LAS VEGAS -The World's Wedding Destination




By Skye Huntington

Photo: Papillon Group Grand Canyon Wedding Wedding Package

Las Vegas is definitely known for offering some of the wildest, weirdest and most creative wedding services—
and one of the nicest things about getting married in Vegas is the variety of ways, venues and prices that are afforded here.  

You can get married in front of the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign, or spend as little as $75 to $199 to do a Drive-Thru nuptials in the world-famous “Tunnel of Love” at A Little White Wedding Chapel.  

For the daredevils out there, you can even get married on the “Big Apple” roller coaster at New York New York Hotel & Casino.  

If your dream wedding has been to tie the knot in Italy, but it’s just too expensive to fly the family overseas, you can say “I do” on a gondola at the Venetian.  

Las Vegas came in 2nd as the best cities to get married in. Orlando was #1 because they had the most bridal shops, flower shops and wedding facilities. But, talk about fun?! Vegas can beat out all the cities across the nation when it comes to fun!  

Don’t forget the honeymoon. Las Vegas has some of the most magnificent hotel suites in the world. Hotel concierges can help with romantic touches, like sending strawberries and whipped cream, champagne, or even rose petals to your room (we’ll stop you now before you even think about a tiger!) 

For those who are intrigued with movies like The Godfather and Goodfellas—The Mob Museum wants to make couples “an offer they can’t refuse.” This historic site offers couples a variety of mobster wedding ceremony and reception packages to “keep their friends close and their enemies closer…” From small to large, the fun, mobster-themed weddings are sized for your needs, like the unique “Sleeping With The Mob” celebration. This package makes a great bachelor/bachelorette party, or even a one-of-a-kind wedding ceremony: 20 people minimum for an evening of appetizers and cocktails with courtroom screening of your choice of mob movie, midnight scavenger hunt and a sleepover party in the courtroom with Continental breakfast in the morning and full access to The Mob Museum for all guests, plus a “lineup” photo opportunity (pictured) and two hours with a photographer. For a complete list of packages, visit:

Another way for couples to feel like they’ve stepped into a movie is at the world’s first wedding chapel inspired by The Hangover movie filmed in Vegas. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas offers “The Ultimate Hangover Experience” where couples can get married in the “Hangover” wedding chapel (pictured) and its display with wedding guests Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, and even a bathroom with a tiger (okay—so you can have a tiger!). For more information, visit:

Grand Canyon proposals and wedding ceremonies make for spectacular memories, breathtaking views and photography. Papillon (French for “butterfly”), the world’s largest and longest-running aviation tour company offers a Grand Canyon West Wedding Package (pictured) from Vegas for couples interested in exchanging vows in a natural wonder setting. This package takes all the work out of your hands by including limousine service from hotel and back, the minister, rose bouquets and even a six-inch wedding cake for the couple and their best man and bridesmaid. Check out their package at:

If you’re thinking majestic—there is the new IPEC Las Vegas, the city’s newest wedding and special events destination. For couples planning elegant weddings—whether small and intimate or elaborate for hundreds of guests. Ceremonies take place in the white and gold décor of IPEC’s 5,000-square-foot entryway with dual curving staircases. Larger receptions for up to 720 guests or 450 for a seated dinner can be accommodated in the 10,000-square-foot ballroom. IPEC is not a hotel, but offers its 49 guest rooms exclusively to clients who book the facility. One four-bedroom accommodation offers three baths, a living room, dining room and kitchen—perfect for a bridal suite. Catering offers customized food and beverage services 24 hours a day, including the rehearsal dinner, a five-course seated dinner and brunch the morning after. Located just 5 minutes from McCarran International Airport, IPEC’s event facility is right next to the Las Vegas Strip and all the entertainment Vegas has to offer. To view all the incredible packages, go to:

The big day has been planned—the invitations, the cake, the dress, the bachelor and bachelorette parties, yet sometimes tying the knot can even lead to a “bridezilla” moment or two, because planning a wedding can often just become too much for a beautiful bride and handsome groom to bear. The $60 billion wedding industry, with couples spending an average of $26,444 on their wedding, is reason enough to hire a professional event planner and spend some time finding the most wedding-friendly destinations.

The real cost of getting married starts with: $12,189. This is the national average amount a couple will spend for a wedding of 98 guests (excluding the venue, dress, and rings—not to mention the proposal, extreme bachelor and bachelorette parties, honeymoons and much, much more).  

But Las Vegas offers more for less according to the “2016 Wedding Trends Report” by

Nevada is one of the Top 5 Least Expensive States to Get Married.

