Brambleberry can arrange your intimate wedding or elopement with as little as seven days notice, subject to availability. (Wisconsin law requires a six-day wait from the time you purchase your marriage license to your ceremony).
Now through Jan. 6, the inn and winery are all decked out for the holidays. These festive decorations would make a beautiful and memorable backdrop to your photos. There are many dates available — including Friday nights, perhaps the best day of the week for an elopement ceremony. Get married for love and get married for money and take advantage of additional income tax deductions as long as you are married by Dec. 31. The savings on your taxes will pay for your ceremony.
Whether you are planning an elopement before the holidays or on Dec. 31 to ring in the new year as husband and wife, Brambleberry has additional options — brunch or dinner which you may also purchase for your group of 8 to 10.
Maybe a quiet January wedding would suit you better. While Mother Nature sleeps under a blanket of sparkling snow, February is another popular time for elopements and intimate weddings, especially around Cupid’s holiday.
Brunch or dinner at the inn for groups of 8 to 10 starts at $20 per person. Consult Sherry for menu options. Your meal will be served on a beautiful table setting available in a variety of colors and themes.
To top off your elopement, choose to stay overnight in one of our fabulous guest rooms. We’ll even bring breakfast to your room the next morning.
Remember, Wisconsin residents can apply for Jackson County marriages licenses from the county where you currently reside.
Brambleberry also is booking 2019 and 2020 large weddings at our Grand Pavilion. Our incredible venue — one of Western Wisconsin’s best — can be rented for less than you would pay to rent just a tent, tables and chairs for a DYI wedding of 200 guests.
And we offer so very much more!