Top 20 Vegas Wedding Chapels

Top 20 Vegas Wedding Chapels, Las Vegas, Nevada (D)

With more than 110,000 couples getting married in Las Vegas every year, this is the wedding capital of the world and there are plenty of places to tie the knot. You can chose from any of the small famous chapels on the Strip, a gondola ride on a Venetian canal, the top of the Eiffel Tower, a thrill ride at the Stratosphere, a helicopter trip to the Grand Canyon, and even a Drive Thru ceremony in the Tunnel of Love. And best of all, Elvis can be at your beck and call - for a small price! Come explore the 20 best wedding venues in Las Vegas based on historical significance, charm, uniqueness, and service.
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Guide Name: Top 20 Vegas Wedding Chapels
Guide Location: USA » Las Vegas
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (D))
# of Attractions: 20
Author: Scott Weber
Author Bio: Scott was born and raised in California and loves to explore the Southwest every chance he gets. Join him in his adventures at GPSmyCity.
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Wee Kirk O' the Heather Wedding Chapel
  • Mon Bel Ami Wedding Chapel
  • Graceland Wedding Chapel
  • A Special Memory Wedding Chapel
  • Cupid's Wedding Chapel
  • Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel
  • A Little White Wedding Chapel
  • Chapel of the Flowers
  • A Hollywood Wedding Chapel
  • Chapel of the Bells
  • Little Church of the West
  • Venetian and Palazzo Hotel
  • Paris Las Vegas
  • Stratosphere Chapel in the Clouds
  • Maverick Helicopter Wedding Tours
  • Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign
  • Clark County Office of Civil Marriages
  • Mandalay Bay Hotel
  • Wynn Weddings
  • Bellagio Hotel
Wee Kirk O' the Heather Wedding Chapel

1) Wee Kirk O' the Heather Wedding Chapel

This is a darling little wedding chapel at the top of the Strip and you won’t be disappointed with the small intimate setting. Wee Kirk O’ the Heather, which means “The Little Chapel of the Lucky Flowers” was built in 1940, and is the oldest chapel in the city. They offer traditional-styled wedding,s but if you’d like the “King” to make an appearance, they have 6 different Elvis packages that range from the $177, 2-song “Love Me Tender” serenade to the $777, 6-song “Dueling Elvis” package where you’re blessed with a young, gold lame Elvis and a flashy-sequined, 70’s Elvis. Wee Kirk O’ the Heather is also the closest chapel to the Marriage License office two blocks away. The chapel can hold 32 guests and they offer flower, photography, and limousine service and can connect you to a destination wedding at all of the major local sites. They do not have a reception facility, but will make arrangements for you at any restaurant of your choosing.
Mon Bel Ami Wedding Chapel

2) Mon Bel Ami Wedding Chapel

The Mon Bel Ami Wedding Chapel resonates with classic French-provincial charm from the sculpted shrub pathway, to the white column façade, and the old-world, wrought iron street lamps. This quaint, beautifully appointed chapel offers 7 traditional styled wedding packages from $99 to $699, luxury packages up to $1,999, a choice of 2 gazebo services, and Elvis will perform from $349 to $449. Although the chapel is small, Mon Bel Ami offers all of the usual services and can accommodate small receptions of 10 or less guests. This chapel is as cute as they come and if a cozy intimate setting is what you’re looking for, this may fit your needs. Mon Bel Ami’s hours are 9 am to 8 pm Sunday-Thursday, 10 pm on Fridays, and midnight on Saturday.
Graceland Wedding Chapel

3) Graceland Wedding Chapel

With a name like “Graceland” Wedding Chapel, you better have an Elvis package and Graceland doesn’t disappoint on that mark. This small white chapel with the stone clock tower with steeple has helped the likes of Jon Bon Jovi, Billy Rae Cyrus and a host of other celebrities tie the knot. The small chapel offers traditional wedding packages from $199 to $499 and most of them include rose bouquets, professional photography, limousine service to and from your hotel, and an Internet broadcast of your ceremony. And of course there’s the “King” lurking in the wings. This is the classic small Strip chapels and resonates with charm and history. Elvis packages start at $199 for the basic and up to $799 for the “Dueling Elvis’ package. Graceland does not offer reception services, but they will send you off on your honeymoon with a cake. Open daily from 9 am to 11 pm.
A Special Memory Wedding Chapel

