Create your dream destination wedding in Las Vegas

When most people think of destination weddings, they think of all-inclusive beachfront resorts in Mexico or on a Caribbean island. Others think of extravagant ceremonies in the French countryside or small gatherings in a charming European village.

However, with travel restrictions constantly evolving over the past couple of years and almost no end in sight, these remote locations may not be achievable for all couples.


However, not all destination weddings need to take place outside the country. Couples have a lot of great options for a get-together here in the United States. One of those places is Las Vegas, Nevada.

Not only is Las Vegas convenient to get to, many wedding guests are already familiar with the destination, which means less stress all around. The city also enjoys a pleasant climate all year round and plenty of entertainment for everyone to enjoy.

MGM Resorts International offers a plethora of options for planning a Las Vegas wedding. The Resort Collection has space for all types and sizes of groups.

Grand Patio at the Bellagio Las Vegas. (photo via MGM Resorts International)

For example, the Bellagio Las Vegas has several large ballrooms that can accommodate over 1,000 people, so couples don’t have to leave anyone off the guest list. The property also has intimate spaces, such as the Grand Patio, ideal for small receptions. Guests can enjoy stunning views of the pools and courtyards while taking in an outdoor ambience.

The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino also offers several different options for ceremonies and receptions. Couples can choose to get married in a traditional chapel or choose an outdoor location on a real sandy beach. For a truly unique occasion, couples can even say “yes” in the Shark Reef Aquarium surrounded by underwater guests – a moment friends and family will not soon forget.

Park MGM Las Vegas allows weddings of up to 100 guests to occupy the pool area for ceremonies after 8:00 p.m.

The MGM Resorts International wedding team are ready to help the bride and groom with anything they could need to create the wedding of their dreams.

To learn more about planning a destination wedding in Las Vegas, contact a travel counselor or email [email protected]

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