How to Plan a Las Vegas Wedding in 2020
Thinking of eloping in Las Vegas or planning a destination wedding in Las Vegas? 2020 has been a crazy year with the breakout of COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean your wedding planning has to stop. Known for travel deals and affordable wedding packages, Las Vegas resorts and wedding chapels have been publishing amazing deals to save money now and enjoy later when everything returns to normal.
You may have heard about Southwest Airlines publishing low prices or top-rated Las Vegas Strip Resorts having rooms for as little as $50 per night, now is the time to grab those deals! Planning a wedding can be expensive, and by continuing to plan your Vegas wedding during quarantine, you will be able to save.
Las Vegas Wedding Deals
Chapel of the Flowers has been around for 60 years, and planning weddings for couples from around the world. Featuring 5 on-site wedding chapel locations and a full staff of wedding planners, florists, photographers, and minister, the Chapel offers a wide variety of wedding packages including some wedding specials.
For a Limited Time, you can SAVE UP TO 32% OFF these two Hotel Inclusive Wedding Packages (listed below)
Hotel Inclusive Packages
Wedding Planner Tip: Booking a wedding package that includes hotel stay for the couple will save you time and money. Planners can always help with hotel reservations for your wedding guests.
Traveling to Las Vegas
Las Vegas is slowly starting to re-open. Even though there are no set dates for the opening of resorts, shows, and restaurants; the Government has given hope that by Summer, the Strip could be somewhat normal (with CDC restrictions in place).
Travel Tip: Before you pick your travel and wedding date, think about how you will get to Las Vegas. If you are planning to fly, you should check the current travel restrictions for your state or country. If your current location has travel bans to Las Vegas, you may want to pick a date further out to make sure the ban has time to expire.
Las Vegas Hotel Deals
Resorts on the Las Vegas Strip are predicted to have incredible hotel rates for Summer and Fall 2020. Since all the Las Vegas Strip Resorts and Downtown Las Vegas hotels were forced to close their doors during the Coronavirus shut down, many hotels are discounting their rates. These rates won’t last long since prices are based on how many rooms are available.
Insider Tip: Book your rooms now for the future and double-check and make sure you understand postponement and cancellation policies for the website that you are making your reservation on. Depending on whether you are booking directly or through a third-party website, you may NOT get charged for your stay until closer to your arrival date.
Las Vegas Wedding Planning Tips
Many couples travel to Las Vegas every year and plan their weddings from afar. Wedding Planners in Vegas are used to planning weddings over email and phone, and sometimes don’t meet the couple in person until the day before the wedding. Many couples will download wedding checklists from Pinterest or hire a trusted local wedding planner to assist them.
Chapel of the Flowers includes wedding planners with every package to make planning a piece of cake. The experts at the Chapel have shared an easy 3 step checklist to do before arriving in Las Vegas for your special day.
Read your contract! Many people just sign away because they love a vendor or location, but the contract is there to protect your rights as well as the wedding vendor. It is very important to understand the services you are purchasing, additional fees not included, when your final payments are due, and cancellation/rescheduling policy.
How to Get a Marriage License in Las Vegas
On 4/27/2020, the Clark County Marriage License Bureau in Las Vegas re-opened its doors to allow couples to obtain their marriage licenses. Due to COVID-19, couples can no longer just show up their office and fill out the paperwork. Click here for instructions to apply for a marriage license.
As your wedding day approaches, you should follow-up with your vendors 45 days before your wedding date. In the wedding industry, a majority of vendors require final payment 30 days before. Following up a couple of weeks before will give you time to remove and add services.
Wedding Planning Tip: If you are thinking of postponing your wedding, you should contact vendors as soon as you can. Lots of wedding vendors will not allow refunds within 30 days, since they have to pay staff or their affiliates in advance for your scheduled wedding.
Planning a wedding in Las Vegas can be very easy. Chapel of the Flowers has been planning ceremonies and receptions for couples from around the world for 60 years. If you are interested in an all-inclusive wedding package, elopement, or vow renewal, please visit our website and chat with our reservation specialist today!