Weddings in Nevada - everything you need for your Nevada wedding

About Weddings in Nevada

Nevada is renowned for hosting one of the world’s most famous man-made phenomenons - a glittering city, showcasing its decadence and wealth, right at the heart of the Nevada desert.

Las Vegas is the dazzling icon of America’s entertainment industry. It is known across the world for its 24-hour casinos, glamorous showcases, opulent hotels and the iconic Las Vegas strip.

In terms of weddings, well, the glitz and glamour of Vegas is perfectly in tune with the occasion. In fact, around 120,000 weddings take place in Las Vegas every single year. It’s no wonder that it’s earned the nickname of the marriage capital of the world.

Of course, there’s The Little Vegas Chapel, the cute Graceland Wedding Chapel (which has been in the wedding biz for over 50 years, and even hosted Johnny Depp’s wedding), the Little Church of the West, or the Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel, positioned right in the heart of it all, on the Vegas strip.

But if you’re not much of a gambler, don’t be fooled into thinking that that’s all Nevada has to offer.

You and your partner could take a tour of the mesmerising Death Valley National Park. This stunning natural landscape includes Telescope Peak, Dante’s View, and even the Devil’s Golf Course (you’ll soon realise why it’s called that).

All these nude, earthy tones make an incredible backdrop for a wedding ceremony. It lends itself to a dramatic effect, which makes the whites in the dress and decor pop.

Or, if you want to give your National Park wedding a little touch of traditional glamour, The Oasis at Death Valley provides a magnificent historic-yet-chic location. The traditional in contains all the luxuries that you and your guests would hope for, while giving you panoramic views of the rugged landscape and the breathtaking night skies.

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