Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas | Jessica + Curtis | Las Vegas Wedding Videographers
Photographers: Adam Frazier Photography | Decor Company & Linens: Weddings By Dzign | Florist: Weddings By Dzign |Hair & Makeup: Makeup in the 702 | Cake/Sweets: Waldorf Astoria | DJ/Band: Dubb and the Luv Machines | Invitations: Minted | Lighting: Weddings By Dzign | Wedding Planners: Emily Grace Events | Cinematography: Memory Lane Video
For Jessica and Curtis, there was plenty of incentive to choose their Venue, some being they wanted to be on the Vegas strip, and they had looked at 8 or 9 venues as options. The major reason Jessica and Curtis ended up choosing Waldorf Astoria was because of the windows and balcony and the fact that during the actual wedding guests would see the strip and feel like they were IN VEGAS. Although other venues were nice and beautiful, they didn’t offer that aspect and just couldn’t compete.
Weddings can be pricey, but Curt felt that the addition of a band from their Texan hometown was amazing. Sure it was pricey to get them there with travel expenses, but the personal touch it brought couldn’t have been matched by anything else. Jessica felt their coordinator, Emily, was a fantastic addition and was money well spent as she tied up all loose ends for a seamless, relaxing wedding.
Apart from Memory Lane, Jessica and Curtis felt Adam Frazier was absolutely amazing. He did their engagement shoot and they fell in love with him then, and he became not only a talented photographer to give them amazing images of their day but a wonderful friend. Jessica also has to shout out the ladies of makeup in the 702. Jessica had a case of the jitters while in the hair chair, and Katie was so supportive, reassuring, and let her do anything she needed to feel better. She even had a calming essential oil spray–they are not only amazingly talented but have such good hearts.
Jessica and Curtis met and found out about Memory Lane through recs from both Adam Frazier and Emily Grace.
Jessica and Curtis chose Memory Lane because they trust Adam and Emily’s recommendation and also they loved the style and vibes the website gave off.
On the day of, Curtis and Jessica were extremely happy with Memory Lane’s staff and found them very easy to work with and were very friendly and fun to be around.
Keeping it honest, Jessica and Curtis didn’t look at anyone else since being out of state, they trusted their vendors’ advice more than anything.
Jessica and Curtis feel a video is a necessity because not only does it preserve the entirety of that moment, but it emphasizes and extracts individual emotion, inflection, and vibes. Regarding Memory Lane, Jessica and Curtis feel that not only is Memory Lane top class, but they’re also an amazing team to work with and be around.