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31 January

Marriage laws in New Jersey are controlled by New Jersey Permanent Statute 31. Many of New Jersey’s wedding laws are comparable to those of other states. You must have proper identification, such as certified copies of birth certificates, passports, of drivers’ licenses. U.S. Citizens will also be required to provide their Social Security numbers. If […]

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05 December

7 Show-Stopping Proposal Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank Want to pop the question in a big way without breaking the bank? Here are a few creative and inexpensive proposal ideas for you to consider. Words of Affirmation for Those Who Adore Them Love languages have made the rounds in the romance world, so you […]

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14 August

To most people, the phrase “elopement wedding” sounds like a complete contradiction. Weddings are enormous gatherings that include seating charts, cake tastings, and everything in between. Elopements, right? They’re more personal affairs with a few people and no actual planning. Not always, of course. The beauty of an elopement is combining traditional and non-traditional aspects […]

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31 July

We’ve officiated a number of elopement weddings over the years, and these are the most memorable of all the parks in Hudson County. Each has its own particular personality and sense of flair. A permit is not required if you host a small party of 20 or fewer people and are not placing any chairs […]

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29 July

5 Top Reasons an Elopement Ceremony Makes Sense If you’ve ever wondered about an elopement, you’ve probably asked yourself if it’s really worth it and whether it’s better than a traditional wedding. Getting married to your significant other is a special and memorable occasion, so it’s not out of place to ask these questions. Elopement […]

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13 March

Why You Should Consider an Elopement Ceremony There are many reasons why a big wedding just isn’t for everyone, and how eloping just feels right. The elopement ceremony is no longer the clandestine, rushed, and unplanned event that it once was. In 2021 and beyond, eloping is an intimate and very personal way to exchange […]

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26 February

Even if you’re just eloping, it’s not as easy as riding off into the sunset. So, I put together the information needed to get your marriage license in Atlanta.   WHAT TO BRING To begin with, both must be at least 18 years old to apply for a marriage license. The following documents are considered […]

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16 February

Hosting a Virtual Wedding can still be as chic and meaningful as a big day in the real world, it just requires a different approach to planning and a talented officiant! If you have had your wedding plans disrupted or even canceled because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, you’re not alone. Couples across the country […]

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03 February

If you are getting married in person, or virtually, the clerk’s office is closed due to COVID-19. But it’s not all bad news you can still get the marriage license online. It’s a two–step process: The first step is going to the Cupid portal. After 24 hours you can complete the second step by arranging […]

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27 January

Does COVID-19 have you going crazy? Are you thinking about putting off your wedding until God knows when? Well, most of the weddings that we’re part of these days aren’t happening at venues. These are special times We’re living in. Most couples have come to realize that they don’t have to put their lives on […]

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05 September

Hooray, you’re married! Now what? One of the things that have a lot of people confused is changing the last name.  In the United States, there is no right way or wrong way to do this. For illustration purposes let’s marry Lois Lane to Clark Kent. Each keeps their last name as it is. (Lois […]

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