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Tie the Knot at Joël Robuchon's 1930s Parisian Terrace

Joël Robuchon
Joël Robuchon
Photo: MGM Grand

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When you can't make it to France to get married, you do the next best thing — head to Joël Robuchon restaurant at the MGM Grand.

The restaurant from the Chef of the Century now has a wedding package that lets couple get married in the 1930s Paris setting designed by Pierre-Yves Rouchon and wrapped in lush purples.

Joël Robuchon [Photo: MGM Grand]

Couples start with limousine transportation to the courthouse to obtain a marriage license. The bride can get her hair and makeup done at Cristophe Salon at the MGM Grand. Then the ceremony takes place on the restaurant's Parisian Terrace in the garden of ivy.

The package includes a bridal bouquet and boutonniere, a two-hour photography package, six custom floral arrangements for the aisle and mantel and an officiant.

Once the couple ties the knot, they head to Robuchon's Aperitif Lounge for a toast, followed by a five-course meal in the private dining room for up to six guests.

The Joël Robuchon restaurant wedding package is priced at $5,895, all-inclusive, and can be reserved by calling 702-891-7925.
· Joël Robuchon [Official Site]