Happy 4th of July, peeps across the Atlantic! This day is (or was, it’s next day here) our 11th Wedding Anniversary, we actually tied the knot in Las Vegas this day in 2006. Now, getting married abroad is not for everyone. But a lot of people do head to LVNV, it still is the Wedding Capital of the world with marriage licences issued 80,000 to 120,000 annually.
As nightlife entrepreneurs we are constantly surrounded by people. We are more or less visible figures and we wanted our wedding to be something more private, small-scale, intimate. Mikaela had also been arranging large wedding events for years, working closely with wedding industry professionals and consumers planning their big days.
Las Vegas is one of our all time favourites and had many options for arranging a wedding. That’s why we chose Sin City. We chose a pretty traditional wedding package (chapel, ceremony, flowers, photos, music, on-line viewing possibility) from Caesars Palace, we had a dinner at Trevi and enjoyed drinks & dancing later. The next day, we took our guests to see “Love” by Cirque du Soleil. Good times!
A lot of people ask about the process of getting Married in Las Vegas, here is a fantastic document on the official stuff to remember by a Clark County Clerk.
There is really no one way to go through the process for all as your nationality counts. What is required from you in Nevada and again, back home. But don’t hesitate to ask us more about our Las Vegas wedding experience!