Incredibly Unique Date in Fabulous Las Vegas
Las Vegas elopement and micro-weddings expert and owner of Cactus Collective Weddings, McKenzi Taylor, is offering dream-like Spring-themed pop up wedding ceremonies to a handful of local couples.
For a one-of-a-kind springtime wedding experience follow Cactus Collective Weddings through the garden gate to Crimson in Bloom, a limited time, indoor floral installation.
When: April 3, 2021 (4, 3, 2, 1) with consecutive 30-minute ceremonies held between 9am and 1pm
Where: Red Rock Casino and Resort, Las Vegas’ Crimson in Bloom floral installation
What: Las Vegas-area couples are invited to marry on one of the most memorable dates of the year, with venue, officiant and wedding photography included courtesy of McKenzi Taylor and Cactus Collective Weddings
It’s everything couples need for a stylish Spring elopement
Cactus Collective Weddings (CCW) delivers stress-free Las Vegas elopements for adventurous couples. They search out unique, offbeat venues and remote exotic locations with romantic ceremony essentials at affordable prices. Perfect for couples looking for a chic, memorable, never-to-be repeated wedding experience, the Crimson in Bloom Pop Up Spring Wedding Event offers elegance at affordable pricing that CCW has never before offered.
For the first time ever, Las Vegas-area couples can now book the full-force of the CCW team for under $500.
Couples will get…
The Venue: Crimson in Bloom
Transformed by thousands of spring-flowers, the terrace lounge and bar at Red Rock Resort has become a beautiful indoor-outdoor garden complete with stylish fairy tale wedding vibes.
With a Peachy Keen officiant leading your service you’re guaranteed a warm, welcoming, forward-thinking minister who always finds the right words.
By Cactus Collective Weddings
Relax and enjoy your special day, confident that your photographer is capturing every moment. Get 30-minutes of photography, including candid ceremony shots and styled poses.
The only bits of planning couples need to do ahead of their 4-3-21 wedding:
1. Get your marriage license
For your wedding to be legal and recognized you need a marriage license authorized by the Clark County, Nevada Marriage License Bureau.
Tip: There’s never been a better time to get married in Vegas. While other states are experiencing delays on processing marriage licenses, or closing to applications completely, Clark County is still open for business and providing same day licenses.
2. Secure your spot
The venue’s installation pop up is available from 9am to 1pm for one day only, April 3, 2021. Each service and photoshoot is 30-minutes in length. Couples should book early to avoid missing out and to secure a ceremony time. Times are allocated on a first-in, best-dressed policy.
For more information on Cactus Collective Weddings’ limited time Crimson in Bloom indoor floral installation pop up wedding opportunity for local couples, to interview CCW owner, McKenzi Taylor, and for high resolution images, please reach out.