v egasgroom: Then perhaps if enough people did what you did (refusing to use a venue for reasons related to in-house photography prices or restrictions), some resorts might take notice of the revenue losses.Posted by JoeyA_VP
Married old Las Vegas hag groom - June 2011
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What the hell...? . We are planning to have our reception at Wicked Spoon on September 2013. Do you think they won't let us having our own photographer to take our pictures? Photography didn't come in a package with Wicked Spoon private room deal. So now I'm confused. Gah!Posted by eviliciouz
I don't post very often here for obvious reasons, but I'm glad to be accepted when I do. I usually only post when I feel I can contribute info useful to anyone looking to get married in Vegas.My experience mirrors vegasgroom's info. I have never heard of or seen any restaurant that enforces the same photography restrictions as the resort they are affiliated with. The restaurants AFAIK can be considered independent parties and asked about their own specific terms for photo permission. If unsure, always contact your venue in advance.Now that I've considered a method of becoming more anonymous, I think I'll use that method to make future posts.
I was originally planning to book Cosmo's wrap around suite as my accomdations during our Wedding week because I loved the look and the view, etc, but also partly because then i'd be able to do first look photos without travelling to another hotel. Since that paln has ben shot down, I'll be looking for a different hotel. I know I'm not a big spender or a high roller or whatever, but they've lost my business.
If Cashman gets its claws into too many properties during the next year, we're going to end up doing our First Look at 7-11. This is so irritating.Posted by wrigleyville