The Clark County Commission voted Tuesday to continue an agreement with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to try to boost wedding tourism.
The industry has been somewhat stagnant in recent years, falling significantly during the recession.
In 2016, the county entered an agreement with the overarching tourism agency, and has invested more than $1 million per year in the project since then.
The decline in marriages in the wedding capital of the world mirrors the national trend.
Officials said they are focusing on advertising and information online, targeting couples who are recently engaged and interested in destination weddings.