Wedding safety during COVID-19

Wedding safety during COVID-19

During the COVID-19 Pandemic- We are taking the health and safety of our couples, guests and employees very seriously. So we will be taking every precaution we can and working hard with our couples and staff to provide the safest experience possible. We will only be taking reservations for all of our outdoor scenic wedding locations and the scenic chapel at Nelson Ghost Town for the foreseeable future. 

We will be providing hand sanitizers and cleaning wipes in the limos and we will be giving drivers extra time to clean and sanitize after all weddings.  We encourage couples to know the health conditions of all guest and make the safest decision for everyone possible when deciding who rides in your limo and we recommend limiting it to total 10 or less if possible. We ask that you have no contact with our employees for their safety and the safety of everyone they may have contact with in the future. When at wedding locations we ask you give 6 feet to anyone not with your party.

Our wedding can be very safe and you can have a fun and amazing time while still getting the spectacular wedding photography you want for your special day. So book your wedding today and let’s make your dream wedding happen!

The following are Recommendations from the Las Vegas Wedding Chamber of Commerce.


  1. Wedding Chapel’s will encourage customers to pre-register with the Marriage License Bureau prior to their arrival in Las Vegas.
  2. Staff members will conduct non-invasive temperature checks on each customer and guest (“Guest(s)”) upon entering.
  3. If a Guest’s temperature exceeds 99.9°F they will be directed to stay in an isolated area and not interact with any Staff Member or Guest and will be directed to an appropriate medical care facility. Transportation in their own vehicle or an ambulance called to transport them is recommended.
  4. If a Guest has a high temperature, they may only return to the chapel with

a medical certification confirming they have been tested for COVID-19 or other communicable diseases and properly medically cleared.

  1. Staff Members will accept payments by credit card or other digital payments. Cash payments would be discouraged.
  2. There would be a limit of ten (10) Guests in any single venue unless they live in the same household or traveled together.
  3. Guests will be required to follow CDC rules concerning masks and protective gear.
  1. Guests will hand sanitize upon entering the property.
  2. Guests will be asked to comply with the floor markings and social distancing.
  3. Each Wedding Chapel will designate an employee to be responsible for ongoing sanitizing procedures in accordance with CDC recommendations.
  4. Staff members will minimize personal contact with Guests and documents.
  5. Limos and courtesy transportation vehicles will be thoroughly sanitized prior to each use. Limos will be limited to four Guests, courtesy vehicles limited to two Guests, and Guests will not be allowed to sit in any front passenger seat.
  6. Drivers will comply with current CDC recommendations regarding protective gear.


  1. Staff including the Minister/Officiate will be required to hand sanitize before and after each encounter with any Guests.
  2. Guests will be required to maintain social distancing, except when they live in the same household or are traveling together.
  3. In small areas (less than 100 sq. ft.) such as dressing rooms and small venues, Guests will be limited to immediate household members only.
  4. Witnesses and Minister/Officiates will sign the necessary Documents at a designated area with sanitized or disposable instruments.
  5. In small areas (less than 100 sq. ft.) such as dressing rooms and small venues, Guests will be limited to immediate household members only.
  6.  To the extent, possible Witnesses will be Staff Members to avoid other Guests from handling Marriage documents.


    1. These Procedures and Best Practices Recommendations are expected to be evolving while the State of Nevada and Federal Government mandates and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations are being revised in real-time due to the unknown and ever-changing full nature of the Covid-19 epidemic is understood. It is anticipated that these Procedures will change to meet the requirements of Phase II and Phase III of forthcoming local, state, and federal policies.
    2. Adherence to these Procedures and Best Practices recommendations will greatly enhance the return of legal and essential marriages in Nevada.