4) A Special Memory Wedding Chapel

The largest of the downtown chapels, A Special Memory Wedding Chapel is a New England styled building with a steeple, stained-glass windows, padded pews, and it actually looks like a church. Their menu of wedding packages range from a small civil ceremony to an 85-guest wedding extravaganza. This is full service all the way from their classic Drive Thru experience to Adventure weddings in remote locations. Traditional weddings prices range from $199 to $1,095 for the Grand Wedding package. Adventure weddings range from the Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon for under $1,099, or they’ll whisk you off to the Grand Canyon in a helicopter so you can exchange your vows in one of America’s most beautiful spots for $3,199. Elvis packages run from $489 to $749 and if you’re in a hurry, take advantage of their Drive Thru plans for $199 to $349.
Cupid's Wedding Chapel

5) Cupid's Wedding Chapel

Cupid’s Wedding Chapel has built their reputation on service and value and will build a custom wedding ceremony around pre-existing marriages. Yes, your kids and his kids can all have a hand in your union. All of their packages are centered around a traditional wedding structure and prices begin at $179 for the “You Send Me” package and goes up to the “Ultimate” at $1,399. And I almost forget to mention Cupid’s has two of the most requested Elvis impersonators in the city and prices start at $399 and for $899, Elvis will pick you up at your hotel and chauffeur to the chapel in his Cherry Pink Cadillac. Tom Jones and Austin Powers are also available themes. Cupid’s is also one of the few chapels that will rent you a gown and tux if you need them, and each package can be upgraded to include additional services. This is one of the few small standalone chapels that can host your reception too.
Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel

6) Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel

Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel has added new dimensions to what it means to be a full-service wedding chapel. And they recently were voted “The Best Las Vegas Wedding Chapel,” by Nevada Magazine for the seventh year in a row. With three chapels, a gazebo and a revamped motel, Viva Las Vegas offers anything you could possibly want in a wedding. The main chapel has a vaulted ceiling with stained glass windows and will accommodate 100 guests. The Little Chapel is more intimate and can hold 36 guests. And the Doo Wop Diner Chapel is a blast from the past with a jukebox, checkerboard floor, and a diner-styled counter. Elvis is always front and center, but they offer 20 other theme choices. They also have several reception rooms and can handle up to 100 people. Other features that make this chapel special are: tux and gown rentals, full service salon and photograph studio, a marquee that announces your marriage in lights, and they’ll even arrange your bachelor and bachelorette parties.
A Little White Wedding Chapel

7) A Little White Wedding Chapel

A Little White Wedding Chapel has five chapels to choose from. Your options range from the 25 seat Little White chapel, the 30 seat Chapel of Promises, the 30 seat Chapel L’Amour, the 12 seat Crystal Chapel, and the Tunnel of Love Drive Thru with its beautifully decorated canopy. It’s very popular for bikers who want to get married on their motorcycle. This is one of the only chapels to offer an a la carte menu so you can completely customize your wedding to your particular tastes. And for the adventurous, you can get married in a hot air balloon, or share your wedding with a dozen friends while your limo carries you through the Tunnel of Love for your nuptials. Once hitched, you and your friends take a tour of Las Vegas. And yes, Elvis is available for that special touch of glitz. Notables to marry here are: Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow, Michael Jordan, Judy Garland, Rita Hayworth, Paul Newman, Joan Collins, and Bruce Willis and Demi Moore.
Chapel of the Flowers

8) Chapel of the Flowers

The Chapel of the Flowers is one of the largest chapels on the Strip and can accommodate medium to large weddings. Voted “Best of Las Vegas,” by the local newspaper in 2010, the Chapel of the Flowers has wedding packages from the “Simplicity” at $195, to the “Bella Eleganza” at $10,000 plus. Also available are gazebo weddings, renewal of vows ceremonies, a “Las Vegas Sign” package, and they are happy to arrange off-site weddings such as Lake Las Vegas or the Grand Canyon. The grounds are beautifully landscaped and maintained. They have 3 adorable chapels that will seat 20 to 70 guests, a 20-seat gazebo, and the “Gardens” will accommodate 70 guests. They have an on-site photography studio, a full-service flower shop, limousine service, Internet broadcasts, multi-language ceremonies, and they can provide just about anything you may want to complete your wedding. The Chapel of the Flowers is also equipped for receptions.
A Hollywood Wedding Chapel

9) A Hollywood Wedding Chapel

Although not the most attractive chapel on the Strip, the structure A Hollywood Wedding Chapel occupies was once a 1950’s mob nightclub and hosted all of the “Old Vegas” celebrities. The building was converted to a wedding chapel in 2000. Wedding packages start at $99 and go to $599 for the “Celebrity” package. Elvis will sing at any ceremony for an additional $100. This chapel keeps it simple and is one of the few that rent gowns and tuxedos. Minister fees, $50, are not included in their package prices. Hours: 10am to 8pm daily.
Chapel of the Bells

