Where's the Red Carpet?
Once you arrive at your destination, you should expect the entire resort or town to shut down and welcome you with open arms, right?
That largely depends on the site you've chosen. Some resorts are very good at making brides feel as though they are the first — and will be the last — woman to take her vows there; others have a decidedly more casual feel to the entire event. Yes, you're special, but there's so much going on in or around the site that it's sort of expected that you're enamored of the place (so how can you expect anyone to be enamored of you)? This is especially true in a town like Las Vegas, which welcomes flocks of brides who are looking for fun, out-of-the ordinary ceremonies.
Try not to have exceedingly high expectations of the hotel staff rushing to greet you upon your arrival. If you're spending time waiting for a tiara to arrive on a pillow, you'll lose focus of the things that need to be done, such as meeting with your wedding coordinator and reuniting with your wedding dress!
Don't worry if you're not greeted like royalty when you arrive at your wedding site. Keep in mind that the resort hosts weddings all the time, and although the staff will work to do the best job for you they can, this is just another “job” for them. Keep in mind that you'll certainly be the center of attention on your wedding day, and your guests have come a long way just to honor you on this wonderful occasion!