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Reviews: Presidential, Bently & Wilson, Neon Boneyard, Flowers and Freed's Bakery

For our wedding on January 20th, we booked 3 limos through Presidential,
had photos by Bentley and Wilson (including one set at the Neon Boneyard),
flowers by Flowers of the Fields, and had our cake made by Freed's.


We had 1 limo for the bride and bridesmaids and 1 for the groom and
groomsmen to get us to the ceremony (we stayed at Mandalay Bay and had our
ceremony at the Stratosphere) and then another limo to take the bridal party on
the photo tour. I found their customer service to be really
good. Overall, they weren't cheap but did their job and did it well. The
limos themselves were fine, the drivers were on time and they allowed us to
prepay the tip (which saved having to stress about it on the day). 

Bently and Wilson

I cannot sing Todd's praises highly enough. His communication in the
lead up was spot on, he always answered my emails within 24 hours and had some
great suggestions. On the day, he was so professional and took some absolutely
gorgeous shots. We took pics at the Neon Boneyard and the Venetian. Todd
managed to make it look like we were the only people in a very busy casino. My
husband prefers the pictures Todd took to the pics from Cashmans. It was
wonderful, coming from Australia, to have pics that were so very, very

Neon Boneyard

We opted for the North Gallery, which has less signs but is half the
price. Again, communication was great, emails were answered very quickly. We
were met on the day by a staff member, who escorted us to the gallery and
waited (out of the way) until we were done. I loved the signs that were there,
it was such a cool place to have pictures taken.

Flowers of the Field

I could not believe how reasonably priced the flowers were and they were
simply gorgeous. I got my bouquet, 2 bridesmaid bouquets, 4 button holes and a
corsage, all for less than $300. Robert was great, suggesting alternative
flowers that better suit the desert climate. The bouquets were all delivered in
vases and they looked lovely all day long.


Very reasonably priced, mostly good at communication (there was a period
over Thanksgiving where it was hard to get a response, but I can appreciate
that it was an extremely busy time for them). We sent the design that we wanted
and they made it exactly how we wanted it. On top of that, it tasted delicious.
Would strongly recommend.   



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