Based in Las Vegas, NV, Amour Ceremony by Catherine Bachir is a wedding officiant business.Owner Catherine has been a certified wedding planner since 2013 and a wedding officiant since 2019. She specializes in officiating weddings, elopements, vow renewals and can also offer her ceremonies in French. Catherine believes that each couple is unique and deserves a distinctive ceremony that reflects their love story. She loves being such a special part of her couples days and is happy to guide them through the process together. Catherine’s fee for her ceremony services is $400 and comprises unlimited calls and a selection of a personalized wedding scripts. At no extra cost, she can also bring a copy of the wedding certificate after the big day. Marriage certificates are $20 per copy and can also be ordered online. Catherine would be honored to help make your wedding dreams come true. Catherine can also help you with partial planning if you're needing help finding reliable vendors. Catherine will always make sure to find you the best prices and quality possible. Additional Information Licensing and Fees (visit the Clark County Marriage License Bureau) The marriage license costs $102. Couples may pay with cash or a credit card. They may not pay with traveler’s checks, personal checks, or business checks. The cost of a marriage certificate which will be given to you by your officiant, cost & $20 ( per copy.) You can also order your wedding certificate online. Witness Only one witness is required in Las Vegas. They must also be at least 18 years of age. If a witness is under 16, an appointment from a legal guardian will need to sign the consent form. International marriage Couples from outside the United States can be married in Las Vegas. Most countries will want a certified copy of your marriage certificate from the County Clerk's Office and an Apostille from the Nevada Secretary of State Las Vegas Wedding Requirements ID, such as a passport or driver's license, along with your birth certificate and social security card, works if you don't possess a passport or driver's license. To be eligible, both parties must be at least 18 years old and have consented to the marriage. Same-sex marriage has been legally recognized in the U.S. State of Nevada since October 9, 2014. I'm really looking forward to being part of your special day!