Frequently Asked Questions


1. What makes your chapel different from all the others?
2. What is a free standing wedding chapel?
3. What do I need to get married in Las Vegas?
4. Can I get married without a marriage license?
5. Can I bring a marriage license from another state?
6. How do we make reservations?
7. How soon do I need to make reservations?
8. Do you perform Renewal of Vows Ceremony(Wedding Blessings)?
9. Do you offer Limousine Service?
10. Can I book additional limos or provide transportation for our guests?
11. How much is your deposit?
12. When do I need to get a marriage license?
13. When do we receive our pictures?
14. Can I order more pictures from what is included in your package?
15. When do I receive our DVD?
16. Do you offer rides to the courthouse?
17. How much is your Minister's Fee?
18. How does your web broadcast service work?
19. Can we take our own photos/video inside the chapel?

Outside Chapel

Stained Glass


1. What makes your chapel different from all the others?
Although there are many wedding chapels, our quaint wedding chapel is one of the few free standing wedding chapels in Las Vegas located on The Strip. Coupled with our exemplary customer service, and competitive prices, we can offer an unforgettable experience at a reasonable price.
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2. What is a free standing wedding chapel?
A free standing wedding chapel is not connected or attached to a casino, hotel, or strip mall. A building resembling the look of a chapel that is exclusively used for weddings and wedding services.
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3. What do I need to get married in Las Vegas?
The first thing you'll need is a marriage license issued by the state of Nevada. The cost for the marriage license is $60 cash and you will need 1 form of I.D., a driver's license, passport, or birth certificate. There are no blood tests or waiting periods and once you get the marriage license, you're ready to get married. For more information about the marriage license, please click here.
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4. Can I get married without a marriage license?
Unfortunately, without a marriage license, you can not get married.
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5. Can I bring a marriage license from another state?
If you are getting married in Las Vegas, you will need a marriage license issued by the state of Nevada.
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6. How do we make reservations?
You can either stop by the chapel, call the chapel and make reservations by phone, or submit an online reservation through our web site. Here's a link:
Reservation's Page
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7. How soon do I need to make reservations?
That's entirely up to you. As a rule of thumb, the sooner you make reservations, the more options you'll have for availability. So I always recommend to our couples to make reservations as soon as your trip to Las Vegas is confirmed. This way you'll have more options.
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8. Do you perform Renewal of Vows Ceremony(Wedding Blessings)?
Absolutely...Renewal ceremonies have become more and more popular. Here's a link to our Renewal of Vows Page.
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9. Do you offer Limousine Service?
Yes, we can provide a courtesy limousine to select hotels. But limo service is based on availability and certain conditions. Please check with your Consultant for availability and details.
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10. Can I book additional limos or provide transportation for our guests?
Unfortunately, we can only extend one limo per wedding, but there are several independent limo services available in Las Vegas. Here's a link to a web site that can provide you with several choices and will also provide you with a quote from several companies. Just pick the one that suits your needs the best:
Find limo service
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11. How much is your deposit?
We collect a $100 nonrefundable deposit to confirm reservations($350 deposit for the Concert with the King & Dueling Elvis packages). The balance is due upon arrival to the chapel.
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12. When do I need to get a marriage license?
You need to obtain a marriage license prior to your wedding. And I would recommend getting your marriage license as soon as possible, since lines at the Marriage Bureau can be in excess of 1 hour.
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13. When do we receive our pictures?
Our photos are taken digitally. After we complete your photo session, your photos are posted on a web site for you to review. You will be provided with a username and password to view your pictures, and an order form to order the photos included in your wedding package.
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14. Can I order more pictures from what is included in your package?
Absolutely. You can purchase additional photos online through the web site you preview your photos.
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15. When do I receive our DVD?
You will receive the DVD right after your ceremony.
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16. Do you offer rides to the courthouse?
Unfortunately, due to the unpredictable lines at the Marriage Bureau, we are unable to provide transportation to the License Bureau. It is recommended to get your marriage license a day or two in advance, or as soon as possible.
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17. How much is your Minister's Fee?
Our Minister's fee is $60, payable in cash, directly to your Minister after your ceremony.
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18. How does your web broadcast service work?
Our web broadcast service is not live. Weddings are usually uploaded within 24 hours after your wedding. A DVD is also requried when ordering the web broadcast service, so you will need to either select a package that includes the DVD, or have the DVD prepurchased. Just log onto our web site: www.gracelandchapel.com & click on "see your wedding online", type in either the Groom's name, Bride's name, or Date of wedding.
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19. Can we take our own photos/video inside the chapel?
Unfortunately, the chapel does not allow photos/video taken inside the chapel, but you are more than welcome to take your own photos/video outside the chapel, in our courtyard.
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