Minimum residency period prior to marriage: 1 day
Minimum age: 18
Minimum suggested stay in Las Vegas : 5 nights
Weddings take place: Monday – Sunday (depending on wedding venue)
Valid original 10-year IRELAND / UK passport
If you have been divorced, decree absolute.
If you have been widowed, the original copy of your partner's death certificate.
If you have changed your name, the original copy of the deed poll
If you were adopted, the original copy of your adoption certificate.
Before you travel:
We do not require any documents to be sent in advance. However, please note that the Las Vegas Court House is requiring all couples to complete the pre-marriage application online before arrival. Here is a link to do the online application :
Legally you could get married the same day as you arrive! However, we recommend you have a couple of days to get used to any time change and orient yourselves. Getting married in Las Vegas could not be easier. The first thing you'll need is a marriage license from the Marriage Bureau, prior to your ceremony as this is not included in the wedding package. You need to do this prior to the wedding day due to schedules and time constraints. Please don’t worry though as this is very easy. The licence fee is just $77 (subject to change). Total duration is 3.5 hours (hotel to hotel). *Private helicopter for a party of up to 4, including the Minister & photographer (weight restrictions may apply)
Your private helicopter has room for the Bride and Groom, two wedding guests, Wedding photographer and your Wedding Minister. If you would like to have a second helicopter for your friends and family (party of 5) we can arrange this for you.
When you get there:
Depending on the wedding venue and wedding package booked, you may be required to obtain the wedding licence on arrival (US$77) and to contact the wedding venue to advise them of your arrival. Full details will be sent in your wedding confirmation letter.
For residents outside the United States, we strongly recommend that the clients contact their local government agency or a consulate to obtain the requirements necessary for the marriage to be legally and lawfully recognized in their respective country. For non U.S. citizens, some foreign countries require a copy of the marriage license and/or an apostille to register a marriage. It is suggested that non U.S. citizen’s check with their local officials for special documents needed to ensure their marriage is recognized in their country. In most cases when you collect your licence, please ensure you ask about a certified marriage certificate.
ALL ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS MUST BE TAKEN WITH YOU WHEN YOU TRAVEL
As Tropical Sky weddings have no jurisdiction over hotels/resorts/venues/legal requirements and their charges, we cannot be responsible for any increases or changes to these wedding arrangements. We will, however, endeavour to advise you of changes as soon as we are made aware of them.