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Guide to Vermont Weddings & Vermont Civil Marriage

Vermont is the ideal place to have your Wedding or Civil Marriage. The picturesque setting and superb accommodations make it a joy for all who attend.

Today is a very special day because it is the first day of a significant stage in your life. It's no small event and you'll want to be among beautiful and striking surroundings. The Vermont landscape fashions a wonderful backdrop for this occasion with vibrant colors and magnificent natural features that are both romantic and heartwarming.

Too many ceremonies are hurried and the newlyweds are often unable to spend ample time with their friends and family. The attendees are a very crucial part of the experience. They are there to give love and support and bear witness to the joining of two souls. One thing that makes many regions in Vermont so popular for these occasions is the ability of Vermont's scenery to provide a soothing and harmonious ambiance. The result of this is a joyous yet calm emotion and ultimately a completely fulfilling ceremony that allows you to take in the moment and spend time appreciating your loved ones.

Frequently Asked Questions:
Vermont Wedding FAQ    |    Vermont Civil Marriage FAQ

Accommodations and Services:
Weddings & Conferences in Vermont

Enjoy your big day to its fullest!
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NOTE: The Vermont legislature recently approved a marriage equality act permitting same-sex marriage in Vermont which took effect September 1, 2009. These documents have been updated to reflect this change. You can still view the old information here.

"With the passage of Act 91, An act relating to civil unions, the Vermont State Legislature provided eligible same-sex couples the opportunity to obtain the same benefits and protections afforded by Vermont law to married opposite-sex couples.

This Act also provides eligible blood-relatives and relatives related by adoption the opportunity to establish a reciprocal beneficiaries relationship so they may receive certain benefits and protections, and be subject to certain responsibilities, that are granted to spouses in a marriage or a civil union."

- Vermont Department of Health

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