The 5 craziest Vegas weddings
If you’re all about non-conventional weddings, you should seriously consider eloping to Las Vegas. I know it sound rather cliche, but in fact, there are many ways in which you can have an extraordinary wedding in Sin City.
With more than 80,000 couples coming to Las Vegas every year to get married, amongst many other reasons because it’s just easy and they can also enjoy the trip. To get married in Vegas all you need is to be at least 18 years old, a marriage license and some cash for the county’s clerk office.
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So, if you already eloped and you want to really take things to a whole new level, this list will show you a few wedding ideas that you might want to consider.
- Roller Coaster Wedding
If you’re an adrenaline junkie but you think jumping from a plane might be a bit too much or simply too cliche, you might want to check out the Big Apple Coaster at New York-New York hotel.The wedding ceremony is held on the platform before you and your new spouse are strapped into the seats of this stomach twisting roller coaster. Then you can recite your vows to each other -if you can– whilst on the coaster keeps you doing corkscrews through a 144-foot drop and a 180-degree heart line spiral. The ceremony costs between $600 and $700 USD.
- Underwater Wedding
Although you need to be at least pre-certified in scuba diving, you can get married in the 117,000-gallon saltwater aquarium of the Silverton Resort, surrounded by 4,000 colorful fishes.A safety team and full gear are provided. You can wear your traditional attire, after the groom’s jacket and the bride’s dress and veil have been weighted. Naturally, you’ll get mermaids instead of bridesmaids and the prices of the wedding packages starts at $5,000 and includes a one-night hotel stay along with the underwater ceremony rehearsal.
- Mobster Wedding
if you love vintage stuff and the Godfather, a mafia-style wedding at The Mob Museum (also known as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement) could be perfect for you.The venue was originally built in 1933, and ceremonies are often held in the second-floor courtroom where the famous Kefauver Committee hearings to expose organized crime took place. After the ceremony, you and your guests can mix and mingle right in front of exhibits that include the St. Valentine’s Day Wall where a gang was massacred in Chicago and the barber chair where Albert Anastasia was sitting when he was murdered in New York City. The cost of the wedding packages range from the Daytime Quick Wedding to The Big Italian Wedding, with all the glitz of fedora hats and an Italian-themed buffet. You will also receive a logo Mob Museum bottle of Cabernet and a souvenir wedding certificate signed by former mob lawyer and mayor Oscar Goodman.
- Neon Wedding
The Neon Museum has an outdoor exhibition area called the Boneyard, which is home to more than 150 historical and artistically important signs. And you can get married surrounded by these historic pieces near a restored Wedding Information sign, the space-age Stardust sign or the Moulin Rouge sign whose dismantled letters spell out “in love”.The prices of your wedding start at $450 USD.
- Rockstar Wedding
The Tropicana offers a rockstar wedding package that starts at $1,399 USD. Your wedding officiate will be Paul Shortino, an ’80s icon and former front man of Quiet Riot, who now stars in the Tropicana’s headlining show “Raiding the Rock Vault.” With your wedding package, you’ll get VIP tickets to “Raiding the Rock Vault,” along with lots of extras sure to rock your world – like limo service, rock ’n’ roll ceremonial music and much more.