Looking for places where you can tie the knot in Nevada!? Check out the list below of the top 6 elopement locations in Las Vegas!
Valley of Fire requires a permit; do plan accordingly. You can follow this guide for a successful elopement at Valley of Fire!
It is important to note that this gorgeous location’s sand will leave colored trails on your dress and suit. Think of it as a souvenir from your epic experience or choose on a different location, keep reading below!
Consider the El Dorado Dry Lake Bed a blank canvas where you can design anything you can imagine.
From having a donut bar, a gorgeous arch for your ceremony, any type of rentals, and a variety of food/drinks to choose from.
Whatever you decide on, just remember to think about the environment, and use decorations that’s environmental friendly.
This secluded location is south of Las Vegas, heading to Boulder City from Henderson.
One of the infamous chapel on the Las Vegas Strip is the A Little White Wedding Chapel!
Many celebrities have married at this chapel like Frank Sinatra, Michael Jordan, Bruce Willis & Demi Moore, Joe Jonas & Sophie Turner along with many other celebrities! It’s popular for its Tunnel of Love and Pink Cadillac as well.
Mt. Charleston is a cool escape during the Las Vegas summer heat. Surprisingly, to some visitors, it’s even a “Winter Wonderland”. The Spring Mountains offer a distinct change in seasons that are not normally found in the Mojave Desert like ours.
With the majestic backdrop of fall colors and beautiful spring wildflowers, your dream wedding can be created at Mt. Charleston.
Pro Tip: Fall and Spring are typically the quieter seasons. Be aware of spotty to no phone service.
The Springs Preserve is located approximately 3 miles west of downtown Las Vegas.
It has an amazing greenery nature walks and displays. It is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
With its Botanical Garden, trails, and colorful landscape, the Springs Preserve is truly a place of beauty. It’s a great and unique setting, found nowhere else in the city! So if you’re looking for a non desert look and style this is the place.
There’s no other location that can better describe Nevada’s desert than Red Rock Canyon.
It offers various spots from low enough to the ground (for the non hikers and heel wearers), to high enough above it, for an astonishing view of Las Vegas.
Pro Tip: Red Rock Canyon requires a permit; plan in advance.
I hope you found this list of the top 6 elopement locations in Las Vegas helpful and some of these made it onto your list!