For couples getting married in Las Vegas, what a better way to exemplify your Sin City wedding ceremony than with Las Vegas wedding theme ideas like invitations? Not only wedding invitations, but all stationery. Because Las Vegas is an entertainment mecca of the world and considered an adult fantasy land, everyone wishes to have a Las Vegas themed wedding. This can be accomplished through decor choices with the Las Vegas theme.
Las Vegas Wedding Theme Ideas
Wedding themes are first expressed in save-the-date cards and then in wedding invitations. Guest will know what to expect with a Las Vegas themed wedding invitation. Will the bride and groom be married or witnessed by Elvis? Party favors could include pairs of dice and poker chips. Music entertainment could include songs from Elvis, Wayne Newton and the Rat Pack. The food would be the classic $1.99 Vegas buffet. Showgirls greeting guests into the reception venue.
A decor choice would be table numbers. Table numbers help guests find which selected table to sit at designated by the bride and groom. If only table numbers are used, guests at the table can still decide who to sit next to at the table.
Once the wedding is complete, brides can showcase their Las Vegas theme with specialty thank you cards. Thank you cards should be sent as soon as gifts start arriving. This will help with the burden of writing so many thank you cards and also remember the little details of each gift. All thank you cards should be sent no later than six weeks after the wedding.
Las Vegas themed weddings can also be emphasized with hand written letters in Las Vegas stationery. The stationery can be used to write personal notes to the bride and groom during the wedding reception. It can also be used to write letters to family and friends celebrating anniversaries.
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