10) Chapel of the Bells

Chapel of the Bells has been uniting couples for more than 50 years and is one of the more famous chapels on the Las Vegas Strip. They certainly have one of the most recognizable signs. When you’ve been marrying couples since 1957, it’s inevitable that celebrities will seek you out. Notable weddings include, Mickey Rooney, Ernest Borgnine, Pele, Kelly Ripa, and Beverly DeAngelo. The basic “I Do” service starts at $135 and the top of the line is only $495. All of the packages with the exception of the “I Do” provide limo service from your hotel to the Marriage Bureau for your license, then to the chapel, and back to your hotel after you’re married. And all of their package prices include the minister’s fee. This is a very small chapel is “Old Las Vegas” all the way. Keeping it simple and classy in this 25-seat chapel has paid off for this Vegas icon. Hours: Sun – Thurs 9am to 10pm and Fri – Sat 9am to 1am.
Little Church of the West

11) Little Church of the West

If you’re driving into Las Vegas, just past the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign is the adorable Little Church of the West. This quaint, wood-framed chapel with the stone steeple and their fairy tale-like setting won’t disappoint. In operation since 1942, they claim to have married over 150,000 couples, and although the chapel was originally constructed a few miles north, it carries the distinction of being the Strip’s oldest building. The whole structure is barely more than a one room chapel, but they can and will do the job with packages like “Let’s Elope,” the “Lucky in Love,” and the “Forever True.” And in the “Now or Never” package, you walk down the same aisle Elvis and Ann Margret did in the movie, “Viva Las Vegas” and exchange vows while Elvis officiates. The list of celebrities that have married here is record of Hollywood’s who’s who. This chapel does not have reception facilities. Open daily from 8am to Midnight.
Venetian and Palazzo Hotel

12) Venetian and Palazzo Hotel

Very few places on earth evoke the passions of love like Venice, Italy. The Venetian and Palazzo hotels have teamed up to recreate the charm of the canals, plazas, and gardens that Italy is known for, and their attention to the smallest details will punctuate your wedding with flourishes ranging from hand-crafted bouquets to the elegant music of a live string trio or an old world accordion melody. The most intimate and popular package is the Gondola Ceremony. Set sail in your own White Gondola with your betrothed and one guest and exchange your vows before an official Celebrant. After your “I do’s,” the gondolier will serenade you while you float blissfully on one of their canals. Other wedding options include the “Garden Romance,” the “Bridge over the Square,” to their ultimate package, “Dolce Romanza – Sweet Romance,” at $14,950. All of their wedding locations are very romantic and will not disappoint you or your guests.
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Paris Las Vegas

13) Paris Las Vegas

Who’s never dreamed of going to the top of the Eiffel Tower with your lover to cast your gaze on the most romantic city on earth? Now you can do it closer to home and although Las Vegas isn’t Paris, France, it is special nonetheless. All of the Paris Las Vegas wedding packages speak to the sweet fragrance of romance the French made famous and if you’d like to exchange vows on the observation deck of the Eiffel Tower, there are three packages available that range in price from $1,250 to $10,500. This really is one of the most exotic wedding locations in Las Vegas, but due to the small size of the observation deck, the number of guests you can invite is restricted. They also have two darling chapels that can accommodate up to 90 guests. Traditional wedding packages start at $950 and go up from there. And as far as receptions, the Paris Las Vegas is more than equipped to cater events of any size and the food is, how do they say it? Magnifique!
Stratosphere Chapel in the Clouds

14) Stratosphere Chapel in the Clouds

Who says marriage can’t be fun? At the top of the Stratosphere Tower is the Chapel in the Clouds and it’s guaranteed to get everyone’s attention. The Stratosphere has two wedding chapels located just under the observation deck and can handle up to 90 guests. After the ceremony, you and your party are welcome to explore the indoor and outdoor observation decks. They can also cater your wedding reception. But the main attraction at the Stratosphere is exchanging vows at the very top, and nothing beats the view. The price for the “I Do” package starts at a modest $225 and includes champagne, photos, and Tower admission passes for 10 guests. And if marriage at the top of the tallest building West of the Mississippi is exciting enough, let the minister finalize your vows just before the “Big Shot” thrill ride jets you straight up a 160-foot tower generating 4G’s of force. I’ve heard the free-fall back down is just like falling in love, but you’re already there.
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Maverick Helicopter Wedding Tours

