Are you planning on tying the knot in the near future? How would you like your wedding to be a uniquely memorable occasion? Have you considered a Nevada wedding? If so, the first thing to consider is the Nevada wedding laws. Nevada marriage laws are the least restrictive in the entire country. There are no blood tests or waiting periods. However, if you are under 18, you will need parental consent. When you go to the Nevada marriage license bureau, be sure to bring some sort of identification such as your driver's license, passport, state I.D. card or military I.D. card. If you are divorced, you must have a record of the exact date of your divorce. You can purchase your Nevada marriage license at any of the county clerk's offices. All ceremonies must have a witness. However, since Las Vegas is the home of the “quickie ceremony,” if your Nevada marriage decision was a spontaneous idea, most chapels have someone who will volunteer as a witness.
Once you established that you sure that you are adhering to the Nevada wedding laws, you can research the various types of Nevada marriage ceremonies. Fortunately, there are Nevada wedding packages to suite every taste and every budget. Adventurous couples can experience a helicopter wedding. Most of these tours have room for the couple and three guests.
You can also choose from a chapel Nevada wedding, an outdoor wedding, a secular courthouse ceremony or a traditional church service. If you decide on a chapel Nevada wedding, there are some very unique ideas. For example, you can choose from one of the many Vegas wedding packages which have a variety of themes. The "Elvis" chapel Nevada wedding is one of the most popular. However, there are other exciting Vegas wedding packages to choose from. Some companies offer Camelot themed weddings, a 1950s wedding, a doo-wop diner Nevada wedding or an exotic Egyptian Nevada chapel wedding. There are also some Victorian Vegas wedding packages.
The great thing about planning a Nevada wedding is that most of the Las Vegas wedding packages are all-inclusive. This means that your flowers, music, minister, photographer, video and transportation are all included in your Nevada marriage package. Some Vegas wedding packages even include free Internet broadcast!
After your Nevada wedding, you will definitely want to take a Vegas honeymoon. One of the great things about taking a Vegas honeymoon is that thanks to the money that is spent at the casinos by the high rollers, it is quite possible to find some reasonable hotel rates. What can you do on a Vegas honeymoon? The possibilities are endless! Many hotels offer a couple's spa treatment. If you grow weary of the bright lights and gambling casinos, Red Rocks is a romantic 13-mile drive through some breathtakingly beautiful scenic vistas. You can park at the visitor's center and enjoy a hike or a picnic.