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Thanks to movies such as "The Hangover," Las Vegas has a bit of a sleazy wedding reputation. However, that simply isn’t reality.

Las Vegas is home to some of the most amazing, luxurious weddings in the world. Hundreds of celebrities and top entrepreneurs tie the knot in Sin City each year. Valentine's Day is no exception!

In case you want to treat your special someone (and guests) to a luxury wedding without having to rob a bank, here are 7 spots you should consider.

Trump International Hotel

Get married at a hotel owned by The Donald? Why not!? Donald Trump’s famous Las Vegas hotel, Trump International Hotel, hosts some epic weddings. The hotel has 6 wedding facilities and many different expensive packages. Couples can choose from a lavish outdoor cocktail reception to a 64-story penthouse ceremony. They can handle intimate ceremonies and ceremonies involving hundreds of guests.

Caesars Palace

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One of Las Vegas’ most gorgeous themed hotel casinos – Caesars Palace – is home to a phenomenal wedding chapel. Caesars Palace asks couples why get married in a chapel when you can get married in a palace? Excellent point. You can have a dream wedding at Caesars. They customize packages to meet your needs and go the extra mile to ensure your special day is perfect. Packages range from $899-$4,099 and come with a personal dedicated wedding coordinator.

Planet Hollywood

Want to be a “star” in your next wedding? Okay, so the bride and groom are always the star in a wedding, but Planet Hollywood features an awesome themed wedding that will make couples feel like movie stars. Plus, if you get married at Planet Hollywood, you can say you were married in the same chapel as Elvis and Priscilla Presley (hotel was named Aladdin at the time). If you’re looking to star in your “happily ever after”, this is the place to get hitched.

Capella Di Amore Wedding Chapel

The Las Vegas Strip isn’t the only place in town for a luxury wedding. Lake Las Vegas is a gorgeous manmade lake about 20 minutes from the Strip. It is surrounded by fancy shops and hotels such as the Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa. At the Hilton, couples have access to 30,000 sq. ft of space indoors and outdoors to host a lavish wedding. The Grand Ballroom can accommodate up to 1,200 guests.

Chapel in the Clouds (Stratosphere)

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If you love heights, luxury, and love, Chapel in the Clouds at Stratosphere is a place you must consider. This chapel is situated about 800-feet above the Las Vegas Strip. The views are amazing and simply can’t be duplicated anywhere, considering Stratosphere is one of the highest points in the world and overlooks the entire Strip.

Chapel of the Flowers

Chapel of the Flowers is a Las Vegas icon. They’ve been doing the wedding thing for nearly 60 years. They provide everything from Limousine service to world-class photography, and so much more. Chapel of the Flowers features three stunning wedding chapels and a gorgeous outdoor gazebo. They offer a wide range of wedding packages, many of which are affordable to average customers.

Golden Nugget Wedding Chapel

Golden Nugget is a Fremont Street icon. The wedding chapel inside Golden Nugget is part of the reason. Weddings at Golden Nugget include a day filled with fun and relaxation. The day starts with a 3-hour manicure and pedicure for the bride, and concludes with a 50-minute couples massage. Of course, in between, you’ll get married in one of Las Vegas’ top wedding chapels.

Whether this is your first wedding, or you’re a habitual divorcee, Las Vegas is the spot to host a memorable wedding. The best part about Las Vegas wedding is there is something for everyone. You can get married by Elvis in a drive-thru wedding chapel. You can get married in a luxurious wedding chapel. Or, you can get married 800-feet above the Strip. Although every Vegas wedding is different, there is one constant – originality.

Jon Sofen
Jon Sofen is a freelance writer residing in Las Vegas. His areas of expertise range from sports and poker to travel and entertainment. His goal is to provide insightful commentary on his favorite activities in his favorite cities. Jon is an experienced Copywriter. You can visit his website at or follow him on Twitter.



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