Wedding Planners Pennsauken NJ

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Affairs To Remember
(856) 482-5646
PO Box 8563
Cherry Hill, NJ
 
Carolyn E. Verdi
(215) 925-2997
757 S. 8th Street
Philadelphia, PA
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Carolyn E. Verdi
(215) 925-2997
918 Pine St.
Philadelphia, PA

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Brilliant Affairs
(267) 257-8083
3405 Ryan Avenue
Philadelphia, PA
 
All About You Experience
(267) 251-3148
1147 E. Price St
Philadelphia, PA
 
Beautiful Beyond Dreams
(267) 255-7392
PO Box 63672
Philadelphia, PA
 
Cate's Parties
(856) 912-7797
PO Box 4733
Cherry Hill, NJ
 
Brian Alyn Associates
(215) 873-5669
3751 Ridge Ave
Philadelphia, PA
 
CELEBRATIONS! By Vivian
(856) 229-7727
200 E. Evesham Rd
Cherry Hill, NJ
 
Ardent Meeting & Event Management
(610) 624-4596
22 Union Avenue
Bala Cynwyd, PA
 
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It’s a Nice Day for a Green Wedding!

As wedding season approaches, I thought I would share some pearls of wisdom with bubbling brides-to-be; ) As some of you may or may not know, I was a wedding and event planner for many years. And as of a few months ago, I planned & put on my own wedding! I took what I learned over my years in the biz and put it all together with our limited budget to host the most eco-friendly and affordable weddings I had ever planned. If I do say so myself, it was quite beautiful and I missed none of the elements that come with a large and expensive event. So I figured I would share some insider tips and secrets with you in the case that you or someone you know is headed down the aisle and is frantic about finances and/or their carbon footprint ; )

  • Plan Ahead & Be Flexible - I’ve planned many weddings within all kinds of time frames. From a couple of years to a couple of weeks. Depending on the size and style of your wedding, you may only need a few months but I typically advise on a year. Especially if you are looking for a specific date or venue, in which case I advise 18 months. This is why I say, be flexible. More often then not, the perfect date and/or venue will not be available at the same time so be sure to have options. And a lot of times, getting 1 and or both come at a premium cost. Consider an off day like a Friday or a Sunday, as well as an off season date. Many venues have lower rates on off days and seasons so try to plan around those dates to get the best possible rate in your dream location. Also, think outside of the box. Traditional venues come with many rules and stipulations that can either jack up the cost of your day or force you to use vendors that aren’t at the top of your list. In my instance, we chose to do our ceremony at a park overlooking the ocean. We had our guests stand, created an aisle with flower petals and let the scenery be our decor. Price tag – $0. Afterward we had some champagne with our guests, sent them on their way to dine and freshen up while we took our photos, making it back home just in time for our backyard reception. Lucky for us we have a fun patio complete with a tiki bar but if you’re looking for affordable, consider asking a friend to use their house or yard for the reception. It can be their wedding gift to you. Stringing up some market lights will do wonders to a backyard, making it look simple and elegant for the cost of dinner & a movie, if not less. We saved time, a ton of money, frustration and added to our eco-karma by not renting chairs or having anything delivered. So again, be flexible with your times, dates, themes, etc. because you may be surprised at how great it turns out if you give yourself some options ; )
  • Pool Your Resources & Get Creative – There are many elements to a wedding: flowers, music, dresses, food, photos, videos and on and on. And having been a part of the wedding world for almost a decade, I will tell you that as...

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Summer Lovin’

If you haven’t noticed, summertime is wedding time. One of my many hats is that of a wedding planner so I definitely get my fill come fall be it from working them or going to them ; ) And it is very difficult to stay healthy at such events but have no fear as the healthy, voyaging, event planner is here to help ; )

The trip is exhausting enough as flights or road trips are an excuse to eat fast and convenient. Then you get to the hotel and eat a nice, expensive, in room meal that is most likely greasy and eaten at an ungodly hour. Fast forward to wedding day where you spent all morning getting ready so all you had was coffee and maybe a starchy bagel. You arrive at the glorious event famished so you gorge on hors d’oeuvres and alcoholic beverages. You pick at your lame and tasteless chicken or fish or for us veggies, cold pasta, and you feel like a cow come the bouquet toss. Sound familiar?

Here are a few tips to keep your trip to, at and from the festivities enjoyable and guilt free:
∗ Pack enough protein bars for the flight/ride, wedding day and trip home. Cliff bars and Luna bars are yummy and Vegan!!
∗ If you are stuck at an airport, there is always a food court that has some kind of place to get a sandwich or a salad that you can order your way. Smoke may come out of the fast food person’s ears but just ask and they will do it with proper instruction. I know it’s easy to run to Mcd’s but take an extra few minutes to scour your terminal. A lot of ports have “Chili’s to gos” now and you can great a salad there or my personal fave, a black bean burger with all the fixin’s (sans cheese). If you are running late, don’t!!! Plan ahead, eat breakfast and get there on time!!
∗At the hotel, try to resist temptation and instead of ordering room service, find the local grocery store, get a cheap cooler and stock up with veggies, fruit and sandwich stuff for dinner and breakfas...