#2 to be exact (with only $9,095 average cost). That’s only $31 more than first place which went to Missouri’s average cost of $9,031.  

The average marrying age is 33, and 75% of the couples are employed full-time. More brides are requesting glam hair and makeup, with false eyelashes. Videographers are seeing more requests for videos that incorporate personalized messages from guests. Even boudoir photography sessions of the bride-to-be posed in titillating bedroom shots dressed in seductive lingerie to capture the young bride’s (virginity?!) before the honeymoon night, are becoming popular, as a keepsake memory for the bride to give as a gift to her husband-to-be. 2016 brings about the trends that include extra spending on the reception. Couples are turning away from themed weddings, and instead focusing on the finer touches, like formal plated dinners that are 32% more popular this year, and 23% of couples request hors d’oeuvres before the formal dinner. Requests for bartenders are up 42%, and 90% plan on an open bar over a cash bar. 80% of couples want cakes that are taller than ever, but cupcakes are still around and candy buffets are taking off.

Suiting almost every need and desire, Las Vegas is an absolutely perfect place to get married. But couples should remember that it is the desert, and it can get really hot in the summer. If you want an outside wedding here, consider booking during the spring or fall or an evening affair with an incredible view of all the lights of the Strip.

201 Clark St. • Las Vegas, Nevada 
Hrs: 8am-Midnight, 365 Days a year
• Both parties must appear at the Marriage License Bureau
• Must Have: photo ID, proof of age, and know your S.S.#

Thumbtack is a service that hundreds of thousands of couples use each year to find professionals to help plan and throw the perfect wedding. Check out their 2016 Wedding Trends Report - the largest survey of U.S. couples getting married this year at:

SPORTS - Painted Desert Golf Club



By Jeff Alexander

Photo: The challenging 7th hole at Painted Desert Golf Club Golf

Every golfer, whether a hacker or a pro, has one club that he truly believes in; that he trusts to never let him down. This is the club that he always hits straight. Distance is not the factor, nor the important part; straight is the key. Well, if ever you’re gonna use that iron or wood, then Painted Desert is the place.  

Although I would rate this club high on my list of beautiful golf courses with exquisite views, it is also the tightest little baby you’ve ever met since your first sexual encounter as a teenager.

At Painted Desert Golf Club you’ll be treated to plush, rug-like fairways and greens that are mature and smooth, allowing each putt to roll true to your line. So getting from tee to green is a real pleasure as long as you do one thing right... HIT THE BALL STRAIGHT!! If you’re a slicer or hooker, you might make money on the Strip, but you’ll lose every cent in your pocket before you get to the 19th hole at Painted Desert. Take out that trusty five iron or rescue club, or whatever, sleep with it the night before and use it at this course! Every tee shot is a tight one.  

Houses and condos line the fairways of each and every hole and every slip of the swing can lead you to a penalty shot. The course is not long, but from the back tees it’s a little over 6700 yards of treacherous tee shots that are quite daunting, even to a scratch golfer, if he tends to spray the ball at all. It’s very negotiable and fun from the 6200 yard middle tees.

If you’re having one of those days when you’re hitting the ball crisp and straight, you can have a great day of golf and a lot of fun playing the middle or back tees. The par fives are just over 500 yards, so they’re reachable by us mere humans, at least in regulation, and you might even get a shot at an eagle. The par threes are tough, with water coming into play on two of them. Another is 229 yards from the back tees (196 from the middle) and can easily give you a nightmarish five, for a double bogey. A couple of long par fours are good skill challenges that you’ll be happy to par.

Although Painted Desert is technically a public course, the way it sits, surrounded by homes in a quiet private community, gives it the overall feel of a private country club. The clubhouse is very comfortable, with a sumptuous feel and impressive stone wall fireplace. The staff is very accommodating and the price is reasonable. The beautiful facilities make for an incredible spot for private special events and wedding receptions with both indoor and outdoor al fresco dining. Painted Desert is easily accessible, located in northwest corner of the Valley—just off Highway 95 at Ann Road. It’s a course well-worth playing—especially if you hit it straight that day! 

Painted Desert Golf Club 5555 Painted Mirage Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89149
702-645-2570 •

The Girlfriend Experience



GFE is indisputably the most popular offering in this current age of Escorting.

