New Years Weddings Vegas
Get married in a romantic setting, then see fireworks over the Strip on your wedding night!

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day weddings in Las Vegas are THE most exciting way to get married. Here’s why: You can toast each other at midnight (after the ceremony) on the Las Vegas Strip under a canopy of breathtaking fireworks. About half a million people will be partying with you, and it’s a sight like no other. You will NEVER forget your wedding night, and you’ll never forget your anniversary, either! It’s the most sexy and romantic night of the year in Vegas, and the best way to start a new year and a new life together.

Elvis New Year's weddings
Get married by Elvis on New Year’s at Viva Las Vegas Wedding chapels!

Our Elvis and traditional New Year’s Eve wedding specials start at just $225, including all the basics. You can add-on whatever extras will make your day perfect, or opt for an all-inclusive package or themed wedding with limousine transportation to and from your hotel. (Ask our knowledgeable staff about Strip closures and how to get to the chapel on side streets to avoid traffic if you’re driving here on your own. Limo service may be limited during evening hours.) Favorite themed weddings for New Year’s Eve are the James Bond themed wedding, Gangster themed wedding, or one of our Rock ‘n Roll superstar impersonator weddings. That way, you and your guests can dress to the nines and go straight into clubbing and New Year’s revelry.

James Bond wedding in Vegas
The sultry, sophisticated James Bond wedding looks sharp for New Year’s Eve

Outdoor Garden or Gazebo weddings are popular on New Year’s, for their twinkling white lights and aura of magic by night, and their nostalgic romance by day. You can also choose our 50’s Doo Wop Diner chapel, or our gorgeous Main Chapel for any Elvis, traditional or themed wedding package.

For more information on New Year’s weddings, visit our website to see all the specials and what’s included:

Best wishes for a year of wedded bliss ahead!

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