Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas wedding Featured on Brides and weddings Blog in March 2017.
The couple fell in love in Las Vegas, so when it came the time to plan their wedding, Las Vegas was the obvious choice.
The bride is Vietnamese, so they planned a wedding that would celebrate both Eastern and Western traditions.
They started with a Vietnamese tea ceremony the day before their Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas wedding. The hotel's amazing service and breathtaking views of the city’s glittering lights and Mojave desert provided backdrop for their celebration.
The wedding color palette was shades of pink and gold.
The bridesmaids looked fabulous in pale pink, side slit dresses and the groomsmen looked handsome in grey suits with pale pink bowties.
The groom was wearing a Rat Pack inspired classic tuxedo, the perfect ensemble for a wedding in Vegas!
The bride was wearing three different dresses during the course of the wedding. Her first dress was a traditional princess style ball gown with an open V back, layered tulle skirt and lace brocade detailing. She was wearing this dress for the ceremony and first dance.
During dinner, before the couple went table to table thanking their guests for attending, she changed into a Vietnamese traditional long gown called an Áo dài. The bride's last dress of the evening was a long sleeved, lace, mermaid cut gown with sparkling crystal accents which allowed her to dance the night away with her groom and their guests.
Photographer: Images by EDI
Event Venue: Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
Event Planner: Semper Fi Events
Design and Decor: Jovani Linen and Events Design
Cinema and Video: Sean Chang Films
Location: 3752 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158.