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Wynn Las Vegas offers a variety of wedding catering packages to suit every wallet size, from simple hors d’oeuvres to a multi-course sit-down dinner, but most brides and grooms spend about $150 to $200 per person on food and beverage (not including service charge and tax). The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel offers light reception packages for $40 to $95 a person, which includes wedding cake, some bar offerings and five or six butler-passed hors d’oeuvres such as beef carpaccio, shrimp and sweet corn croquettes, bacon-wrapped dates and smoked Scottish salmon with dill cream cheese on toasted bialy chips. Antipasto, cheese and shellfish displays can be added for an added cost, depending on your party size.
Reception packages at Wynn Las Vegas range from $65 to $160 a person and include a first course, entrée and wedding cake. On the higher end, you can choose from first courses like lobster salad or lobster bisque, while entrées include prime filet with horseradish potatoes and a dessert of coconut sorbet or hazelnut mouse.
The à la carte packages at Wynn Las Vegas give you the most flexibility to pick and choose among first and second courses and entrées and range in price from $160 to $195 a person. On the higher end, you can choose a first course like butter lettuce salad with gorgonzola; a second course such as ricotta ravioli or lobster and rosemary risotto; and three entrée choices such as red wine-braised beef short ribs, roasted Jidori chicken breast or filet mignon Rossini with foie gras toast, plus a dessert sampler and wedding cake.