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Las Vegas Wedding FAQ
Is Las Vegas doing weddings right now?
Yes, you can get married in Las Vegas right now. The Marriage License Bureau is open from 8 a.m. to midnight, 365 days per year – including holidays. You cannot make an appointment to get your license; the Bureau is open for walk-ins, only. The transaction takes approximately 10 – 15 minutes although there may be lines at busy times or on busy days.
Resorts, outdoor venues, intimate chapels and more are ready and available to host ceremonies and receptions for couples who are ready to tie the knot.
What is the best place to get married in Vegas?
While Las Vegas is known for its stand-alone chapels, there are nearly 250 other amazing venues countywide that can accommodate any type of wedding you can imagine. There are affordable options at every price point, always with an emphasis on value. Whether traditional, whimsical or luxurious, there is a place just right for your wedding.
What’s the best chapel to get married at in Vegas?
There are amazing and unique chapels suited for every type of couple. Many of the heritage chapels have been recently remodeled and, a number of new chapels have also opened during this last year. Many play with the mid-century modern style that reflects our unique place in mid-century modern history. The best chapel for you is ready and waiting.
How do you arrange a wedding in Las Vegas?
In addition to planning a ceremony and/or reception most wedding venues include a wedding planner who will take the stress out of your special day. They will help you sort through all of your questions and plan all of the details. As an added bit of pampering, many chapels and resorts offer limousine service to get you to the Marriage License Bureau and back on the day of your ceremony.
Couples will need to pick up a marriage license, before the ceremony. Both parties must appear together, in person, before a clerk at the Clark County Marriage License Bureau to obtain the license. Get more information and submit an online application here. After you pick up your marriage license you will need to say your vows in front of a licensed wedding officiant and a witness. Licensed officiants should be able to show you their Marriage Officiant ID Card or their Certificate of Permission to Perform Marriages. Resort and stand-alone chapels typically have an officiant on site.
Beyond that, let your imagination run wild!. Most venues will walk you through everything you need to make your vision a reality, from custom flowers to fantasy photography to affordable or luxurious receptions. Just ask and you shall receive. It really is that easy.
What can you do in Vegas after your wedding?
You, your friends and family will be hard pressed to enjoy all that Las Vegas has to offer. No need to worry about your guests, as shopping, entertainment, dining, outdoor recreation, and more are at their fingertips. Las Vegas is an ideal place to get married because after the ceremony, no place better knows how to host an exceptional after-wedding party or create a private retreat just for you and your new spouse. Learn more about everything there is to do in Vegas before, during and after your wedding here.