The Clark County Clerk's Office operates a temporary pop-up marriage license office at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas on February 12, 2018.
The Las Vegas airport has given new meaning to rushing to make a connection, offering quickie wedding licenses for lovebirds desperate to get hitched on Valentine's Day. Clark County, the authority that administers Sin City's weddings, has opened a pop-up marriage license bureau by a baggage carousel at McCarran International Airport. / AFP PHOTO / L.E. Baskow / TO GO WITH AFP STORY,

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Las Vegas airport sets up pop-up chapel for even quicker 'quickie' weddings

Marriage licenses are available beside the airport's baggage carousel

Romance is alive and well in the Nevada desert, and it seems the quicker some couples can have their 'quickie' wedding the better this Valentine's Day.

With couples apparently still streaming in to Sin City to get hitched in fast, no-fuss ceremonies, marriage officials have found an even quicker way to facilitate couples in saying their 'I do's.

To streamline weddings even further, the city notorious for the 'quickie wedding' has set up a pop-up marriage license stall right next to the baggage carousel at the airport.


"Land. Get marriage license. Go to chapel. Get married" the airport announced on their official Twitter account, setting out the four easy steps happy couples need to take to spend a lifetime together as a married pair.

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The Clark County office, set up by the County Clerk, will run the pop-up stall at the McCarran International Airport for one week for those desperate to get hitched in Vegas around Valentine's Day.

The stall cuts out the trip to the marriage license office, meaning couples only need to take a 23 minute ride to the Little White Chapel to say 'I do'.

The desk will open until February 17th and promises to take the fuss out of already arguably no-fuss Vegas weddings.