This romantic spot will transport those about to wed to a floral dreamland. Venues include the legendary Victorian Chapel (holds 30 people), the blinged out Magnolia Chapel, which has room for 20, and the fantasy that is the Glass Gardens (holds 88 people). The staff also offers to organize your wedding at unique locations, like the High Roller Ferris Wheel and Valley of Fire.
Whether you are having a shotgun wedding or are planning the most opulent nuptials imaginable, Sin City is the perfect place to say “I do.” You can tie the knot in a penthouse, in a Cadillac while driving around town, with Elvis presiding over your ceremony and even in the middle of nature—just consult our list of the best Las Vegas wedding chapels and venues to find the perfect location. Make sure to book a suite at the best Las Vegas hotels for your first night as a wedded couple and spend the next day pampering yourselves at the best spas in Las Vegas (after devouring the best brunch in Las Vegas, of course).