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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you supply the wedding license?
No. The Bride & Groom must go to the Clark County Marriage Bureau, located downtown Las Vegas at the Regional Justice Center, 201 Clark Avenue, First Floor, (Corner of Clark & 3rd) to obtain a license. The fee is $60.00 (cash), there is no blood test or waiting period, and you must be at least 18 years old. Beginning January 1, 2008, you must prove your identitywith photo ID. For further information, contact them directly at 702-671-0600 or visit the Clark County, Nevada web site. Hours of operation are daily from 8 AM to Midnight, including holidays.

On the day of the ceremony, approximately 30 minutes before your ceremony begins, please have your witness and the license available. The witness will need to print their name on the marriage license and we will sign it after, making it official.

For our anniversary, we want to renew our vows. Do we need a license for that?
No license is required, only a desire to show the person you love how you feel.

How are you attired?
Business attire unless a themed wedding is requested.

Can we write our own vows?
Yes. We will talk you through the entire ceremony and have you recite your vows at the appropriate time.

How far in advance do we need to reserve your services?
Reserve as soon as possible when you know the date and time.

What are your fees?
We do not want to sound commercial or be like the strip chapels, so we have no set fee, your fee depends on:

  • location
  • themed ceremony
  • the ceremony is on a holiday
  • travel time is required
  • we must devote more time than usual to preparing your wedding.

Typically we correspond with you, prepare a personalized ceremony,meet with you to plan your ceremony, drive to the location, fill out and hand deliver the necessary paperwork to the county. A helicopter ride to the Grand Canyon, a back yard ceremony, a country club or ride to Mt. Charleston are much more time-consuming than a Las Vegas Strip wedding. The average minister fee has been between $250.00 and $350.00. Active Military call today for special discount.

How long is your typical ceremony?
The average is between 15 and 25 minutes. Please realize that we customize each ceremony to your wishes and information.

What is the typical order of service?

  1. Prelude
  2. Seating of parents
  3. Groom entrance
  4. Bridal party enters (lining up bridesmaids left and groomsmen right as you face the front)
  5. Bride entrance
  6. Welcome statement
  7. Talk about the happy couple from the information provided
  8. Reading (optional)
  9. Vows
  10. Ring exchange
  11. Unity candle,love letter or sand ceremony (optional)
  12. Blessing
  13. Kiss
  14. Pronouncement of couple as husband and wife
  15. Recessional in opposite order as entrance
  16. Photos

Do we need to be married in a chapel?
No. You can be married anywhere in Nevada. We have married couples at Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon,Harley Davidson cafe, Anthem, Southern  Highlands,TPC,and Dragon Ridge country clubs,Westin Resort and Hilton at Lake Las Vegas, JW Marriott,Platinum,Rhodes Ranch,Silverton,Sam’s Town,Luxor, Stratosphere, Mirage,House of Blues at Mandalay Bay,Welcome to Las Vegas sign, in a helicopter, in back yards. If you wish a chapel, we can recommend several.

Do you perform gay/lesbian commitment ceremonies?
Absolutely. Your ceremony, your way.