Las Vegas Weddings Guide

When you think about a Las Vegas wedding, what comes to mind? A quickie, no fuss wedding? A kitschy wedding chapel with an Elvis impersonator that's more Vegas shows than it is wedding?? An elegant ceremony in one of the world's largest hotels on the fabulous Las Vegas Strip?

A Las Vegas wedding is all of those things. If you can dream it, someone in this town can make it happen, whether that means a fantasy wedding (and that can mean everything from Star Trek to a Halloween-theme), a fast and easy simple ceremony, or an extravaganza that your guests will talk about for years.

Over 130,000 couples tie the knot in Las Vegas every year, living up to its nickname as "The Wedding Capital of the World."

Planning a Las Vegas wedding can be as easy or as complicated as you want to make it. You can opt for a spur of the moment ceremony (literally a drive through wedding, if you like) or spend months (or years) working with a Las Vegas wedding coordinator to plan the ceremony of your dreams.

In this special section, you'll find all the information you need to plan your Vegas wedding, whether it is a fun Elvis event or an elaborate, "they must have hit the jackpot" ceremony at one of the city's top hotels.

A Las Vegas wedding is whatever the two of you want to make of it, whether that means traditional or offbeat. Photo courtesy Las Vegas News Bureau

Vegas Wedding Information

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