It dates back to the late eighties and early nineties—inspiring the 2009 Steven Soderbergh call-girl film (and upcoming Starz television series) The Girlfriend Experience. The premium channel’s 13-episode “The Girlfriend Experience”, which debuted April 10th, further develops the original premise of a young attorney in training who leads a double-life as a high-end sex worker. Playing the lead character of young escort Christine for the new Starz series, (originally played by Sasha Grey in Soderbergh’s film) is 26-year-old actress, Riley Keough, daughter of Lisa Marie Presley and eldest grandchild of Elvis and Priscilla. 
“ The GFE party is everything you desire in a relationship, without the everyday hassles a relationship requires, ” 

—said Brittney Ryder, a busty blonde paid paramour from Sheri’s Ranch in Pahrump.  “It’s all the bonuses of a girlfriend; it’s the good times and none of the bad times.”

Many men are now looking for a more meaningful connection, as “these days, exchanges that used to require direct human contact are often reduced to dispassionate emails and emoticons,” adding that “maybe these poor excuses for connecting have us longing for something more substantial.”

Sheri’s entertainer, Allissa, concurs: “Personally, I prefer being able to fulfill the role as your girlfriend rather than offering straight sex, getting the chance to know you and sharing more of myself. The time spent building this connection leads to an amazing sexual euphoria shared by both.”

“I get to know you as an individual, and I get to soothe any worry you have and create a space where the troubles of the world don’t exist,” said Terra. “We’re focused on the now, and the time we have together... it’s simply the best experience I have to offer, as well as the best experience for myself to enjoy, as well.”
The GFE is big business—just take a look at People are craving the Girlfriend Experience more and more, and they’re hiring girls offering the service again and again, and again and again.

SPORTS - Siena Golf Club + FootGolf


By Jeff Alexander

Superbly manicured, immense greens and close-cropped, verdant fairways are just a few of the phrases that come to mind after experiencing an enjoyable round of golf at Siena. It’s simply an exceptional course that is a short drive for visiting golfers staying on the Strip, and centrally located for Las Vegas residents.

As is the case with most of the public courses in Vegas, Siena is really a country club available for open play. The buildings housing the restaurant, pro shop and party facilities are very plush, large and beautiful. The staff is proficient and professional in all aspects; endeavoring to make your day of golf exciting and pleasurable.  

Although Siena is not a really long course (6843 yards from the way-back tees) it is, like many of our Vegas courses, tight, thereby necessitating accurate tee shots, (more on that aspect later). From the black tees, the course plays to 6538 yards, but the Siena course is a bit deceptive. Three of the par fours are over four-hundred yards from the black, with three others well over 380 yards. So although distance off the tee is not imperative, it sure helps to be long and accurate on those six par fours. Two par fives are rated as one and two in handicap difficulty, but I found a couple of the par fours harder to score on. 

Many of Siena’s greens are elevated and the whole course is undulating, with many fairways somewhat hilly and rolling. The greens themselves are huge and three-putts are a definite possibility on most of them if you hit the green away from the pin. But the greens are well-maintained, will hold your approach shot, and roll very well.

After many years of golfing, I’ve had some thoughts on golfing in the East and Midwest states versus golfing here in the Las Vegas Valley. Basically, it boils down to this: you must be straighter off the tee here in Vegas than you need to be on most courses in other parts of the country, where you can spray the ball right or left and still have a decent shot. You may be in 2 or 3 inch rough that will make the shot more difficult, but here, if you spray, you land in rocks and desert landscaping that is almost impossible to hit from. Other parts of the country have the luxury of water supplies enabling unlimited grass—we don’t have that luxury here. Here you have three choices: take a penalty for an unplayable lie, ruin a club, or if your group is playing casually, return your ball to the green grass with no penalty.

Many of my golf course reviews describe the courses as having “tight” fairways. They are “tight” in that you must be accurate or suffer the consequences of hitting from some pretty inhospitable lies. Siena is no exception; be accurate, be safe, be happy!

As you play Siena, the beautiful Spring Mountains form a backdrop that is breathtaking. The homes that encircle each hole are all ranches, so there’s nothing impairing the views from the course. The serenity of Siena is palpable, and it is a course that is just far enough out to be an oasis of quietude and beauty.

Siena Golf Club is located at 10575 Siena Monte Ave. (just off Town Center Rd.) Las Vegas, NV 89135 702-341-9200 • 

The unique blend of golf and soccer has combined into a fun, new sport: FootGolf. 

The game is played with a with a regulation size #5 soccer ball on a golf course with 21-inch diameter holes. The rules largely correspond to the rules of golf, but in general, played without a referee. Retaining the gentlemanly sport qualities of golf, FootGolf players are expected to dress in proper attire (pictured) and maintain disciplined manner and good sportsmanship, no matter how competitive one may be. This is the spirit of the FootGolf game.

