Tying the knot in Vegas? Find that perfect little wedding chapel, and a tux or wedding dress too.
People have been known to tie the knot in this town. Famous people. People who like to act like they’re famous. And people who are just generally inspired by the whole Vegas-ness of the place. Vegas and weddings are the perfect match. And following the recent appeals court ruling lifting a ban on same-sex marriages, now every couple can be legally wed here — and in any number of ways.
Have your ceremony performed by Elvis at the Viva Las Vegas Chapel, go high style in the chapel at Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa or choose anything in between. What can we say? We’re suckers for romance and we’ve got the Las Vegas wedding packages to prove it. Your ceremony in Vegas is only limited by your imagination. We’re a town that likes to please.
You still need a license of course, but you can get married without months and months of planning. That’s why so many couples prefer the simplicity of a romantic Vegas ceremony.
Explore this page for more on planning your Las Vegas wedding. Getting married here isn’t necessarily the experience you think it is. Sure, we have drive-through chapels, but our most opulent hotels offer first-class weddings. Think velvet runners, imported roses, Chilean sea bass and string quartets. Weddings in Vegas are custom-fit for any budget, any taste and any couple.
A wedding in Las Vegas is sure to leave any couple with lasting memories. Think of the photo opportunities, the reception venues and the available hotel rooms for all those friends and family who want to share your big day. And after you tie the knot, there’s no need to rush to the airport; you’re already in one of the top honeymoon destinations.
Take your sweetheart on a gondola ride, snap pics at the Bellagio fountains or enjoy your first meal courtesy of Wolfgang Puck. The possibilities are endless. And if you don’t see it all on your first visit, there’s always your anniversary. Make it an annual event.
Somehow, we don’t think you’ll have trouble convincing your loved ones to make the trip to Las Vegas. Here’s to unconventional weddings. Here’s to unforgettable memories. And here’s to the happy couple.