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NJ Wedding Laws

37:1-13 Authorization To Solemnize Marriages 37:1-13. Each Judge Of The United States Court Of Appeals For The Third Circuit, Each Judge Of A Federal District Court, United States Magistrate, Judge Of A Municipal Court, Judge Of The Superior Court, Judge Of A Tax Court, Retired Judge Of The Superior Court Or Tax Court, Or Judge Of The Superior Court Or Tax Court, The Former County Court, The Former County Juvenile And Domestic Relations Court, Or The Former County District Court Who Has Resigned In Good Standing, Surrogate Of Any County, County Clerk And Any Mayor Or The Deputy Mayor When Authorized By The Mayor, Or Chairman Of Any Township Committee Or Village President Of This State, And Every Minister Of Every Religion, Are Hereby Authorized To Solemnize Marriage Between Such Persons As May Lawfully Enter Into The Matrimonial Relation; And Every Religious Society, Institution Or Organization In This State May Join Together In Marriage Such Persons According To The Rules And Customs Of The Society, Institution Or Organization. New Jersey Marriage Laws Are Governed By New Jersey Permanent Statute 31. Many Of The Requirements Of New Jerseys Wedding Laws Are Similar To Other States. In Order To Obtain A Marriage License, You Must Have Appropriate Identification Such As Certified Copies Of Birth Certificates, Passports Or Drivers' Licenses. United States Citizens Will Also Need To Furnish Their Social Security Numbers. If You Are Under The Age Of Eighteen, You Must Have Your Parents Consent To The Marriage In Front Of Two Witnesses. If You Are Under The Age Of Sixteen, Judicial Consent Is Necessary. The Fee For A Marriage License Is $28. If You Have Been Previously Married, You Must Supply The County Clerk With A Copy Of Your Divorce Decree If It Has Been Finalized In The Last Thirty Days, Or A Copy Of The Death Certificate Of Your Former Spouse If Your Spouse Passed Away In The Last Thirty Days. The Wedding Officiant Will Be Required To Furnish His Or Her Ordination Papers To The County Clerk As Well As His Or Her Current Contact Information. Covenant Marriages And Proxy Marriages Are Not Permitted According To New Jersey Wedding Laws Though Marriages Between First Cousins Are Permitted. The Ulc Monastery Strongly Advises That Its Ministers Check With The Local County Clerk Where You Intend To Perform A Marriage Ceremony For Any County-Specific Requirements. There Is No Residency Requirement To Marry In New Jersey For The Bride, Groom Or An Online Ordained Minister; Ulc Monastery Ministers From Outside New Jersey Are Thus Free To Perform Ceremonies There. However, If Either The Bride Or Groom Are Residents Of New Jersey, The Couple Should Obtain A Marriage License In The County Where The Bride Lives. If The Bride Is Not A Resident, According To New Jersey Wedding Laws The Couple Must Apply For A Marriage License In The County Where The Groom Lives. If Neither Are Residents Of The State, Obtaining A Marriage License From The County Clerk Where The Ceremony Will Be Held Is Acceptable. Military Personnel Are Considered To Be Residents In The County Where They Are Posted. After The Wedding License Is Issued, There Is A Three Day Waiting Period. Re-Marriages Or Renewal Of Vows Are Exempt From The Three Day Waiting Period. New Jersey Permanent Statutes 37:1-13 Governs The Legal Authorization To Solemnize Marriages And Civil Unions. The Following Is An A Partial Rendition Of This Statute As It Pertains To Wedding Officiants: "Judges Of A Federal District Court, United States Magistrates, Judges Of A Municipal Court, Judges Of The Superior Court, Judges Of A Tax Court, Retired Judges Of The Superior Court, Judge Or The Superior Or Tax Court Who Has Resigned In Good Standing, Any Mayor/Deputy Mayor Or Chairman Of Any Township Committee, Village President Of New Jersey, County Clerks, And Every Minister Of Every Religion." Notice That Any Ordained Minister Of "Every" Religion May Officiate Weddings According To New Jersey Laws; The Universal Life Church Is Thus Shoe-Horned Into Being Legally Recognized In New Jersey As A Result. Wedding Officiants Must Send Marriage Certificates To The New Jersey Department For Public Health In Trenton, New Jersey Within Thirty Days Of The Ceremony. New Jersey Was One Of The First States To Legalize Gay Marriage In The Form Of Domestic Partnerships. Domestic Partnerships Give Same-Sex Couples Many Of The Same Rites As Heterosexual Couples. The Domestic Partnership Act Was Enacted In January Of 2004 By The New Jersey Legislature. It Provides Inheritance, Property Rites And Limited Healthcare Benefits Between Same-Sex Couples Or Couples Who Are Sixty-Two Years Old Or Older And Living Together As Domestic Partners. The Two Partners Must Document Shared Financial Obligations By Furnishing Proof Of A Joint Deed, Mortgage, Bank Account Or Life Insurance Policy To The County Clerk. Same Sex Wedding Law: Allows Gay Civil Unions ( View Ruling ) To Perform A Marriage In New Jersey You Need To Be Ordained And May Be Required To Provide Proof Of Ordination Such As An Ordination Credential , Wallet Credential , Or A Letter Of Good Standing From The Church.