San Francisco, California (PRWEB) April 28, 2011
While London is busy vacuuming the streets and polishing the carriages in preparation for Friday’s Royal Wedding, Las Vegas is camera-ready for prospective brides and grooms every day of the year. Viator.com, the leading resource for researching and booking nearly 9,000 trip activities and experiences at the best prices, has a selection of wedding packages in the marriage capital of the world sure to please every happy couple and come in well under the estimated $34 million price tag expected for William and Kate’s nuptials!.
The Grand (Canyon) Affair
As a helicopter pilot himself, Prince William might have enjoyed the Ultimate Grand Canyon Helicopter Wedding. Complete with a scenic round-trip flight from Las Vegas to the Valley of Fire State Park, the services of a minister and professional photographer, flowers, a wedding cake and picnic lunch, this luxurious and exhilarating wedding experience will be a history-making event for every couple that experiences it.
A Wedding Fit for a King
The royal family would have felt right at home with an Elvis Wedding at Graceland Wedding Chapel. In a chapel that has stood in Las Vegas since before Elvis and Priscilla exchanged their wedding vows in 1967, the King himself will walk the bride down the aisle, give her away, and serenade the loving couple before, during and after their civil or religious ceremony.
The Modern-day Carriage – a Stretch Limo
After a quick stop at the courthouse, the Valley of Fire Wedding by Private Limousine delivers the love-birds in style to the Valley of Fire for a beautiful outdoor ceremony set amidst the red rock formations formed thousands of years ago, and comes with an optional DVD to commemorate the ceremony, as well as options for stops on the Vegas Strip for amazingly unique wedding photos.
No Wedding Coordinator Necessary
For the ultimate in convenience and savings, the World Famous Drive-up Wedding in Las Vegas enables couples to get hitched in less time than it will take Kate to walk down the aisle at Westminster Abbey. The package comes complete with 12 professional portraits and the option to upgrade to a chauffeur-driven limo with photo stops along the Strip.
If a wedding isn’t in the cards any time soon, Viator.com offers more than 100 unforgettable experiences in and around Las Vegas including Grand Canyon excursions, sky diving and ATV desert adventures and tickets to some of the hottest shows on the Strip.
Travelers should visit the Viator Travel Blog (travelblog.viator.com) as well as Twitter (ViatorTravel) and Facebook (ViatorTours) for the latest Viator deals, promotions and news.
Viator is the world's leading resource for travel experiences, providing access to nearly 9,000 tours, attractions and activities in 750-plus destinations in more than 150 countries. Viator - the Latin word for traveler - offers travelers a one-stop shop to plan, research and book trip activities with helpful resources like more than 260,000 traveler reviews and photos, star ratings, suggested itineraries and the Viator Travel Blog. Viator's in-house travel experts have picked respected and trusted local operators to ensure a quality experience, value and service, all backed by Viator's low-price guarantee. Founded in 1995, Viator sells its products directly to consumers at http://www.viator.com and through its global network of nearly 2,000 active affiliates that include major hotel and airline companies, online travel agencies, city-specific sites and more. Through its collection of company operated and affiliated sites, including seven European-language sites and a Japanese site, Viator welcomes over 3 million visitors per month. Viator is headquartered in San Francisco with regional offices in Sydney, London and Las Vegas.
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