This mini-series has been both fulfilling and fun to write, and I just want to reiterate why I am sharing these lovely outdoor wedding venues with you all. I am a huge believer in love and doing what you love! If it just so happens that you’re as much a fan of the outdoors, relaxed celebrations, and the gathering of family and friends to celebrate a special occasion such as the exchanging of vows, then I certainly hope you’ve enjoyed my little tidbits of input.
Over the past month, my goal has been to give brides some alternatives to traditional venues, in order to help them find a location that reflects their personality, meets their needs, and most of all allows them to have the perfect day with the person they love the most. My couples (and myself also) tend to be a little non-traditional, so that was my mindset as I spent several hours gathering these venues. I firmly believe that you don’t need to spend a boatload of money to have a beautiful, memorable, and love-filled wedding day; in the end it all comes down to the fact that you get to bind yourself heart and soul to your spouse. That’s it. It doesn’t matter if it’s in a simple backyard or a lavish ballroom – a lasting marriage is what makes a beautiful marriage (and wedding), regardless of where you choose to tie the knot.
So hopefully this is helpful for all of you lovely brides & grooms on the hunt for a place to seal your marriage and begin a new life together. Disclaimer: this is by no means a complete list, this is just a list of unique, lesser known venues that I was able to locate.
Last but not least, I’d love to share my favorite venues in… Northern WI:
Kamp Kenwood – Chippewa Falls
Chase Stone Barn – Pulaski
Stout’s Island Lodge – Birchwood
Brule River Barn – Brule
Chippewa Retreat Resort – Manitowish Waters
Brickhouse Getaway – Centuria
The Still Farm – Downing
The Enchanted Barn – Hillsdale
Lake Superior Barn – Maple
Bluehorse Farm – New Richmond
Blue Vista Farm – Bayfield
The Inn on Madeline Island – La Pointe