Clearance sale on remaining 2019 wedding dates
GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO DON'T WAIT!
One of Western Wisconsin's finest wedding venues, Brambleberry still has available dates for 2019 and they're clearance priced! Rent this entire, gorgeous party barn pavilion for less than the cost of a flimsy, empty tent. Luxurious restrooms. Price based on 200 guests (add $10 per guest above 200). Do setup yourself and save big. Clearance sale prices for all-day rental on remaining 2019 dates are:
Friday or Sunday: $1,000
Monday-Thursday: $500 (holidays add $500)
Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, our elegant venue is of the same high quality as others charging $5,000 to $7,000. Far superior amenities to other venues charging $1,000 to $1,500. You deserve the best for your wedding. Includes two outdoor ceremony sites, an on-site winery, and much more. See for yourself!
2020 and 2021 dates rented at our normal rates.
We also have openings for small weddings for up to 50 guests. Four-hour afternoon rental is $500; five-hour evening rental is $750. Brambleberry also is Wisconsin's affordable elopement destination with ceremonies starting at only $125.
We work with a number of fine caterers, photographers and florists to make your day extra special. Brambleberry is just 30 miles north of Onalaska and 15 miles west of Black River Falls. Visit all the wedding pages on our website for more information.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (608) 525-8001 to check availability, schedule a private venue tour or book your date. Venue shown by appointment only. http://www.brambleberrybandb.com/catego…/wisconsin-weddings/
The return of two wine labels
Brambleberry makes more than 50 different wines, from reds, whites, sweeties and ice wines.
Two of our wines are now back on the shelves -- Deer Stalker and Lady-in-Waiting.
Deer Stalker is a high quality French merlot that has dark fruit flavors with a dry finish.
Lady-in-Waiting is a blush wine, perfect for summer drinking when you're thirsty for something a little lighter.
Brambleberry features 16 different wines on our tasting menu each weekend. You can try 3 for free or up to 10 wines for $5.
Fiddler performance a success
We had a great turnout on June 22 for a special concert as by Joanna Johnson, 2017 national Scottish fiddle champion, and her mother Deb Johnson, who accompanied her on guitar. The ladies played in the Grand Wedding Pavilion as part of Brambleberry's sixth anniversary.
Thanks to Joanna and Deb and for everyone who came to celebrate with us.
Summer flooding is a challenge
The summer weather so far has been a story of rain and more rain. Most of our first crop of hay was ruined when more than 6 inches of rain fell on the just-cut hay.
The deluge also caused our creek to flood, washing out part of our roadway that leads to several hay fields.
Grass and weeds have loved the moisture, so we've been busy cutting grass and trying to stay ahead of the weeds in our vegetable garden.
Just one of the challenges of the weather!