FAQ

WHAT ABOUT THE LICENSE?

If you are planning a Las Vegas wedding, you won’t be married until RevJo signs the Las Vegas Marriage License.

The information below will assist you in obtaining the license.

  • There is no blood test and no waiting period.
  • You both must go in person and prove your identity (drivers license, passport, social security number, etc.).
  • Cost is $77
  • Address is 201 East Clark Avenue, Las Vegas 89155 – map
  • Phone number is (702) 671-0600
  • Hours: Open 8 to midnight seven days a week including holidays. For more information, Click Here

You will need to fill out the Marriage License Pre-Application online, and it will make the whole process move along more smoothly! Clark County Clerk’s Office

Southwest Vows - MarriageWHAT IS THE COST OF AN OFFICIANT?

The average fee for a quality Las Vegas wedding officiant is $200-$500, depending on whom you choose and what’s included. What’s important is that you choose a wedding officiant you feel a connection with, someone who is trustworthy, and who has great reviews. ReverJo charges between $250 and $400 for ceremonies in Las Vegas; there is a small travel fee for Lake Las Vegas, Mount Charleston, and the Valley of Fire locations (where a permit is required).

If you are hoping to be married elsewhere in the Southwest area, please call RevJo to understand any additional charges.

702-302-6408

Our fee includes an in-person meeting, Zoom or phone consultation, planning tools, and customized ceremony script for your approval, or you can provide us your ceremony script and any rituals you may want, plus get the paperwork recorded with local officials after the ceremony.

It usually takes about a week for the recording to be completed, and on holidays, a bit longer.

REHEARSAL?

Many couples do find it helpful by eliminating the unknown and stress, especially if it is a largely-attended wedding. The location coordinator will usually handle the rehearsal. Primarily, it is about where everyone is positioned in the wedding party.

WHEN SHOULD WE BOOK?

We suggest 10-12 months in advance in order to get your choice of officiants. As soon as your venue and date have been decided, then book your officiant at the same time you book your photographer and videographer. April and October are generally the busiest months in Las Vegas and the Southwest due to the excellent weather.

CAN WE WRITE OUR OWN VOWS?

You should. It’s one of the most memorable days in your lives. Make it truly special with your personal sentiments.  We can decide the best timing and location within the ceremony to make your vows of a lifetime.

TWO PEOPLE STILL NEED A WITNESS

RevJo can serve as your witness, so no worries.

WHAT IF WE ARE TWO DIFFERENT FAITHS?

We can work around any issues that you may have! Let’s have a beautiful wedding!