There is something about Las Vegas that just makes you want to kick up you heels and say I do to someone you love. If you decide to get married in Sin City, you’re far from alone. Britney Spears, Elvis Presley and hundreds of other celebrities exchanged vows in the city over the years.
Whether you feel the excitement in the air and decide on a spur of the moment wedding ceremony, or you plan a large ceremony filled with your family and friends, here are the best places to get married in Las Vegas:
The Neon Graveyard
Don’t let the name scare you off. The Neon Graveyard is less of a cemetery and more of a museum. The founders watched as the city changed over the years and as new neon went down and new buildings went up. They decided to salvage those old signs and put the signs on display for those who wanted a glimpse of old school Vegas glamor. You can now have fun walking through the exhibits and checking out the neon on display. If you love the Neon Graveyard, you can even arrange to have your wedding ceremony there.
A Little White Wedding Chapel
A Little White Wedding Chapel is the ultimate Vegas wedding spot for couples who want to exchange vows in the same spot where dozens of celebrities stood. Paul Newman, Judy Garland, Pamela Anderson and Stone Cold Steve Austin are just a few of the celebrities who chose this chapel for their weddings. It was also the site of the marriage between Mia Farrow and legendary Vegas performer Frank Sinatra. The neon signs, Cadillac car on display and bright colors outside will leave you itching to get inside and see what else this chapel has to offer.
A Elvis Chapel
While he didn’t marry there, the Spirit of the King of Rock and Roll lives on in A Elvis Chapel in Las Vegas. The founders wanted the kind of spot where couples could have fun and let loose without feeling stuffy or overwhelmed. You can select from a wide range of wedding packages and take care of everything you need in one convenient spot. The chapel can arrange for flowers, music, a minister and anything else you need. If you feel like going a little wild, you can even get married by an Elvis impersonator who looks just like the King himself.
Valley of Fire
Are you the type of person who likes the idea of a traditional wedding but wants something a little different? You might enjoy exchanging vows in the Valley of Fire. Named that way because of the intense and fiery red and orange colors found on the surrounding rocks, the Valley of Fire offers amazing backdrops for your ceremony and your reception. You’ll find plenty of local companies that can help you make arrangements for your reception and deliver food, furniture, tents and anything else you need to the spot you and your future spouse pick.
Wynn Las Vegas
It’s nearly impossible to think of Vegas without thinking about Steve Wynn. When this legendary hotel developer built Wynn Las Vegas, he made sure to include ample places for wedding ceremonies. You can get married in an elaborate ballroom decorated with amazing linens and gorgeous glassware, or you can head outside for a ceremony in one of the hotel’s gardens or for a wedding right by the pool. Hotels are a great choice for weddings because both you and your future spouse and all of your guests can stay on-site and have some fun at the casino before the ceremony.
Las Vegas is one of the best places in the world for a wedding. Where else can you win big at the blackjack table, get your hair done and hit up a few museums before the ceremony? Vegas offers everything from chapels to hotels for couples planning their weddings.
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