Vegas Wedding: Why do it & Which wedding package is best for you

Happy couple at Vegas wedding
March 28, 2018

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Vegas Wedding on the cards?

Considering tying the knot in Sin City? Well, you’re definitely not alone. The number of Brits who have booked a Vegas wedding on AttractionTix has doubled over the last year!

But why is getting married in Vegas such a hit? Here are the 3 main reasons:

No hassle!

Planning your own wedding sounds like a great idea…until you actually start doing it. Any bride who’s attempted the mammoth task of organizing the biggest day of her life knows that a mental break-down is almost a given at one point or another.

Picking the right venue, drafting the guest list, designing the invites and sorting out the decoration…There’s so much to do and time’s never enough! Not to mention the added stress of family and friends expressing their opinions rather explicitly.

Luckily, none of this is a factor in Vegas Weddings! All you have to do is book a wedding package that you like and turn up on the day. Easy!

It’s cheap!

Possibly the most horrifying thing about weddings is the cost. Sitting on the floor in tears in front of a notebook full of calculations, ending with a 4-digit sum is an experience shared by too many brides-to-be.

If you’re getting married in Vegas, however, you won’t have to spend more than a £1000 on the whole thing! You can get Vegas wedding packages for as little as £143.

Plenty of Choice

Paying less and saving hours of planning time doesn’t mean you can’t get your personal touches. Quite the opposite actually!

Vegas weddings vary from traditional chapel ceremonies, to outrageous Elvis parties, to adventurous I dos on-board a helicopter. And if you really, really desire something crazy – like an Elvis minister at a nudist party, all you have to do is call and your wildest fantasies will turn into reality.

Wondering what kind of Vegas wedding would fit YOUR special day? Take this quiz and find out! 

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Dela Lozanova

Aspired to become a sword-wielding, horse-riding warrior but ended up being a travelling word sorceress instead...