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Your elopement ceremony can take place at any South Jersey location that you choose. We've married couples in parks, restaurants, backyards, private homes, and even in a motorhome. Where do you want to get married?

For your convenience, see the list of our favorite spots below.


Cooper River Park
Haddon Township, New Jersey

Cooper River Park is part of the Camden County Park System and is beautiful at any time of year. There are many amazing spots in the park to choose from. Our favorite area is near the Heritage House.

All grassy areas of the park are first-come, first served. 

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Memorial Grove
Audubon, New Jersey

Simple, sweet and pretty. This is a great spot at any time of year.  No permit is required to hold your ceremony at this location.

Location: East Lake Drive & Oak Ave, Audubon

King's Court Gazebo
Haddonfield, New Jersey

This is a very pretty and spacious gazebo right in the middle of historic Haddonfield. There is plenty of standing room for twelve people, should the weather require everyone to be covered. The gazebo is also illuminated so daylight won't be required. There is no permit required to use this space for your ceremony. You should first check the Haddonfield Calendar to make sure other events are not scheduled at the same location that day. Also, avoid selecting a day that a craft or vendor fair is taking place.

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Hopkins Pond
Haddonfield, New Jersey

This park is also part of the Camden County Parks System. No permit is needed to hold your ceremony here. This is a small park that surrounds a small lake. The entire area provides a very wooded, rustic environment, despite being located right in the heart of Haddonfield, NJ. If you're looking for an earthy and natural environment for your ceremony... look no further!

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Delaware River Waterfront
Camden City, New Jersey

The Benjamin Franklin Bridge makes for an amazing backdrop for an elopement wedding ceremony at any time of year. Plus, no permits are needed.

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Cape May Lighthouse
Lower Twp, Cape May, New Jersey

Technically, you can't get married at the lighthouse without a permit. The beach right next to the lighthouse, however, is fair game! The best part about this beach is that swimming is not permitted. This means that there are FAR fewer people on the beach, even in the heart of the beach season. Add in the lighthouse in the background and WHAM, you've found the perfect spot to elope.

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Newport Avenue Beach
Ventnor City, New Jersey

We love this beach because it is very close to Atlantic City but it doesn't have any of the crazy permits like in Atlantic City. There is a catch, you can't get married during beach hours. In the summer months, we suggest a 9 am ceremony. This works to your advantage! You avoid the crowds, and then you have the entire day to celebrate anyway that you want. What could be better than a FULL day of celebrating?

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Sunset Beach
Lower Twp, Cape May, New Jersey

This is the only beach in New Jersey that faces the west and that's exactly why it's called Sunset Beach. There are no permits required for this location. Be aware in advance that the area can get pretty busy in prime season. If you like this spot, we suggest a weeknight sunset ceremony. Pick a date and ask Siri or Alexa, "What time will the sunset in Cape May, NJ on XYZ date?"

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