Yes, it is possible to plan a beautiful Wisconsin wedding in 90 days or less! First on the agenda is finding a venue. Brambleberry Winery has summer and fall ceremony and reception dates still available. Since our new, expanded venue was under construction last fall, people didn’t get to see how fabulous it is, and they missed out on an incredible opportunity to book one of Western Wisconsin’s very best wedding venues. You don’t have to wait one or two years to get married because you are waiting for a fabulous venue. The fantastic wedding pavilion at Brambleberry has 2018 availability, even on Saturdays. Another way to get married soon is to wed on any day but Saturday. As is the case at Brambleberry and any number of other Wisconsin wedding venues, the price drops dramatically on other days. Friday and Sunday weddings are just as beautiful as Saturday weddings and still being the weekend, most guests can attend.
Brambleberry has two in-house wedding officiants available at no additional fee. That helps you because you won’t have to line up that extra service. We’ve also have great food vendors with enough staff to work multiple events on the same day. Our preferred caterers Big Boar and Falls Meats are able to cook for large groups with less than 90 days notice. Most DJ companies also have numerous employees covering several events in one evening. Sometimes bridal salons are able to put a rush order on wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses. You can also find beautiful white dresses and formal evening gowns at JC Penney, Kohl’s and Nordstrom that take only a week to arrive. Many couples print their own invitations on the computer and print shops can do rush jobs. Smaller weddings can also use phone or email to invite guests.
One of our brides, Jerica, and her mother-in-law, Amanda, planned a very special and beautiful wedding last fall in only five weeks! They even had to fly family members in from Florida for the nuptials. It really can be done. Book your 2018 wedding at Brambleberry before May 25 and receive a free ceremony.