The Neon Museum and Boneyard is a collection of old neon signs from throughout Vegas's history. And, naturally, you can get married there. May your marriage be the opposite of these signs, and never flicker out.
Want to have a wedding ceremony performed by the King of Rock and Roll? In Vegas, you've got options, including Graceland Wedding Chapel (pictured), Viva Las Vegas Weddings, and an Elvis theme at Viva Las Vegas chapels. Unfortunately, if you want an Elvis Costello-themed wedding, you'll have to look a little harder.
Outside, The Venetian hotel and casino has a lake with its own gondolas (naturally). And through The Venetian's wedding chapel, you can get married while you go for a ride. It's almost as good as getting married in the real Venice and better than getting married at an Olive Garden.
One of the many themed weddings offered through Viva Las Vegas is theTom Jones Wassup Pussycat Themed Wedding, officiated by a Tom Jones impersonator named Harnik. This kind of ceremony would seem bizarre in other parts of the country, but in Vegas, it's not unusual.
If you and your special someone like The Godfather or other mob-related things, you can get married at Vegas's Mob Museum. Just like the mob, this is a marriage you'll never be able to get out of, even if you wanted to.
Many wedding chapels in Vegas also offer helicopter rides, so you can get married and then take a chopper above the Vegas strip, or even take a 30 minute ride and land at the Grand Canyon. Hopefully they don't also make you give traffic reports while you're up there.
Couples who love 007 can have a James Bond wedding, also from Viva Las Vegas. The ceremony comes with a Bond-impersonator wedding official, a Bond girl singing "Diamonds Are Forever," a sports car entrance, and more. No word on if the Bond impersonator is replaced by another Bond impersonator every five minutes or so.
The New York New York Casino has its own roller coaster outside the building, and for $600-$700, you can get married while you ride. Unfortunately, the roller coaster is not an appropriate place for your wedding night.
Many companies in Las Vegas allow you to get married right in front of the iconic "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign. Which may mean you're not technically getting married inside of Vegas, which also means your marriage isn't forced to stay in Vegas.
Another wedding from Viva Las Vegas is the Alice Cooper Themed Wedding, officiated by an Alice impersonator who also sings two songs. Because if you're "18" and you "don't know what you want," maybe what you want is to get married.
Vegas's Treasure Island Hotel & Casino lets you get married aboard a pirate ship, complete with actual (people dressed as) pirates! And if you're a couple that really likes to get into the spirit of things, you can steer the ship over to Circus Circus and try to take it over.