a poolside ceremony and several waterfall backdrops. The Crescendo pool is especially scenic with its three-tier waterfall. The bride enters the ceremony through the waterfall (without getting wet, of course) and walks around the pool toward the guests.

Another cool feature at the Flamingo is that you can honor your wedding (or any special occasion) with a commemorative brick that becomes a permanent part of the garden area. You can add three lines of engraving such as your names and wedding date and you can revisit it any time. Sounds like a good excuse to come back to Vegas on your anniversary.

Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace Penthouse Weddings & Sake Toast Ceremony

Las Vegas Wedding in a hotel suite at Caesars Palace

Nobu Hotel is a boutique property so it’s no surprise that it’s home to a ceremony that’s unlike anything else.

Nobu offers weddings that include a San-San Ku Do sake and toast ceremony. The sharing of sake is one of the oldest traditional Japanese wedding customs dating back to the 8th century and it symbolizes a formal bond between the bride and groom. The bride and groom drink from a miniature sake set with three flat cups escalating in size. Starting with the smallest of the three cups, the groom takes three sips and then the bride. They proceed to the middle size and then to the large. At the conclusion of the ceremony, both families drink a cup of sake to signify unity.

The sake ceremony is available as part of any Nobu wedding, which can take place in a chapel, garden or in a Nobu Penthouse. If you go for the penthouse you won’t be disappointed. The room ranges from 2,200 – 4,350 square feet and has features like a curved staircase, a second-story terrace, a stone hearth wall, billiard table and a separate dining area. Bonus: Choose to have your wedding here and you get to stay in this amazing pad for one night.

REAL BODIES at Bally’s Las Vegas

‘Til death do us part' Las Vegas Wedding at Bally's

This wedding takes ‘til death do us part to a whole new level. You can get married in an ossuary-style chapel (that means it’s filled with skulls and bones) at the REAL BODIES exhibit at Bally’s. The exhibit uses real human specimens to show the inner workings of the body.

Wedding packages include a floral credit, photographer, ceremony DVD and a maximum of 20 guests.

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Have a question about getting married in Las Vegas? Check out our Las Vegas wedding FAQ’s and our highly skilled wedding coordinators are happy to answer any of your questions.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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