15) Maverick Helicopter Wedding Tours

Of course you want your wedding to be the most important day of your life and for those who want to put a little distance between themselves and civilization, Maverick Helicopters is here to create the adventure wedding of your dreams. Their packages and destinations may even exceed your wildest dreams. The most popular trips fly the betrothed and 3 guests to either the Grand Canyon or the Valley of Fire for their “Desert Dreams” or the “Sunset Dreams” wedding packages. Although it’s not cheap, it’s an experience you’ll never forget. They also have several “Vegas-by-Air” wedding packages that take you and your guests on a tour of the city and the Las Vegas Strip. Prices start at $1,099 and their ultimate package at $4,799 whisks you off to Hoover Dam, then over the Grand Canyon, before setting down for a spectacular sunset wedding in the Valley of Fire. Transportation to and from your hotel is included.
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

16) Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

Although the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign is not actually a wedding chapel, more than a few thousand couples have exchanged wedding vows beneath its flashing neon lights. The sign was installed in 1959, was built by the Yesco Company, and it is the quintessential landmark of Las Vegas. The city finally built a parking lot in the median and now access for you and your wedding party is a breeze. Almost every chapel in town will make arrangements for a civil service here so check around for rates and most of them can arrange for Elvis to come along and spice up the event.
Clark County Office of Civil Marriages

17) Clark County Office of Civil Marriages

I wouldn't say that the majority of weddings in Las Vegas happen here with a basic $50 civil service, but plenty of them do. And since the Regional Justice Center, where you have to go to get your wedding license is only a block away, this office has seen it's share of quickies. In fact, they're all quickies, and they are performed by a justice of the peace. You do however have to make an appointment, so if pomp and circumstance are not your thing, welcome to matrimony, civil style. But please be careful. Although you can get a quickie marriage in Las Vegas, a divorce never is. Office hours are 2pm to 6pm Sunday thru Thursday, 8am to 10pm Friday – Saturday.
Mandalay Bay Hotel

18) Mandalay Bay Hotel

Given the multitude of unique attractions at Mandalay Bay, you’d expect them to have a wide variety of wedding themes, and they don’t disappoint. Aside from traditional wedding packages, they offer the bride and groom an opportunity to exchange vows on their sandy beach while the summer sunset ignites the evening sky. And if you add the Elvis package to any ceremony, you and your guests will be whisked off to the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign a few blocks away where you’ll be serenaded and photographed with the King. But the Shark Reef Ceremony takes the prize. Exchange your vows in a glass tunnel surrounded by 1.3 million gallons of seawater while 15 species of sharks watch you tie the knot. Mandalay Bay also hosts weddings near many of their outdoor waterfall lounges and beach cabanas and they can cater receptions no matter what size it is.
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Wynn Weddings

19) Wynn Weddings

When it comes to elegance, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better place to exchange your vows than the Wynn. They’ve left no stone unturned when it comes to crafting the most extraordinary salons to host your most private or lavish wedding ceremony. The Lilac Salon is intimate and seats 65 guests comfortably. The Lavender Salon is just as intimate and will seat 120. The Primrose Court is the most extraordinary of the three. Here your guests will be treated to an idyllic setting nested under a canopy of trees and surrounded by flowers and two fountains. The Wynn spares no expense with services either, from a full florist shop, professional photography, bridal suites, beauty salons, and receptions. The “Elegant Affair” is the most richly appointed ceremony and includes airport pickup, premium champagne, golf, massage, two nights in the Fairway Villa and anything else you could possibly want. It should, because it costs $23,000. All you need to bring is someone willing to say, “I do.”
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Bellagio Hotel

20) Bellagio Hotel

The Bellagio continues to set the standard for excellence. From the outdoor fountains that made them famous, to their masterpiece Christmas exhibit in the conservatory, the Bellagio pursues excellence in everything they do, and their wedding services are no exception. They have two chapels and a Terrazza that overlooks the lake, and they’ll cater to every detail to make your wedding day the special event you’ve always dreamed of. And, this is the only hotel that offers a package designed especially for the man who wants to make a marriage proposal. How romantic is that? Their wedding packages start around $2,000 and go up to $16,000 for the Cosa Bella which includes Swarovski Champagne Crystalline Flutes, a Penthouse Suite for Two Nights with a Lakeview, and just about everything else you can dream of. To say they excel in customer service is to do them a disservice. They are the ultimate.
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