Sharing the Love
In A.C. on Feb. 14

January 2, 2013 -

Share the love on Valentine’s Day at Atlantic City’s group wedding, vow renewal and civil union ceremony at Boardwalk Hall.

A ship’s captain will officiate. There’ll be a champagne toast and cake. And it’s all free for participants and guests.

The 6th annual Valentine’s Day Group Wedding, Vow Renewal and Civil Union Ceremony at historic Boardwalk Hall will be held at 2 p.m., on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, sponsored by the Atlantic City Convention and Visitor’s Authority.

“Over 200 couples have celebrated their special day with us on Valentine’s Day over the past 5 years,” said Jeff Vasser, president of the ACCVA. “Couples return again each year to renew this special tie with each other and with Atlantic City.”

The ceremony is free for all couples and their guests. The event will include a champagne toast, wedding cake and photo opportunities.

Jeff George, entrepreneur, Cruisn’ One captain and wedding officiant, will perform the non-denominational ceremony. Captain Jeff is new to our group ceremony and we look forward to another successful event with him at the helm.

Couples must pre-register for the Group Wedding event at Boardwalk Hall through the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority’s official website at beginning Wednesday, Jan. 2.

Couples should register by Sunday, Feb. 10.

The website features event information and special hotel rates and packages will be available for couples and their guests. All couples interested in getting married or united at the event must obtain their own marriage or civil union license.

Couples must have a New Jersey license to get married in this ceremony. Couples can call their local vital statistics department for complete details. There is a three-day waiting period in the state of New Jersey for a marriage license.

Vow Renewals do not need licenses.

For additional details, e-mail or call 609-449-7126.

Image: Atlantic City Visitor & Convention Authority

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