If you are a retro romantic whose significant other has made you an offer of matrimony that you can’t refuse, you can be sentenced to a lifetime of love with your soul mate at The Mob Museum in Las Vegas.
A facility on the most wanted list of couples who want their nuptials to be unique, it would be a crime to miss out on the arresting venue’s new wedding packages:
Dressed To Kill
A 20-minute morning marriage ceremony for up to 40 people 9bride and groom included) inside the historic, restored courtroom, which includes access to the Museum’s indoor and outdoor spaces for the bride and groom’s photo shoot.
Married To The Mob
A intimate “I do” for less than 20 guests (bride and groom included), the 20-minute outdoor ceremony takes place on the Museum’s front steps during open hours.
Til Death Do You Part
A courtroom ceremony for less than 30 guests, the package offers access to the Museum for a photo shoot with bride, groom and wedding party; and Champagne cocktail hour or brunch in the Museum’s third-floor board room. Time available: from 12 until 5 p.m.
Couples can also share their good news with everyone at the Museum that day. The Mob Museum congratulates couples on the day they say “I do” with a personalized message on the first floor dot wall, which is also available for once-in-a-lifetime proposals.
Luck Be a Lady
Full Museum buyout, a 6:30 p.m. ceremony is followed by a photo shoot for the newlyweds and their wedding party. Guests can toast the happy couple during the cocktail hour from 7 p.m. – 8 p.m., then enjoy a nostalgic nosh at 8 p.m. inside the courtroom. Maximum guests, including the bride and groom: 120 seated, 400 reception style.
Prior to pledging their love, couples can say so long to the single life at The Mob Museum with:
- A Friday night rehearsal dinner for up to 120 guests inside the courtroom, in the third-floor ballroom or multi-purpose room.
- A Good Fellas blood oath ceremony (a hit at bachelor parties) for up to eight guests in the Museum’s Board Room.
- A bridal shower for up to 24 guests in the Museum’s third-floor boardroom.
The Museum offers all-inclusive packages to include: catering, photography, officiants, floral, décor, musicians, lighting, photo booth and much more.
Costs, which start at $1,000 for the Dressed To Kill package, go up to sky’s-the-limit for the Luck Be a Lady package. Costs for pre-wedding events may be obtained upon request.
For more information about The Mob Museum’s wedding packages:
- visit http://themobmuseum.org or email email@example.com
Photo Credit: The Mob Museum