You don’t need to go to a courthouse, let us help you with your civil ceremony. A non religious ceremony that is brief, with simple vows and just a handful of guests.
A religious marriage takes place in a house of worship where the bride or groom is a member of the congregation. The reception usually occurs immediately after the exchanging of vows, either in the church's banquet room or at a separate location. Couples must still obtain a civil marriage license from their local courthouse or county clerk’s office for the union to have legal standing.
Holding tightly to age-old traditions, a formal wedding conforms to exacting social expectations, including an elaborately decorated ceremony and reception, numerous attendants and ushers, engraved stationery, an assigned seating chart and dozens of etiquette rules. An expensive event, this type of wedding usually has more than 200 guests in attendance.
Couples who choose to have an informal wedding have the freedom to customize every aspect of their marriage ceremony and wedding reception. They usually hold on to several important traditions, create a mashup of both traditions or come up with something completely new. Although not as elaborate, an informal wedding typically has a more intimate feel.
Wisconsin recognizes same sex marriages (about time). We are truly honored to celebrate the triumphant love stories of ALL couples who want to declare their commitment to spend their lives together as a married couple.
Couples who choose to have a custom wedding have the freedom to customize every aspect of their marriage ceremony. They usually hold on to several important traditions, create a mashup of both traditions or come up with something completely new. By helping you customize your wedding you will have a more intimate feel. We love these weddings.
You've decided today is the day, just a small gathering (maybe just the two of you). We are ready for your phone call. With two ordained officiants we are generally available with a 24 hour notice.
We strive to make your ceremony meaningful and special
You don't have 2 witnesses, we can provide them for you at no charge.
Many couples want to celebrate and reaffirm their love and commitment for one another by renewing their marriage vows, either privately or publicly, and by saying "I do" again. We think it’s a great idea and we can help you!
Also known as a mass marriage ceremony, the group wedding involves numerous couples who legally tie the knot at the same time. Typically hosted by wedding venues and cities, group weddings are an attractive option for couples on a budget who want to celebrate their love in a very public way. The venue also serves as the reception site where newlyweds receive an individual cake and champagne toast.