Christian: A Christian beautiful ceremony is a ceremony with emphasis as Christ at the center of your marriage; an expression of worship, reflecting joy, celebration, community, respect, dignity and love; a testimony of your live before God, demonstrating your Christian values. These ceremonies generally include prayers and scripture readings.
Traditional: Traditional wedding vows are foundational wedding vows found in every culture and religion around the world. They are the basis for the declarations of faith, love and commitment that marrying couples share with each other. In many cases they are cornerstones to your own custom marriage vows and an inspiration to help you build on the things you want to express from your heart one-to-another.
A Non-denominational Ceremony is typically Christian however it can also be spiritual. The main differentiation is that it does not adhere to any particular denomination (Catholic, Baptist, etc) These ceremonies may have Christian and/or contemporary readings and inserts.
Interfaith/intercultural Ceremonies incorporate traditions, blessings and/or prayers from more than one faith or culture, for example Buddhist or Christian elements, African, Jewish or Hispanic cultures, etc.
A Spiritual Ceremony is a ceremony that often incorporates traditions, blessings, and/or prayers of non-Christian faiths or couples that consider themselves to be spiritual but do not attend a particular church or affiliate with one particular belief.
A Civil Ceremony is a ceremony that doesn’t reference God or any other spiritual deity. Civil ceremonies may have traditional or contemporary readings or poems and there are no prayers or blessings.
A Civil Wedding Ceremony is available for those who do not have a church affiliation or perhaps getting married again and do not want a traditional ceremony. Civil ceremonies can be performed in a judge’s chambers, registrar’s/lawyers office, by the Captain of a ship or venue of your choice, depending on the area in which you wish to get married in. Different laws apply to different states and countries and you can usually find out most of the information from the local court house or City Hall where you wish to be married.
COMPLETE THE ON-LINE MARRIAGE PRE-APPLICATION
BEFORE COMING IN TO GET YOUR MARRIAGE LICENSE!
Couples using the online Pre-Application, should bring their Reference Number and required identification/documentation to an EXPRESS WINDOW at the main Marriage Bureau in Las Vegas, or to a Marriage Services Clerk at one of our outlying locations in order to obtain your marriage license. Your Pre-Application will be kept in our system for sixty (60) days.
Where do you apply for a “Las Vegas Marriage License”?
Las Vegas Marriage Bureau
201 Clark Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89155-1603
PLEASE NOTE: ALL LAS VEGAS MARRIAGES ARE RECORDED BY AND LEGALLY ADMINISTERED BY THE CLARK COUNTY MARRIAGE BUREAU, WHICH IS PART OF THE CLARK COUNTY RECORDERS OFFICE””, CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA, USA. LAS VEGAS IS IN CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA.
CLARK COUNTY (Las Vegas) MARRIAGE
Marriage Information: (702) 671-0600
Las Vegas Marriage Bureau Hours
Monday through Thursday
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 (Midnight)
Friday 8:00 a.m. to Sunday 12:00 (Midnight)
Holidays Open 24 hours