Virtual WeddingS New Jersey

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Gov Murphy temporary permits virtual weddings In New Jersey

 New Jersey's Gov Murphy will temporary  permit virtual weddings amid the corona-virus pandemic. 


In-person ceremonies can still continue if social distancing measures are in place, There must be fewer than 10 guests and attendees must wear masks and stay six feet apart. 


Wedding venues are considered non-essential businesses remain closed.  

If you were forced to postpone your wedding due to corona-virus pandemic, New Jersey has temporarily instated virtual wedding ceremonies legal - so you can still officially say "I do" on your original date and at later date  have your celebratory wedding or celebration party at a more comfortable time for you and your guests.  


As your Officiant/Minister, I will organize your virtual wedding guest list  (up to 100 guests) and make all the arrangements for your ceremony including a video recording of the service.  


If you would like to find out more about a virtual/Zoom wedding, please feel free to give me a call.


Cheers,

Deborah Day

Minister/Wedding Officiant

917-733-4738

Officiant@TheWeddngPromise.net