Brambleberry is the ideal alternative to a courthouse wedding, providing warmth and charm a government office can’t. Bring your bride or groom and your Wisconsin marriage license application (purchased at least six days in advance) and we’ll take care of the rest.
(Add sales tax of 5.5% to all packages)
Elopement ceremony: Starting at $149 (if you provide two witnesses). $199 if we provide two witnesses. Elopements must be paid in advance and are not refundable. Call us to inquire about a date.
Private ceremonies are held in the inn’s library. Weather permitting, your ceremony may be held outside in the wedding garden or wine garden.
Maximum of 30 minutes. Up to 8 additional guests may attend for $5 each. The inn’s library can hold a maximum of 10. This package does not provide for use of the Great Hall. Officiant provided.
On your wedding night stay in one of our guest rooms, some with whirlpool tubs and fireplace. Subject to rooms available. Normal daily rates are charged. Wedding couples married at Brambleberry receive a free gift from Brambleberry with a wedding night stay in a whirlpool room! Choose a bottle of wine and two souvenir Brambleberry winery glasses from Brambleberry Winery.
Wine, sparkling wine, sparkling grape juice and beer are available for purchase.
We have many dates available for elopements at Brambleberry. In most cases, we only need one week’s notice subject to availability. You must purchase your license a minimum of six days in advance at the courthouse. If you are a Wisconsin resident, you may purchase your marriage license in the county where you reside.
The following is information you will need to relay to your clerk:
- Location of wedding: Town of Franklin, Jackson County
- Officiant: Sherry Hardie
- Telephone number: (608) 525-8001
- Officiant email: email@example.com
Elopements are available year-round, seven days a week. Book at least nine days in advance for elopements.
If you have additional questions, please contact us at (608) 525-8001 or email us. Click on the photos below to see a larger version of some of the couples who have eloped with us.