After you’ve picked up your marriage license at the Clark County Marriage License Bureau, snagged the perfect dress at Rent the Runway, picked out wedding bands at Tiffany & Co. and procured a delicious wedding cake at Carlo’s Bakery, it’s time to pick a wedding venue! Here are 20+ unique Las Vegas wedding venues.
The Big Apple Roller Coaster
Say your vows at 67 mph on The Big Apple Roller Coaster at New York-New York Hotel & Casino.
Chapel in the Clouds Las Vegas
Get married in the clouds at The Stratosphere’s Chapel in the Clouds, with 4 different venues available.
Chapel of the Bells Las Vegas
If you’re looking for a venue that can handle it all, right down to bringing you to the courthouse to get your marriage license, Chapel of the Bells is the best pick for you among the places to get married in Las Vegas. Chapel of the Bells is definitely one of the easiest places to get married in Las Vegas!
Denny’s on Fremont
Yes, that’s right, you can exchange vows at Denny’s and follow-up with an omelette feast.
Paris Las Vegas Wedding at The Eiffel Tower
You may not be able to pull off a quickie wedding in Paris, unless you’re at the Paris Las Vegas! There are 3 venues at Paris Las Vegas where you can exchange vows, one of which is the observation deck of the Eiffel Tower.
Venetian Las Vegas wedding
The Gondolas at The Venetian are another experience in Vegas borrowed from overseas. You can exchange vows while on a romantic gondola ride through the canal, just like in Italy! The Venetian offers several other gorgeous locations for wedding ceremonies, too.
Graceland Wedding Chapel Las Vegas
There are several places to get married in Las Vegas where an Elvis impersonator can officiate, but Graceland Wedding Chapel is the original.
High Roller Las Vegas
The High Roller, the largest ferris wheel in the world, allows ceremonies inside its observation pods. A single pod can accommodate up to 40 guests and ceremonies can last up to 30 minutes.
Las Vegas Wedding Wagon
Las Vegas Wedding Wagon will help you arrange a wedding anywhere in Vegas. The real gem, however, is that they have the in on weddings atop a double-decker tour bus.
Hop on and hop off to take unique travel-themed photos at various locations down the Strip after exchanging vows and you’ll have one of the most unusual wedding albums of all your friends!
Little Church of the West Las Vegas
The Little Church of the West is the oldest chapel on the Strip, having opened in 1942. It has moved several times to make way for new development along the Strip, rather than being demolished, as it is a registered historic building.
Little White Wedding Chapel Las Vegas
Perhaps the quick wedding ceremony available is at the Little White Wedding Chapel, where you can get married drive-thru style if one of its 4 other venues don’t fit the bill.
Love it Loud Wedding Chapel
Get married like a true rock n roll couple at the Love it Loud Rock & Roll Wedding Chapel at Rio Las Vegas. Not only will the venue rock your socks off, you can live stream your ceremony to your friends and fam that couldn’t make the trip.
Mandalay Bay Weddings
Mandalay Bay offers several locations for wedding ceremonies, but its 2 most unusual offerings are the Mandalay Bay sand beach and the shark aquarium.
Minus5° Ice Bar Las Vegas
The Minus5° Ice Lounge at Mandalay Bay can host private events with up to 500 guests. I can’t imagine getting married in the freezing cold, but perhaps it’d be spot on for some ski bunnies?
The Mob Museum Vegas
Located in the former Las Vegas Post Office and Courthouse, the Mob Museum makes for a very Vegas-like wedding.
Las Vegas Neon Museum wedding
The Neon Boneyard North Gallery at the Neon Museum is available for one-of-a-kind weddings nestled between collections of old Vegas neon signs.
Nobu Penthouse Las Vegas
The Nobu Penthouses at Caesars Palace are one of the most elegant places to get married in Las Vegas. Aside from the clean, minimalist decor, the ceremonies include a san san ku do, a traditional sake toast between the couple and their families.
The Silverton Hotel Aquarium
The aquarium at the off-strip Silverton Hotel is available for underwater ceremonies, making it a quirky pick for scuba enthusiasts.
Las Vegas hotel weddings
Aside from all the unique experiences available for couples looking to get married, there’s always a more traditional hotel wedding. Almost all the hotels on the strip, and many off-strip, can coordinate weddings on property. Pick your favorite and call them up to see what they can do for you and your sweetie.
What are some of the craziest Las Vegas wedding venues that you’ve heard of?