Lani Chu and Jeff Wu Bellagio Wedding
Las Vegas, Nevada
Wedding date: April 20, 2010
The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada was the place where Lani Chu and Jeff Wu said their vows and began a new chapter of their lives as a married couple.
We chose the Bellagio Hotel as the place to have our wedding ceremony and reception for several reasons. First, we both love Las Vegas; it is usually our first choice for a vacation destination. Second, out of all the hotels available on The Strip, the Bellagio is definitely our favorite hotel. We both enjoy the style and architecture and Jeff just really likes the buffet. To us, it makes a lot of sense to for us to have our wedding at The Bellagio.
If you are familiar with Las Vegas, you already know what a fun and exciting place it is. If you haven't had a chance to experience it yet, get ready for some fun. There is something for everyone in Las Vegas, even if you don't gamble, drink or smoke (like Lani and Jeff).
We hope that you will love it as much as we do. We believe that it is a wonderful place to create new and wonderful memories with your friends and family that will last a lifetime.
The Bellagio is a five-diamond hotel that has won many awards. Here is a picture of the Conservatory. They change their displays several times a year to match the seasons. We always stop by to admire the it each time we visit; it is always a beautiful work of art. In addition to the Conservatory, the Bellagio features Botanical Gardens, over 2000 hand-blown glass flowers adorning the lobby ceiling, a 7-acre lake with dancing fountains, award-winning restaurants, and much more.
Getting married at the Bellagio was simply meant to be.
Thank you for your support.
Things To Do
Planning on staying in Las Vegas for a little while? Not really into into gambling? Here are some things that you might want to check out.
Food. Every hotel offers a buffet. If you're the type to eat 'till you drop (like Jeff), then you're in for a treat. Our favorites include Le Village Buffet at Paris (cool French village setting), The Buffet at Bellagio, and Cravings at The Mirage. Ceasar's Palace (make sure you ask for the bottomless seafood platter) and Treasure Island buffets are also good choices.
If you're interested in a nice casual dining experience, Wolfgang Puck's Spago is a great choice. Spago's is located at The Forum Shops at Caesars. The food is delicious and the atmosphere is relaxed. We also suggest (caution: website Flash plays music) Daniel Boulud Brasserie at the Wynn. If you go at night, you will be treated to a nice light show while you enjoy dinner. The atmosphere is upscale and fun. A wonderful French brasserie.
There are also a lot of great places if you just want to grab a quick bite. Some of our favorites include: Canter's Deli (Jeff always gets the Canter's Reuben and the Potato Knish) and Pho at Treasure Island (make sure to ask for the Special -- it isn't on the menu), and BLT Burger at the Mirage (yummy burgers -- get em rare -- and the wait staff wear funny t-shirts).
Shows. Lots of 'em here in Vegas.
There are simply too many attractions. We could go on and on... but here are some we think you might enjoy. GameWorks, a fun for everyone video game arcade near the corner of the Strip and Tropicana Avenue. Get the all-day pass, it's worth it. New York New York has a lot fun arcade games that will definitely keep you entertained. Don't forget to check out Coyote Ugly! Also, lots of tourist-type things to do like the M&M's World and the Gambler's General Store - Jeff bought a really cool mini slot machine here!