The gossip grapevine is awash with the story that Alex Reid and Katie Price secretly tied the knot in Las Vegas, and we have to say we’re slightly surprised that they didn’t tell any press about it.
Instead they sloped off to tie the knot in a “private, simple” ceremony in the US resort.
The newlyweds said in a statement: “We are very much in love and look forward to the future together. We can’t wait to get back and celebrate our marriage with our friends and family who we know fully support our wishes.”
If you want to do the same as Alex and Jordan then we’ve put together some tips to help you plan your wedding in Vegas (unless you decide of course to do a Rachel and Ross and do it there and then.)
Tip One: Planning.
Like any wedding abroad, you’ll need to plan the wedding day in advance. Have a browse on the internet and see which chapel you like the look of. Many of the best ones can be found in casino-hotels.
Tip Two: Book it.
Once you’ve found your ideal venue find out if the date and time you want for the ceremony are available and book it as well as your flights and accommodation. If you want to invite friends and family nows the time to tell them.
Tip three: Clothing
There’s nothing that you can’t get over in Vegas so consider renting your grooms suit from the resort (this will save extortionate hire charges from the UK). You may also want to wait to get your frock depending how many days you have in Vegas before the big day.
Tip four: Just before and on the big day
Arrive a day early to get your marriage license at the Clark County courthouse downtown.
Like any wedding you’ll need ID. On the day turn up and enjoy the day.