LAS VEGAS, Oct. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- From Elvis impersonators officiating ceremonies, to drive through quickies, to over-the-top glamour – no place in the world does weddings quite like Las Vegas. And with nearly 5 million people married in Clark County since 1908*, it's no wonder Las Vegas is considered the wedding capitol of the world. Five years ago, on 7/7/7, hundreds of people were married in Las Vegas as they believed it to be the "luckiest day of the century." And according to the TODAY show, in 2011, the Clark County clerk's office — where would-be newlyweds send their Vegas wedding applications — said they received more than 3,500 pre-applications for 11/11/11. The office typically only receives 1,000 applications for an entire month. This December, on 12/12/12 Las Vegas could very well exceed 2011's numbers as couples look to bring not only luck, but also harmony to the table. In Chinese numerology 1 is considered a yang number, while 2 is considered a yin number – combining the two can offer new couples balance. Back Bar USA has joined forces with Dom Perignon and selected the iconic Caesars Palace as its backdrop to create a wedding experience like no other on earth.
"We are so excited to be working with Dom Perignon and hosting what will certainly be part of Las Vegas' rich wedding history, especially considering we won't see another 12/12/12 for another 100 years," said Back Bar USA's Tim Haughinberry. "We invite anyone looking to get married, renew their vows or participate in a commitment ceremony to join us at Caesars Palace on 12/12/12 to experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity."
And in typical Vegas fashion, the weddings will be available for a full 24 hours. For $3,750 couples can experience The Dom Perignon Vintage Package which rolls out all the bells-and-whistles one would expect from a package of this name. Highlights include: one-night suite accommodations at Caesars Palace; Dom Perignon gift basket upon check-in; luxury transportation to the court house; private bridal prep lounge in ballroom; extravagant bouquet for bride and maid of honor; groom boutonniere; access to the 12/12/12 Dom Perignon lounge for bride, groom and guests; private wedding chapel at Caesars Palace; traditional recorded music; video of ceremony; photo at exclusive 12/12/12 photo op location; engraved photo frame; web cast of ceremony; officiant to perform ceremony and a Dom Perignon Champagne toast with limited-edition logo crystal flutes.
For those really looking to splurge, look no further than the $1,212,120 wedding. This world-class, one-of-a-kind wedding package will allow anyone who purchases it to live the Vegas high-roller lifestyle – if even for just a few special days.
A celebrity event planner will be brought onboard to ensure this wedding will be one that dreams are made of. Some of the luxurious amenities include a private jet to and from Las Vegas; free-flowing Dom Perignon throughout the stay, three nights in a Caesars Palace suite, dinner at the Michelin-Star rated Restaurant Guy Savoy, VIP access to PURE Nightclub, brand-name, elegant watches for the groomsmen and stunning earrings for the bridesmaids. Both the wedding and reception will be held at the breathtaking and Gehry-designed Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health – with dinner and wedding cake created by a member of Las Vegas' celebrity chef contingent and much, much more. And those partaking in the lap of luxury can also feel good about the purchase, as a portion of the proceeds will benefit The Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
For more information or to book a wedding visit www.121212weddingslasvegas.com.
* According to www.insiderlv.com
SOURCE Back Bar USA