Synonymous with quickie weddings and celebrity elopements, Las Vegas is emerging as a top destination for luxury city weddings on a global scale. It isn't such a surprise given the numerous refined options couples can find along the strip. A city that boasts excellent food and beverage, world class service, beautiful ballrooms and more entertainment possibilities than exist in any other place. It's Las Vegas, reimagined. Amongst the opulent venues of choice is what is widely considered the crown jewel of the MGM, the ARIA Resort. Andrea Eppolito Events takes us into a widely chic look with Adam Frazier Photographer behind the lens to showcase the newly unveiled Primrose Ballroom. We're talking next level glam, as it's an entire floor specifically dedicated to making the ARIA a top destination for luxury city weddings and events.

Located on the 3rd floor of the conference center, the Primrose Ballroom features an open-air pre-function platform overlooking the floor to ceiling windows. Native plants and foliage grow outside, hinting to the indoor-outdoor design of the ballroom. Neutral carpets and walls echo the color of the desert while large lighting installations in the shape of an X add to the 21-foot-high ceilings that cover the 20,000 square-feet space with two balconies. Warmth, vibrancy and romance draw you into the stylized shoot with a winning color blend. A palette of red, wine, fuchsia pink, and burgundy play beautifully against the neutral tones with a gold accent layering in as an opulent metallic. ARIA is known for its food and beverage program and the wine program became the inspiration for the color palette. The in-house team showcased their skills with the tantalizing food, including the edible glitter doughnuts and eye-catching smoked cocktail. We did say that Vegas is rising as a top destination of luxury city weddings, so here is a fun fact to seal that proclamation just in regard to the elite details that can be acquired locally. The Hermes Humidor featured in this inspo sesh is valued at over $125,000 from Royal Cigars. And the diamond band, because a wedding day is not just about the bride can be priced upon request and was hand crafted by Jason the Jewelers, who also have a shop in The Cosmopolitan.