Behind the Scenes at a New Year's Eve Wedding at the Four Seasons Las Vegas

 The only official photo from Jami & Fred's New Year's Eve Wedding at the Four Seasons Las Vegas.  Photo by  Dan White .

The only official photo from Jami & Fred's New Year's Eve Wedding at the Four Seasons Las Vegas.  Photo by Dan White.

New Year's Eve is just glamorous!  And when you get to spend it at a wedding the Four Seasons Las Vegas, well....it's even better!

Jami and Fred allowed me to share some of the behind the scenes images with you, and I am just so grateful!  With a color palette of white and grey, this wedding is soft, romantic, and so beautiful.  The Four Seasons put out a masterful four course menu which was served in a hybrid French-Family style manner, and the team from DJ Mike Fox kept guests on the floor literally until 11:45 PM, when we escorted them all to the Presidential Suite where they enjoyed the fire work display.  By far the best view in the city!

Here are just a few iPhone photos that take you behind the scenes - It certainly was a night filled with love and celebration!
 

Always...


 The groom accented his dotted tuxedo with a large orchid boutonniere and a stripped bowtie.   Photo by   Andrea Eppolito  . 

The groom accented his dotted tuxedo with a large orchid boutonniere and a stripped bowtie.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito

 The ceremony took place under a 10 foot gazebo of willow and branches, accented by white orchids, flowing drapes, and candlelight.   Photo by   Andrea Eppolito  . 

The ceremony took place under a 10 foot gazebo of willow and branches, accented by white orchids, flowing drapes, and candlelight.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito

 As guests mingled during the cocktail hour, we put the finishing touches on the reception.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

As guests mingled during the cocktail hour, we put the finishing touches on the reception. Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 The bride and groom asked that the night be a celebration of LOVE, and so we placed it front and center in the space in large, white marquee lights.  It popped beautifully against the golden glow of the candles.  Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

The bride and groom asked that the night be a celebration of LOVE, and so we placed it front and center in the space in large, white marquee lights.  It popped beautifully against the golden glow of the candles. Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

  Guests were set at long banquet tables dressed in white linens with hundreds of candles at varying heights.  Small, low floral were placed throughout to soften the space, and a cluster of chandelier hung above a white dance floor.  This room  was magnificent!  Photo by  Andrea Eppolito.

Guests were set at long banquet tables dressed in white linens with hundreds of candles at varying heights.  Small, low floral were placed throughout to soften the space, and a cluster of chandelier hung above a white dance floor.  This room was magnificent!  Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 To add dimension and interest, we projected a scrolled pattern along all of the walls.   Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

To add dimension and interest, we projected a scrolled pattern along all of the walls.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 Everything in the room was done in shades of white and ivory, from the dance floor to the chandeliers, the linens to the florals.  When working with a monochromatic color palette, each item counts.  Not one detail was overlooked in creating this space, and in every corner there was something special for the guests to enjoy.  Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

Everything in the room was done in shades of white and ivory, from the dance floor to the chandeliers, the linens to the florals.  When working with a monochromatic color palette, each item counts.  Not one detail was overlooked in creating this space, and in every corner there was something special for the guests to enjoy. Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 Candles and Mercury Glass were festive, exciting touches that gave the space life.   Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

Candles and Mercury Glass were festive, exciting touches that gave the space life.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 The Bride's Bouquet was constructed of crystal broaches (actually, necklaces!) and white orchids. Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

The Bride's Bouquet was constructed of crystal broaches (actually, necklaces!) and white orchids.Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 The menu cards were designed and produced by Alligator Soup.  Each broach from the bride's bouquet was retrieved, strung on a necklace, and presented to the women in attendance as a moment from the evening.  Photo by  Andrea Eppolito . 

The menu cards were designed and produced by Alligator Soup.  Each broach from the bride's bouquet was retrieved, strung on a necklace, and presented to the women in attendance as a moment from the evening.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito

 Additionally, each guest found a wrapped box at their place setting which contained a thank you note written by the couple and reproduced in white chocolate.  Orchids were placed, calling attention to the gift.  Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

Additionally, each guest found a wrapped box at their place setting which contained a thank you note written by the couple and reproduced in white chocolate.  Orchids were placed, calling attention to the gift. Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 When the time came for the couple's first dance, we took the lights way down low for added romance, which really showcased the chandeliers.  Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

When the time came for the couple's first dance, we took the lights way down low for added romance, which really showcased the chandeliers. Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 I snuck in to grab a photo of the bride and groom cutting the cake, which was inscribed with words from famous love songs and poems, just as the photographer jumped in to grab his.   Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

I snuck in to grab a photo of the bride and groom cutting the cake, which was inscribed with words from famous love songs and poems, just as the photographer jumped in to grab his.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 Guests took to the dance floor, celebrating our newlyweds and enjoying the final moments of 2014.   Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

Guests took to the dance floor, celebrating our newlyweds and enjoying the final moments of 2014.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 A toast!  As they departed for the fire work display, each guest was presented with an individual bottle of Taittinger Champagne and a bouquet of Hydrangea, the bride's favorite.   Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

A toast!  As they departed for the fire work display, each guest was presented with an individual bottle of Taittinger Champagne and a bouquet of Hydrangea, the bride's favorite.  Photo by Andrea Eppolito.

 The view from The Presidential Suite - Not a better spot in the world to watch the fireworks from!   Photo by   Andrea Eppolito.

The view from The Presidential Suite - Not a better spot in the world to watch the fireworks from!  Photo by Andrea Eppolito.


VENDORS & VENUE

Luxury Las Vegas Wedding Planner: Andrea Eppolito Events 

Wedding at The Four Seasons Las Vegas 

Floral & Decor:  Naakiti Floral

Lighting:  LED Unplugged 

Hair & Make Up:  Make Up in the 702 

Stationery:  Alligator Soup  

Entertainment:  DJ Mike Fox 

And as always....My biggest thank you goes to Tony Fisher; without whom none of this is possible!

To another spectacular year!

 Another year come and gone...Thank you, Tony, for being my partner in business, in life...in everything!  

Another year come and gone...Thank you, Tony, for being my partner in business, in life...in everything!  

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