You’re engaged? Congratulations! You took care of the fun part! Now let us guide you through tying the knot in Vegas. With us, it’s easy. Read on and ready yourself to be pronounced. OMG, are you as excited as we are? Let’s do this.
We do not love sorting through a bunch of bureaucratic details either, so we are breaking it down, short and sweet with sprinkles.
Here’s what you need to know:
A marriage license in Las Vegas costs $102.00 If you pay by credit card there is a small credit card processing fee which brings the total to $105.29.
People the ages of 16 and 17 may marry if consent is given in person at time of application, by either parent or legal guardian. A certified copy of the Birth Certificate may be required. Legal guardian must have court order showing proof of legal guardianship. All people giving consent must have proof of identity. Consent is given by notarized affidavit of consent, which must be written in English and contains the birth date of the minor and must state the relationship of person giving consent.
A person less than 16 years of age may marry if either parent or legal guardian files an action, pays all court fees and presents a court order, from a Nevada State court.
Couples from outside the United States can be married in Las Vegas. Most countries will want a certified copy of your marriage certificate and an Apostille from the Nevada Secretary State. The Nevada Secretary of State can send the Apostille and certified marriage certificate copy directly to your government for you.
All marriage certificates issued in the State of Nevada must be used within this state.
You do not need a marriage License to renew your vows.
We can do a Renewal of Vows ceremony if you have already been legally married before.
We do require all renewal of vows couples to sign a document that confirms this ceremony is being performed as a renewal and not a legal ceremony.
Please Note: We reserve the right to deny you service if our requirements are not met.
Let our friendly wedding coordinators take care of the paperwork.
Call 1-800-545-8111 for more information.