Paradise Wedding Chapel
Set in the heart of Las Vegas’ “Wedding Chapel Row,” this modern chapel offers wedding packages varying from five-minute “quickies” and “drive-thru” weddings to elaborate ceremonies with full bridal parties, a photographer, limo service, and up to 50 guests. The chapel has an indoor ceremony space and an outdoor gazebo, and takes care of details, providing legal witnesses and ministers (or Elvis impersonators) to officiate and issue wedding certificates.
Things to Know Before You Go
Paradise Wedding Chapel is ideal for couples who want to elope or hold a small ceremony for just a few loved ones.
The chapel offers civil and religious wedding ceremonies, vow renewals, commitment ceremonies, and symbolic wedding ceremonies for same-sex and opposite-sex couples.
Legal marriages can only be performed if both parties are at least 18 years old; 16- and 17-year-olds can get married if a legal guardian signs the marriage license.
Couples must get a marriage license from the Marriage Bureau in Las Vegas to be married legally in the chapel; a license is not necessary for vow renewals, commitment ceremonies, and symbolic wedding ceremonies.
The chapel offers wedding accessories from gowns and tuxedos to rings and bouquets for rent or purchase. The chapel is wheelchair accessible.
How to Get There
Paradise Wedding Chapel is located between Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Strip, and can be easily reached by car or taxi from anywhere in the city; there is parking just outside the chapel. Otherwise, the chapel offers limousine transport in a number of its wedding packages or as a separate add-on service.
When to Get There
Paradise Wedding Chapel takes walk-ins, though there may be a wait if another wedding service is scheduled when you arrive. To avoid a delay, book your wedding time in advance; services are held from late morning through the evening. Booking in advance is particularly important during the height of the wedding season in Las Vegas in the spring and fall.
Celebrity Weddings in Las Vegas
Scores of celebrities have gotten hitched in Vegas over the decades, beginning with Elvis (to Priscilla Presley) and Frank Sinatra (to Mia Farrow) and continuing with contemporary stars like Lily Allen (to David Harbour) and Sophie Turner (to Joe Jonas). Brittney Spears’ 2004 Vegas marriage to Jason Alexander famously lasted just 55 hours, while Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford surprised everyone by jetting into Las Vegas for 24 hours to tie the knot.
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