Wisconsin outdoor wedding ceremonies

Two beautiful outdoor wedding options

Brambleberry offers two beautiful locations for your Wisconsin outdoor wedding ceremony. Use of the Wedding Garden ceremony space is free with the rental of the Great Hall. Add $500 for use of the Enchanted Forest ceremony site.

Ceremony-only rentals are $500 for the Wedding Garden space. Ceremony-only rental does not include the use of the Great Hall except in the event of inclement weather.

Elopements include use of the inn’s library or the Wedding Garden.

Enchanted Forest 

The Enchanted Forest
The Enchanted Forest (no electricity) seats up to 200 on wooden benches with mulch underneath. A copse of stately, majestic oak trees provides a cathedral-like canopy of shade for nature lovers. Green grass paths lead to a rustic arbor that is built in the center of the seating, allowing everyone a closer view of the couple. Ivy has been planted around the arbor. You are welcome to add draping or flowers, securing them with plastic ties.

The Enchanted Forest is less than a 2-block uphill walk from the winery and pavilion. A few handicapped parking spaces are provided for those who can’t do the walk.

Rental of this the Enchanted Forest is $500 in addition to the regular rental packages.

Wedding Garden

The Wedding Garden is located immediately beside the Great Hall and can seat up to 300 guests on chairs. Use of the Wedding Garden is included in a Great Hall rental.

New plantings of roses, peonies, lilacs and other lovely cottage flowers and herbaceous borders surround the perimeter of the garden. A white arbor that you may add decorative touches to completes the space. Electricity is available for playing music. Convenient close proximity to parking, rest rooms, Great Hall, dance floor, winery and the inn.

If you have additional questions, please contact us at (608) 525-8001 or email us.

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Angie and Iain were married in September 2020. Photo courtesy of Sunny Dispositions Photography.

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