Here is a Guide on How to Elope in Wisconsin – Packages and Destinations.
You can elope in Wisconsin (WI) and enjoy a great mid-west setting for your wedding and honeymoon.
There are both luxury and cheap Wisconsin eloping packages, with the option of a honeymoon by one of the Great Lakes or the Mississippi River. There's beach fun, boating, sailing, and other water activities; or by the city of your choice if you prefer museums, galleries, nightlife, and great shopping.
Wisconsin also offers agricultural festivals and country life. You’ll have fun eloping in WI.
1.The White Lace Inn - this Wisconsin honeymoon inn at Sturgeon Bay, WI allows you to plan your own indoor or outdoor ceremony when you elope in Door County, Wisconsin. This Victorian country inn provides the setting for small, intimate weddings, offers listings of all the local services you need for a perfect ceremony, and supplies honeymoon accommodations starting at $70 per night.
2.The Lazy Cloud is a Lake Geneva, WI bed & breakfast that offers a romantic, cheap Wisconsin elopement. The “Just the Two of Us” package includes a fresh flower bridal bouquet and boutonniere, and a one-time-use camera for photos of your special day.
Included as well is a raspberry liqueur for toasts, wedding cake, use of a CD player for music, and a list of available officiants all for $365 (2012 Rates), plus the cost of B&B starting at $139.
3.Ritten House Inn , a B&B country inn in Bayfield by Lake Superior, is a great choice for eloping in Northern Wisconsin. Choose a room (rates start at $110) from one of three historic homes and add an elopement package for $700.
Included is your ceremony location for up to 8 guests, the officiant’s fee, bouquet or flower arrangement, champagne and sweets, five-course gourmet dinner for two, keepsake gift, and more.
4.Let’s Get Married provides officiants enabling you to elope in Madison, WI or numerous locations in northern, southern, or central Wisconsin. These non-denominational ministers help you plan your service starting at $275 for the “Short and Sweet” ceremony. Add-ons include a rehearsal and a marriage education course.
Laws on Eloping in Wisconsin: If you are planning a Wisconsin elopement, bride and groom should be 18 or over and both apply to a county clerk’s office with photo ID (e.g., driver’s license), certified birth certificates (if under age 30), and social security numbers. If nonresidents, apply in the county in which the ceremony is to take place.
No blood tests are required, but there is a six-day waiting period, and if previously married, bring copies of death certificates, or certified copies of divorce decrees that have been final for at least six months. The license costs $75–$100, valid for 30 days.
Have a Wonderful Elopement in Wisconsin!
(Please Note: This page on Wisconsin elopements is a guide only. Prices for these Wisconsin wedding packages as well as requirements for marriages in Wisconsin can change. Please consult with suppliers and official agencies before making any purchases or set arrangements.)