Pennsylvania marriages offer four seasons for couples to tie the knot.
The Poconos are especially beautiful in the fall when the leaves change color, and a winter wedding with a backdrop of snow on the mountains can be an exceptional background for wedding pictures.
Elope to this part of the Keystone State for a stress-free and romantic vow exchange and honeymoon.
If you're looking for summer wedding ideas for your celebration, the beauty of the green mountains and sparkling waters of PA's many lakes make for a gorgeous backdrop.
Pennsylvania vacations make for excellent honeymoon stays for newly married couples. Each part of the state has its own charm, history and attractions.
Pennsylvania Vacations Guide offers newlyweds ideas for places to see, and lots of attractions throughout the commonwealth.
The northwestern area of the state includes Erie and surrounding counties and cities. Presque Isle State Park boasts Lake Erie with a sand beach. This is a nice place for an outdoor wedding on the beach at sunset.
The central PA region includes Dutch Country with Amish countryside, Battlefield tours, and peaceful mountain wedding venues. History buffs will find this area a perfect place for a destination wedding with friends and family in tow.
Southeastern PA includes the Philadelphia region which offers newlyweds lots of attractions to see once the ceremony is complete. For couples who love the hustle and bustle of a big city, this is a great place for a wedding and honeymoon.
The Poconos and northeastern area offer spectacular mountain views, peaceful lakes and ponds, and lots of outdoor wedding opportunities. This is a very popular area for weddings, at all times of the year.
Enjoy your big day, your spouse, and your honeymoon in Pennsylvania any time of the year.
Both people getting married must apply in person for the license and pay cash.
A driver's license and social security number are required for identification. There is a 3 day waiting period for issuance of the license.
The license is valid for 60 days and can only be used in PA.
You do not have to be a resident of PA. If you have been married before, you must provide a divorce decree or date of death of a deceased spouse.
No blood test is needed. There are no proxy marriages.
If the parties are under age 18, parental or guardian consent is needed, and a birth certificate is needed. 18 is PA's legal age for marriage.
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