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Going to the Chapel

By Sensi Staff
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People still believe in love, and they are flocking to get married in Las Vegas, the Wedding Capital of the World. In fact, there was a 27 percent increase in marriage licenses issued this past Valentine’s Day from the previous year, according to Clark County Clerk Lynn Goya, who oversees the Marriage License Bureau, a division of the Clerk’s Office.

“One-of-a-kind dates like 4/3/21 are always immensely popular with more to come as we enter the last year of the decade with palindrome weeks,” says Goya.

Couples can expect a palindrome week in December 2021 lasting 10 consecutive days with a synchronicity of dates from 12/1/21 through 12/11/21. The final palindrome ends on Dec. 22, 2021 (12/22/21).

The Las Vegas Wedding Chamber of Commerce has been an aid to members and the industry throughout the pandemic.

“We work with the local chapels and venues and participated in creating a re-opening plan focusing on the health and safety of guests as well as our wedding professionals. Lead by our Government Affairs Chair, Maria Romano, we have also held calls with many public officials to help our peers better understand restrictions placed on our industry, relay questions, and find answers,” says Jason Whaley, President of the Las Vegas Wedding Chamber of Commerce and Owner of Smash Booth.

Even with COVID-19 cases easing up in Nevada, you can still have a micro-wedding, with less than 50 guests, or an intimate “minimony” with 10 or fewer guests.


Clark County Marriage Information /
Las Vegas Wedding Chamber of Commerce /