FootGolf tee times are offered at Siena Golf Club, from 3 hours prior to dark (year round), takes about 2 hours can be booked 3 days in advance. Sun-Thur: 3-hours prior to dark. Fri-Sat: based on availability. Adult 9 holes with cart will cost you $25, plus a $5 ball rental. To book your FootGolf times, call the Golf Shop at 702-341-9200.

T-Mobile Arena + The Park - Sports, Music and More


By Skye Huntington


Amazing music acts; thrilling sporting events—UFC, boxing, hockey, basketball, bull riding, high-profile award shows, and special events are all on the menu for the new 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena, which opens this month on the Las Vegas Strip. The $375 million venue is located west of the Las Vegas Strip between New York-New York and Monte Carlo, and is expected to host more than 100 events annually. Mike Sievert, CEO of T-Mobile says: “We’re going to light up Las Vegas in magenta and it will set a new standard for what entertainment means in the city that does it best.”  

T-Mobile Arena will feature 50 luxury suites, (42 have already been sold), 24 private loge boxes, and two large clubs that require a $3,500 to $5,000 membership. Seating capacity varies according to the event, with boxing seating 20,000 plus, and concerts accomodating 12,000 to 19,600.

Regional chef for Levy Restaurants, Gilbert Verdugo, will be the exclusive food and beverage provider for the arena and he has come up with many exciting ideas. Of course, there will be concession stands with the usual hamburgers, hot dogs, tacos and pretzels. For a pop concert, which tends to attract young adults, Verdugo says that many of the offerings would be health-oriented, and more portables will be used because of the popularity of the food truck in that demographic. For a country concert, the specialty no doubt would be barbecue. “What’s going to be really cool about this is we’ll have the ability to smoke our own meats,” Verdugo said. “We’ll have our own signature flavor profile, our own sauces and rubs.” Another something a little special that he has in works that no other venue has is healthy Hawaiian food. “We have a poke bar that will be stocked with tuna and salmon, plus a variety of toppings, including cucumber, Asian pear, mango, papaya and sauces. You can make it sweet or spicy,” Verdugo added. Global restaurant chain, Shake Shack, and local family-run pizza joint from Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine, Pizza Forté, will also have outlets at the arena.

Tony Abou-Ganim, known for his craft cocktails as the “Modern Mixologist,” and one of the pioneers and leading bar professionals in the world, will be creating new drinks for the arena. Of course there’s beer, Rum Punch, and Scratch Margaritas, but there will also be six lounges, each with a different concept and libations menu. The Patrón Event Lounge will be exclusive to the event level, but the others are available to all customers. The Optimum Lounge focuses on whiskey, and will have a “Tony Original.” On the concourse level will be Vegas by Day, sponsored by Jack Daniel’s, and Vegas By Night, sponsored by Anheuser-Busch. Neon Alley, which Tony calls “a celebration of Las Vegas,” will have an electric pink lemonade in a magenta hue, the color of T-Mobile. Tony has also created the arena’s signature drink: the magenta “Atomic Fizz.” And at the Goose Island Bar, “ice chefs will carve ice for the drinks while you watch.”


A tree-filled park on Las Vegas Boulevard will draw visitors walking along the Strip to a large plaza in front of the T-Mobile arena. Focusing on outdoor spaces and offering an authentic oasis to sit and relax, patrons will eat and be entertained in MGM Resorts immersive park that leads to the arena.  

Using more than 1,000 tons of meta-quartzite stone from a local quarry, shade sculptures are being erected, some 50 to 75 feet high, to offer coverage from the summer heat. Meta-quartzite, formed during the Jurassic Period, introduces the colors of Red Rock Canyon and Valley of Fire, while absorbing and dissipating heat, making it cool to the touch, which makes it an ideal stone for outdoor spaces in hot climates. The centerpiece is going to be a double 8-foot high, 100-foot long “water wall.”  

Besides all the locals, some of the 42 million visitors to Vegas each year will be able to enjoy the shade and beauty beneath mature trees and discover spontaneous live entertainers, such as acoustic guitarists and street performers. At sunset the whole park will be illuminated with LED sequences, while the sounds of music will give guests an entirely new way to experience Vegas beneath the stars.  

A 40-foot-tall sculpture called “Bliss Dance,” a beautiful art piece of a dancing woman, created by artist Marco Cochrane, will also be a highlight in the park. Created originally for the 2010 Burning Man event in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, the artist explains: “It is a powerful statement about respect for female strength, energy and self-confidence when women are free and safe.” He hopes to inspire viewers to take an active role in ending violence to women and making room for women’s voices. Weighing more than 7,500 pounds, it will glimmer under the sun by day and be beautifully illuminated by 3,000 colored LED lights by night.  

“Bliss Dance” Photo: Sonny Abesamis -

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