Couples who are getting married in Delaware and planning a wedding and reception in the state will love these all inclusive wedding packages information.
Plan a ceremony by the ocean with family and friends.
Then celebrate at an outdoor reception.
After the honeymoon night, get out and explore the Delaware attractions together.
Exchange your vows on the sand beach with the ocean waves gently cascading to shore in the background.
Enjoy the picture perfect day of your lives as you become husband and wife in this beautiful state.
Boardwalk Plaza Hotel offers couples weddings by the Atlantic ocean or on the boardwalk, and receptions in their banquet halls for 20 to 120 guests. They also have a honeymoon package for the newlyweds.
Sea Witch Manor Inn offers you ceremony venues from certain rooms to the entire house.
Couples can honeymoon in a room with a fireplace and snuggle in front of a crackling fire.
They also have a private deck and garden area for small weddings.
Inn at Canal Square packages offers ceremonies and receptions for newlyweds to be for 100 or less guests.
The "Spinnaker Package" offers a ceremony in the Waterview room, reception amenities and rooms, dance floor area, the outside deck, and a coordinator.
The "Regatta Package" offers the "Spinnaker" amenities plus a tent and the courtyard area for 150 guests or less.
Hilton Wilmington/Christiana offers an estate as your venue. Say "I do" by a pond, beside fountains, and under a gazebo.
Party the night away with your reception in their ballroom.
They have a reception package that includes a cake, ice sculpture, linens, floral centerpieces, and a room for the new Mr. and Mrs. with champagne.
Hotel du Pont offers couples an historic hotel to become husband and wife in. After you exchange vows, hold your reception in the ballroom. They also offer a private tasting for the bride and groom to be.
A driver's license or birth certificate and social security numbers are required for ID.
Application is made in person by both people, and the fee is paid in cash. A marriage license is valid for 30 days and can only be used in Delaware.
You do not have to be a resident of Delaware. There is a 1 day waiting period for license issuance unless both persons are not residents of DE, then the waiting period is 4 days.
No tests are needed. Both persons must be age 18 to apply for a marriage license.
If you have been married before, you'll need a certified copy of the divorce decree. There are no proxy marriages.
We hope you and your beloved enjoy getting married in Delaware and have a long happy and healthy life ahead of you.
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