Through the casino that made underwater Las Vegas weddings famous, Silverton Casino Hotel has opened a new area to cater to the chic-savvy side of brides and grooms. Known as Veil Pavilion, this new venue at the Silverton delivers ample space for dining and dancing, dramatic high ceilings, and the ability to host ceremonies, receptions, rehearsal dinners, and guest suites all on one property.

Photo credit: Veil Pavilion at Silverton Casino Hotel

“I think it’s one of the best-kept secrets in Vegas right now,” Kerri Fleischer, Event Sales Manager of Veil Pavilion at Silverton Casino Hotel, said at Bridal Spectacular’s most recent bridal show.

As an 11,000 square-foot location, Veil Pavilion provides a place for brides and grooms to host grand weddings without being confined to casino ballrooms.

“It’s a free-standing structural tent out behind the Silverton,” Fleischer said. “So it has its own entrance, which is really nice. You don’t have to necessarily be in the casino to use it.”

Due to its size and adaptability, Veil Pavilion also delivers a clean slate for customized wedding décor, elaborate reception tables, and intimate lounge areas.

“It’s kind of an L.A. chic [style], but it’s anything you want it to be,” Fleischer said. “It’s a very convertible space.”

lounge area for wedding
Photo credit: Veil Pavilion at Silverton

While Veil Pavilion at Silverton offers flexibility for décor, room configurations, and wedding packages, this venue also presents several locations for ceremonies and receptions that can be tailored to the bride and groom’s preferences.

“We can do the wedding and reception all inside,” Fleischer said. “Or we can do the wedding ceremony out by the pool or out in our garden walkway. And then we’ll hold the reception in Veil.”

Also, for brides and grooms who prefer the feeling of The Great Outdoors to indoor ceremonies or poolside galas, Veil at Silverton can give that rustic environment through the neighboring Bass Pro Shops.

“Of course, it’s attached to Bass Pro Shops,” Fleischer said of Silverton Casino Hotel. “So I have been asked to do a wedding in Bass Pro Shops, and I think that’s going to be exciting.”

Between this area, Veil Pavilion, and the many features available through Silverton Casino Hotel, brides and grooms can absorb all the benefits this multifaceted property has to offer.

“We can take the wedding from start to finish,” Fleischer said. “We’ve got the hotel rooms. We’re conveniently located to the airport, plus we’ve got access to the Strip and free shuttle to and from. We can host an amazing rehearsal dinner in our fine restaurant. We can do a champagne brunch on Sunday after the event, depending on if they do a Saturday night. So we can do rehearsals to weddings to accommodations for the guests, all the way through start to finish.”

hanging decor
Photo credit: Veil Pavilion at Silverton Casino Hotel

With so many opportunities available within one area, Veil Pavilion makes a perfect location for brides and grooms who want stress-free wedding weekends complete with high-quality care.

Las Vegas brides, if you’d like to learn more information about Veil Pavilion at Silverton Casino Hotel, then contact Kerri Fleischer and her team at 702-893-7433. Through your phone call, they can schedule a walk-through of the property, show you their multimedia presentation, and discover what features would work best with your wedding day visions.

You can also stop by Silverton’s booth at the upcoming Veils, Tails, & Cocktails bridal show on March 16, 2012, at ARIA Resort and Casino. To learn more about Veils, Tails, and Cocktails or to find additional Las Vegas wedding venues with hotels, please visit the official website of Bridal Spectacular.

Author: Allyson Siwajian © 2012

Photographs: Veil Pavilion at Silverton Casino Hotel (as seen on their website)