List of the Best Las Vegas Wedding Chapels

Take a look at our 10 favorite Las Vegas wedding chapels and discover the perfect place to say I do. These chapels are beloved for their superb style, fantastic views, and wonderful themes. With hundreds of chapels to choose from picking the top 10 was a very tough task, but we spent countless hours arguing and deliberating to come up with this list. Without further adieu, we present the top 10 Las Vegas wedding chapels.

Wynn Las Vegas has one of the most luxurious wedding chapels in town. The King of Vegas, Steve Wynn, has his fingerprints all over this chapel and that’s a good thing. With two chic indoor wedding chapels, a magnificent outdoor venue, and seven different wedding ceremonies to choose from, the Wynn wedding chapel comes in at number one on our list.

Viva Las Vegas is a western-style adobe chapel, with a genuine bell tower. It has an extraordinary number of theme weddings, which took it all the way to number two on our list. It may have a western style outside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have it your own way on the inside. You can choose from theatrical lighting, smoke effects, sets, and costumed characters. Yes, that includes Elvis and his Blue Hawaii special, complete with hula girls. You can even ride up the aisle with Elvis in a pink Cadillac.

With so many beautiful sites to get married at Mandalay Bay, we just had to put them at number three on our list. They have three indoor chapels with pianos that are played during the ceremony. The chapels are beautifully decorated in rich woods and fabrics. You can also get married overlooking the beach or by a waterfall. There is only one word to describe the chapels at Mandalay Bay and that is classy.

You will be wowed by the gardens surrounding the outdoor chapels at The Little Chapel of the Flowers. That, along with the most professional staff of any independent wedding chapel in Las Vegas, and you have the number four chapel on our list. You will also like the elegant indoor chapels, especially the La Capella wedding chapel.

Our fifth pick was partially an emotional pick. The Little Church of the West is the oldest original structure remaining on the Strip – although, since its 1942 debut, it moved three times, most recently from the grounds of the former Hacienda Hotel to Russell Road. Its weddings have included Angelina Jolie to Billy Bob Thornton, Richard Gere to Cindy Crawford, and even some that worked out. This chapel has a lot of character and we like that.

We go off the strip for our sixth place chapel. I mean way off the strip into the foothills of the Spring Mountains. We chose Siena Golf Club for three reasons. The view, the view, and the view. You can get married overlooking the beautiful Siena Golf Course, Lake Siena, and the Las Vegas Strip.

Being one of the most unique wedding locations in Las Vegas earned the Chapel in the Clouds the number 7 spot on our list. Wedding options include indoor and outdoor observation deck weddings on levels 108 and 109, a private balcony wedding with a view on level 112, and even thrill ride weddings.

Springs Preserve is a place that a lot of people don’t know about, but they should definitely consider. This venue has beautiful gardens and unique architecture, and that is why we put it at number eight on our list. If you are looking for something a little bit more non-traditional for your wedding, this is the place to go. Springs Preserve is a beautiful venue with unique and interesting features as well as amazing views of the Strip.

Cool is the best word to describe the Tropicana’s chapel, and anything this cool deserves to be in the top 10. At number 9 on our list this chapel is decorated in the Tropicana’s island theme. The d├ęcor has an island flare, but is not over the top. The wedding chapel is a free standing structure that sits high above the Tropicana’s pool. The building is tropical and hut like with its grass roof and all wooden structure.

It almost came to blows deciding what chapel would get the final spot on our top 10 list, but after we calmed down it was unanimously decided that the little white wedding chapel offered one of the best values in Las Vegas, not to mention you can say you got married at the same place as Britney Spears, Joan Collins, Michael Jordan, The Who, Blue Oyster Cult, Judy Garland, Demi Moore & Bruce Willis, Mickey Rooney, Sally Raphael, Patty Duke, Frank Sinatra, and Natalie from the Dixie Chicks.