Emma's Pond at The Judge Morris Estate is a spectacular place to celebrate the happiest day of your life. Located in the picturesque White Clay Creek State Park in Newark, Delaware, this 600-acre estate features a gorgeous 1790s stone mansion, a serene pond, lush lawns, and a fenced-in courtyard. The grounds provide the perfect backdrop for a romantic outdoor ceremony and an elegant, tented reception for up to 250 guests, while the former farmhouse’s beautifully decorated interior can accommodate intimate celebrations with up to 50 guests. Featuring an abundance of breathtaking spots both indoors and out, the scenic estate boasts plenty of places perfect for sharing a memorable “first look” or posing for stunning photographs. If you have always dreamed of hosting and event at a venue that is both beautiful and historic, the Judge Morris Estate is an ideal place to plan your upcoming wedding celebration.
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