Weddings in Las Vegas
How & where to get married
There are as many places to get married in Las Vegas as types of wedding ceremony. You can have anything from a short simple civil wedding ceremony to an elaborate, romantic wedding.
In Vegas, you can get married anywhere & in any way you want - just let your imagination run wild...Overview
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Top reasons to get married in Las Vegas
Why choose Las Vegas for your wedding?
- Ideal holiday wedding
Choose a great hotel, enjoy the weather and have a great wedding all in one.
A wide variety of ceremonies available. From Wedding Chapels, hotels to the Grand Canyon.
Las Vegas has very liberal marriage laws.
Wedding chapels are a part of the myth of Las Vegas and most of the casinos contain at least one wedding chapel. These chapels tend to be very elegant and much grander than the small independent ones, however this means that there is something to suit all tastes.
You can choose anything from an Elvis or Star Trek theme to a wedding ceremony held in a helicopter flying over the Las Vegas strip or you could exchange your vows as you stand at the Grand Canyon after arriving in a helicopter or above it in a balloon.
Just let your imagination run as wild as Las Vegas itself.
To arrange your Las Vegas wedding can be relatively simple. As long as you are legal to marry and have the correct documents, there will be no problems.
Though you can arrange your wedding yourself, or book a wedding package, but often it is wise to use a professional wedding company or wedding planner to arrange your wedding.
Legally it is simple to get married in Las Vegas.
You will have to arrange some paperwork before the wedding at home. Formal proof that you are single is required. US citizens will only require proof of identity with proof they are free to marry. If you are not from the US, such as the UK, Canada, Australia, Europe or elsewhere, you should go to your local registration office or interior ministry and inform them of your intentions. You will need a signed affidavit swearing that you are single. This can be obtained easily in your own country or Las Vegas from any Town Hall before the wedding ceremony in Vegas. Divorcees should also provide proof that they are not still married and if you are a widow or widower documented proof will also required.
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