Weddings in Reno and Lake Tahoe
So you want to tie the knot, do you? Well then, you picked the right place to take the big plunge. Whether you are planning an event for two or for two hundred, whether you want a funky chapel wedding or a formal sit-down service, we have the resources to help you plan the perfect wedding.
Reno has been a hot spot for nuptials for many years, and it's easy to see why. With so many options for the bride and groom, easy access to a marriage license (only $55 and no blood test), chapels open at all hours, top notch accommodations, dining and entertainment, many couples experience little to no stress planning their event.
And what a variety of settings our region offers: the natural beauty of Lake Tahoe provides a stunning backdrop for outdoor and indoor ceremonies; Reno is home to numerous quaint and sometimes outlandish wedding chapels as well as dramatic high desert vistas. From hot air balloons to Lake Tahoe cruises, you can have the ceremony you've always dreamed of.
Whether you want to plan your event from start to finish, or have someone do the legwork for you, you'll find what you're looking for in our Resource Guide.
Wedding Resource Guides
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By Sam Eifling As many as two dozen couples a day tie the knot at the Heart of Reno Wedding Chapel in downtown Reno. On Wednesday evening, Travis and Lori Wells emerged from the chapel as newlyweds, three days before the groom was to make his fourth ESPN Great Outdoor Games appearance in Log Rolling.The ceremony was efficient, with less than five minutes between the playing of "Here Comes the Bride" and the final pronouncement by the ordained minister: "By the power vested in me by the state of Nevada." Ending with, "You may kiss your beautiful bride." Travis obliged.
Photos were taken, first by the dozen or so assembled friends and family, with digital cameras, then by the chapel photographer. Travis and Lori's six-month-old son, Christian, began to fuss at the flashbulbs. Travis lent a crooked finger for Christian to chew on, and when that solution wore off, Lori popped a bottle in the baby's mouth...