Las Vegas, Nevada is one of the most popular places to get married. It offers wonderful wedding and elopement packages that are sure to please anyone who is on the brink of getting married. If you want to elope to Vegas, the now is the time to start planning! There are a few things that you’ll need to do before your wedding ceremony can be performed.
You’ll need to visit one of the Clark County (Nevada) Marriage Bureaus to get your license for marriage. They can found in several locations in Las Vegas and their individual addresses can be found online. You can also find the times that they are open by visiting the bureau’s website. Decide if you want a themed wedding. If so, there are several chapels that specialize in weddings based on Elvis Presley, holidays and so on. Celebrities often get married at the Graceland Chapel for a wedding theme based on the “King”, Elvis Presley. You can even get married quickly at one of the chapels by simply driving through in your car! Check out the Little White Wedding Chapel if this is something that appeals to you.
Las Vegas is a fun place to get married and many people opt to have their special wedding day there. Not only is the atmosphere festive, there are many things for you and your wedding guests to do before and after the ceremony. When you plan your big day, make sure that the date will work for your guests and that they can afford to join you. Vegas isn’t an inexpensive place to visit, so understand that some people may not be able to attend. They may not have the funds available for transportation, food and accommodations so you may have to “foot the bill” for your guests.
And, remember that you can also get married in one of the larger hotel chapels or in a local church if this is what you want to do. Hotels specialize in weddings and have wedding packages that are quite affordable. So, if you want a traditional wedding, then Las Vegas can accommodate you. And, if you would rather elope to Las Vegas, then that is easily accomplished by simply getting your marriage license ahead of time and finding a little chapel by the side of the road!