$749 total (7 days/wk)
~ This will be our 19th year performing Valley of Fire Weddings
~ Our Valley of Fire VIP Wedding Package is unmatched! No Hidden Fees and the most Digital Photos taken as possible
~ We encourage guests to take Video and Photos with their SmartPhone
~ You must obtain your Marriage License here in Las Vegas prior to your wedding
~ Our Officiant will sign it and file the papers for you.
~ Deluxe Hand Tied 12 Rose (color of your choice) Bridal Bouquet along with the Groom's matching Boutonnière View Flower Color Options
~ ALL Digital Wedding Photos Copyright Released and INCLUDED!
~ No-One gives you as many photos as we do!
~ 150+ Digital Photos on Average INCLUDED!
~ We will take as many Digital Photos as possible, 250+ Sometimes.....
~ Wedding Photo/Video Link Provided
~ We encourage a Plugged in Wedding with SmartPhones
~ Snap and share photos of your wedding in real time, right from your Smart-phone. Everyone may upload photos and video. Everyone can contribute directly to one shared photo collection. (service depends on your mobile carrier). You will have the largest Wedding Photo Collection possible. All of the angles covered from everyone’s Smart-phone.
~ We are the ONLY company providing this FREE service.
~ Photos will be taken throughout your time at Valley of Fire State Park
~ Your Wedding Photos will include candid and posed shots (group shots, family and friends)
~ Our Post production is superior as you can see from our Digital Wedding Photos
~Download and Viewing link will be emailed to you shortly after your wedding.
~ We will change your date FREE of Charge
~ We understand that issues may arise
~ Make Your Reservation Stress Free
~ We are Here to Assist Throughout
~ We are the ONLY Wedding Company allowing guests to take video with their smartphone
~ Guests may use Facebook Live, FaceTime, etc for Live Streams (service depends on your mobile carrier)
~ We understand each wedding differs in guests count and your transportation needs
~ *Special $320 flat rate (includes driver’s tip) 8 passenger stretch Chrysler 300 Limousine
~ Luxury Sedans starting at $45/hr
~ From Stretch Limousines and larger vehicles we can schedule this for you
~ Some couples choose to drive their own rental vehicle
~ We are here to assist you with your transportation needs as we will reserve the vehicle of your choice and you will pay the limousine company directly, inquire about vehicle options
~ You may Write Your Own Wedding Vows
~ Your Choice of Ceremony
~ Officiant will file the legal documents for you
~ Officiant works for a Donation (we suggest $140)
~ Wedding Park Fees INCLUDED
~ Park Entrance Fees INCLUDED (up to 20 people)
~ Up to 20 People INCLUDED
~ 21-40 people add $200
~ 41-60 people add $400
~ 61-90 people add $600
~ Witness will be provided free of charge (if needed)
~ Guests may take photos and video with this package
~ Duration: Please allow Approximately 4 hrs from pick-up until being returned to your hotel
~ From Las Vegas Take I-15 North to exit 75. Take a right when exiting I-15 and follow the road heading towards the Valley of Fire State Park. The park is approximately 18 miles East of I-15.
~ Color is a very common way to try to identify a mineral
~ The red color of some of the outcrops of the Aztec Sandstone is due to presence of iron oxide or hematite. Exposure to the elements caused iron minerals to oxidize or “rust,” resulting in red, orange, and brown-colored rocks
~ The streak of a mineral is simply the color of a powder that’s left behind when the mineral is scratched along a white, ceramic, unglazed tile. Even if the color of the mineral itself changes from one specimen to another, the streak color is always the same
~ Luster simply means the way that light reflects off a mineral. Light can make a mineral look very dull or as shiny as a diamond
~ Igneous rocks form when magma or lava cools and hardens into a rock. Magma and lava are rocks that are so hot they move like a liquid. Magma is molten rock that is underground; lava is molten rock that is above the ground – and that is the only difference between them. A common igneous rock is granite. It is often used for counter-tops in homes because of its aesthetic appeal and its durability