Las Vegas is a popular wedding destination. There are places to get married other than the Las Vegas Strip.
"Wedding dresses and their tuxedos, machine guns, we get really great pictures. It's a lot of fun," said Felecia Shirley, a spokeswoman for The Gun Store.
The Gun Store has hosted weddings for a few years. A couple can get married in the chapel and then shoot targets as husband and wife.
"Everyone gets really excited. It's all smiles. People think it's silly, but still very enthusiastic about it," said Shirley.
If guns aren't your thing, how about getting married alongside breakfast food?
Some people choose to get married at Denny's on Fremont Street. There's also the Mob Museum and the Neon Museum as options.
The number of weddings typically rises in Las Vegas around Valentine's Day. Last year Clark County issued more than 1,700 marriage licenses in February.