How much does it cost to elope in Las Vegas?
You may notice that hotels do charge extra, sometimes double, for Friday and Saturdays so if you’re looking to save a couple of bucks, elope during the week instead of the weekend. That being said, there are always deals to be had in Las Vegas, so definitely shop around. Staying just off the main strip or on the old strip will also save you money. Although it’s not necessary to rent a car while in Vegas you’ll still want to factor in the cost of Lyfts and Ubers. And if you’re planning on eloping at Valley of Fire State Park, definitely ask your driver to wait until your ceremony is over or consider hiring a car—although it’s easy to book a ride out to the park, it can be near impossible to catch one heading back to town.
Our Las Vegas elopement packages run from $400 for our most basic ceremony (tailored location advice, a custom wedding script, and the enactment of the ceremony itself) to $3,800 for our top package (which includes photography, videography, flowers, hair and makeup, and a ceremony coordinator). In between, we offer a variety of elopement packages at every price point, with a ton of flexibility as well as à la carte options. We highly recommend booking Las Vegas elopement packages that are all inclusive since booking all services together tends to be more cost-efficient than booking individually.
How do I make sure my Las Vegas elopement is legal?
Las Vegas is one of the easiest places on the planet to obtain a marriage license! All you’ll need is a form of identification, such as a driver’s License, military ID, or passport, as well as $77. If either of you were previously married, you’ll need the date your divorce as well as the city and state your divorce decree was filed in.
Do you need a witness to marry in Las Vegas?
You’ll need at least one witness present at your ceremony, which your photographer can easily act as (since your officiant cannot also act as a witness).
Can you just walk into a chapel in Vegas and get married?
As soon as you get your marriage license, you can immediately get married in Las Vegas! So yes, technically there are chapel’s you can just walk into, but where’s the fun in that? Ensure your Vegas elopement stands out from the millions of others by choosing to say “I Do” at one of our awe-inspiring outdoor locations.
Where should I stay for my Las Vegas elopement?
Every hotel and casino has a completely different vibe, so where you stay will depend on who you are as a couple! Of course, your budget will also be a factor. Still, you can’t go wrong with something classic like Caesars Palace or the luxe, modern Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
How far in advance should I start planning my Las Vegas elopement?
Las Vegas is known for spontaneous elopements, so feel free to plan with as little advanced notice as a week. In general, however, we see most of our couples planning with three to nine months advance notice, especially because there are more aspects of planning than just your elopement ceremony. You’ll need to determine where you’ll be staying, how to get to Las Vegas, and what kinds of concerts or activities you’ll be doing while you’re in the area. If you’re a real planner, we can book you as far as a few years in advance. No matter the timeline of your Vegas elopement, we can accommodate.
How do I find the right Las Vegas elopement vendors?
We contract with the best Las Vegas elopement photographers in the business, so you’ve come to the right place! Since Las Vegas is the hometown of elopements, there is a whole range of styles and types of elopement vendors. Once you are assigned one of our vendors, they’ll reach out and you can get to know one another, planning your ideal ceremony together. If you’d rather take a hands-off approach, our vendors are veterans of the business and have no problem taking the reins!