Las Vegas has a million different ways to tie the knot in a city known for impulsive weddings. Planning ahead may be required for some more exclusive locations, but others have the flexibility for spontaneity. This is by no means an exhaustive list of venue options, but we wanted to highlight the most creative options available. Note that you will need to secure a Las Vegas wedding license from the Marriage Bureau ahead of time and have your ceremony conducted by a licensed officiant in order for it to count legally.
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Fast Lane Drive Thru Weddings
When you know, you know. If you just want to get your ceremony over and done with, head to the Fast Lane. No car? No problem, you can rent anything from a luxury limo to a vintage convertible for your vows, or you can just use their walk-up window instead. Packages are available to include your officiant, photographer, flowers and cake.
High Roller Observation Wheel
Day or night, the High Roller Observation Wheel at Linq Promenade has private pods available for your wedding. Get a daytime view of the iconic skyline or opt for the colorful lights at night, and head 550 feet in the air for your ceremony. Pods hold up to 20 guests for an intimate circular setup, with the floor-to-ceiling windows providing a panoramic view. Wedding planners are available to handle every detail from transportation to music, so all you have to do is say I do.
Taco Bell Cantina
Getting married at Taco Bell has a nice ring to it! If you want to keep things fun, casual and affordable, consider getting married at the Taco Bell Cantina, located on the Las Vegas Strip. A private event area is available upstairs, and catering packages can be provided with all of your favorite menu items. The space also includes a bar so that you can toast to the future with a spiked Baja Blast.
Nelson Ghost Town
The desert aesthetic is pretty hot these days. For amazing photos and an intimate setting, head out to Nelson Ghost Town for your wedding ceremony. The location takes you back in time with rustic barns, old-timey saloons and quirky props like rusted-out cars among the desert flora. Additional settings in the area include a plane crash site and an open-air chapel in which to recite your vows. Daytime and sunset packages are available, and special permits are required for this area.
Hot Air Balloon or Helicopter
Let your love lift you higher and higher with a ceremony in the air! You have several options, from a hot air balloon to a helicopter, to get married with a background of the desert or the lights of the Strip. You can do the ceremony on the ground before flight or in the air with an officiant, and balloon rides include a traditional champagne toast while on board.
If you like to get the other kind of high, maybe a wedding at Planet 13 would be fitting. The downtown dispensary has a bar, restaurant and event space available to rent for your nuptials. The P13 complex includes psychedelic attractions like an LED floor, 3D projection ceiling and an 18-foot water feature. There's also the option to marry your best bud in a private grow house among the budding plants.
Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix Family Fun Center
Got a need for speed? Lovebirds can literally race to the altar at Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix Family Fun Center. Each of you can hop in a go-kart and challenge one another on their four different tracks to amp up the adrenaline before tying the knot. Packages include your officiant, luxury round-trip transportation and a photographer to document it.
Titanic Grand Staircase
One of you is a history freak. Or watched the Titanic movie so many times that the tape broke. Or maybe you're just in love with the glamor of early 1900s travel. Whatever the reason, you can get married at the Titanic Grand Staircase inside Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. The exhibit inside contains artifacts from the actual ship, including a full-scale recreation of the Grand Staircase famously featured in the movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Groups of up to 100 can be accommodated in the space, and a photographer is included.
The Neon Museum
If you're more into vintage Vegas vibes, head out to The Neon Museum. Their collection of restored neon signs makes a vibrant setting for photos, and you can go all-in with an Elvis officiant. The rustic signage and bright colors make it an easy one-stop spot that doesn't require additional decor for your special day. The private North Gallery is intimate and holds up to 50, and is available to reserve for a full hour.
Lake Las Vegas
Are you looking outside of Vegas for a lakeside wedding site? Many locals don't even know about Lake Las Vegas. Located to the southeast, this artificial lake is a resort oasis that is beautiful any time of day. Suppose you want to opt for an indoor ceremony or reception with a view of the water. In that case, the Westin Lake Las Vegas in the area has ballroom space available to do so for a more traditional wedding experience. If you’re looking for an outdoor event, Reflection Bay Golf Club has a lakeside setting to wow your guests.