We’re excited to share news that the Las Vegas Marriage Bureau reopens this week. They’ll resume issuing marriage licenses at the Clark County Marriage Bureau beginning April 27, 2020. Our chapel is now preparing for a Phase 0-1 reopening, which will happen only when Nevada Governor Sisolak determines it is prudent to do so.
As we plan for a careful new beginning, we are implementing new safety protocols for the chapel. We’ll meticulously follow Federal government mandates and CDC guidelines. Our hope is to create weddings that are fun and romantic, but still as safe as we can possibly make them.
First of all, couples seeking marriage licenses will need to pre-register online at the Marriage Bureau. Be sure to follow the procedures outlined there. That will assure a protected experience while obtaining your license. Here’s the link: https://mlic.vegas
What will be new at your Viva Las Vegas wedding:
At the chapel, employees will be wearing masks and gloves. Hand sanitizer will be available in limos and throughout the chapel for staff members, couples and their guests.
Brides, grooms and guests will have their temperatures checked at the door.
We will limit the number of guests to 10, unless they are members of the same household. Remember, live streaming of your ceremony is available in all of our chapels, for friends and family who can’t be here in person.
Payment will be accepted digitally, no cash or checks.
Chapel floors and pews will be marked so that social distancing is made easier during the check-in process, rehearsal and ceremony.
If your wedding includes limo or courtesy car transportation, riders will be limited to four per limo, or two per courtesy car.
In addition to the above safety precautions, a staff member will be designated to oversee the constant sanitation of restrooms, courtesy vehicles and common areas. These procedures will be repeated before each wedding.
We are feeling optimistic and cautiously hopeful as the Las Vegas Marriage Bureau reopens. And, we’ll be delighted to soon resume what we’ve missed most during these weeks of social isolation—sharing the love and joy of your special day. From now on, though, we’ll be adding an extra layer of care. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We are so sorry for all those weddings we’ve had to reschedule during this trying time. See you one day soon!