Bride and groom with a few (millions) extra dollars in their budget can now opt for an ultra lavish wedding weekend with the new $ 5 million package from Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas.
The luxury hotel brand has created a grand wedding package ahead of Las Vegas’ 5 millionth wedding, she said in a press release Monday. It’s perfect for the couple who wants the ultimate party without too much planning responsibility.
The package packs a punch. For the price, the Three Night Wedding Weekend redeems the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas and hosts the celebration for up to 300 guests by acclaimed wedding planner Andrea Eppolito.
The festivities begin with a private round-trip jet to Las Vegas for the couple and their motorcade, as described in the package. From there, the wedding can be arranged to the liking of the couple. A sample itinerary includes a welcome reception in the 23rd floor Sky Lobby on day one, a day of pool party and use of a private spa on day two, wedding ceremony, reception and the after party with a view of the Strip on the third day and a farewell brunch the next morning at one of the resort’s restaurants, cooked by a famous chef.
The happy couple are guaranteed to use the Presidential Suites and can shop dozens of luxury brands for a weekend of wardrobe shopping in The Shops at Crystals, depending on the package. Wedding rings from the boutique’s high-end jewelers, including Harry Winston, Tiffany & Co. and Cartier, are also included, according to the hotel.
The benefits don’t end when the rice is thrown away. The package includes a seven-night honeymoon at any other Waldorf Astoria in the world for the couple, via first class flights. Some of the other Waldorf locations include Los Cabos, the Maldives, and Rome.
And when the first year of marriage has passed, the couple can celebrate once again with an anniversary celebration where it all began, at the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas.
Interested couples can contact the hotel by email at [email protected]
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