Atlantic City Weddings

Planning a wedding can be quite a production, and many couples opt to head for a destination such as Atlantic City to mitigate the planning and increase options for things to do for themselves and for their guests. Atlantic City weddings can be planned through hotels and through wedding chapels in Atlantic City which specialize in Atlantic City weddings throughout the year. A number of golf course club houses can also be used as places for Atlantic City weddings and make excellent spots for receptions after the wedding. Atlantic City wedding entertainment can be booked to suit almost any kind of entertainment taste, as the number of hotels focusing on entertainment in Atlantic City is quite numerous.

Atlantic City weddings are popular in part because couples have so many choices among Atlantic City hotels and plenty of attractions and things to do in Atlantic City. In New Jersey, out of state couples can get married without too much trouble, but couples should note that the state does impose a 3-day waiting period for married couples to receive their marriage license and become officially married through the state. Although the number of wedding chapels in Atlantic City is scarce, there are a growing number of wedding chapels in Atlantic City which are open year-round for couples who might elope or want to get married without a lot of waiting or planning.

Most Atlantic City weddings are indoor affairs. During the summer the weather can be clear but often humid, although some golf courses near Atlantic City such as the Scotland Run Golf Course do offer wedding packages for both indoor and outdoor ceremonies. The clubhouse at Scotland Run also serves as an excellent spot for Atlantic City wedding receptions for the Atlantic City wedding entertainment after the ceremony.

One Atlantic Weddings
One Atlantic Weddings

One Atlantic, located at the top of the Piers Shops at Caesars, offers a multitude of options for your wedding. You can have it all take place at their onsite location, overlooking the Atlantic City skyline (pictured), or you can have them arrange for nearly any off-site location, including nearby cities.

Booking Atlantic City wedding entertainment can usually be arranged through companies specializing in wedding entertainment. A multiplicity of wedding bands which play at weddings all year long can be booked to play live music at just about any location. DJ's are also a popular form of Atlantic City wedding entertainment and can also be booked through companies specializing in wedding entertainment. Couples can usually choose most of their own music if they like, and many bands or DJ's will also have their own schedule for Atlantic City wedding entertainment.

Atlantic City Wedding Chapel, Absecon Lighthouse
Atlantic City Wedding Chapel, Absecon Lighthouse

Not a traditional wedding venue, but an iconic and striking option is the Absecon Lighthouse (pictured), New Jersey's tallest lighthouse. Their tiered pricing will allow you to pick the features you'd like to have, including up to 150 guests, can be held indoors or outdoors, and all packages include a climb to the top of the lighthouse.

In addition to being a great place for Atlantic City weddings, Atlantic City is also one of the top vacation destinations in the United States because of the many fun things to do in and around town. Lucy the Elephant is worth a visit, as is the Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum. For wedding party guests or even for the couple, Atlantic City offers plenty of options for things to do after the wedding ceremony has ended. Atlantic City golf trips to nearby courses and Atlantic City shows are among some of the most popular choices.

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