The sound of the Highland Bagpipe will help you celebrate your big day in style. They will add a stirring, romantic atmosphere and finishing touch to your celebration. The powerful sound will make your Wedding unique and memorable. Pipers have been entertaining guests at weddings for centuries. Not only do they add great background music to the event, but a Bagpiper kitted out in full regalia turns heads in any environment. The piper is an attractive extra in photographs. Dennis Metz is more than happy to have his picture taken with any of the guests and speak to them about any aspects of the bagpipes or piping in general.
Have Paella Pan, Will Travel …to Your Wedding Fest!
Scott McEvoy makes great Paella, Pig roast, BBQ parties and much more, almost anywhere, even your own back yard! But, the delicacies don’t stop there. Try his four-star, in-home catering that includes, but is not limited to, cured beef tenderloin carpaccio, toulouse sausage, quail with wild ramp tart or garam masala chop with dilled green lentils and saffron pearl onions. Your wedding guests will be talking about Paella Catering and McEvoy’s Culinaria’s food, for years to come!
Brenda Wolff has been planning and designing weddings for more than 15 years.
Servicing northeast Wisconsin and major cities at 920 Events, she creates all types of affairs from the simplest of weddings to the most elaborate events and everything in between. By creating a custom design just for your wedding, she works exclusively for you in realizing your personal vision. Heartfelt and dedicated, Brenda enjoys serving you like a family member.
The Boynton Chapel is a small wooden chapel built in a late 12th-century Norwegian stave church (stavkirke) style. Handcrafted by Winifred and Donald Boynton between 1939 and 1947 on the grounds of their summer residence, the chapel is modeled after the Garmo stave church at Maihaugen in Lillehammer, Norway. A popular site for weddings and a favorite stop among Door County tourists, the chapel contains 41 hand-painted frescoes and numerous exceptionally fine carved-wood furnishings.
The chapel is a seasonal building, so although it is available year-round, the temperature inside the building is the same as the temperature outside. The chapel accommodates 36 people sitting in pews. The lighting of candles or use of electric equipment (i.e. space heaters) is not allowed in the chapel. Battery operated candles and boom boxes are permitted.
Lawrence University’s fee for the use of the Björklunden chapel is $425. This fee is for use of the chapel only; there are no facilities for dressing, handling groups if it rains, or public restrooms. There is a two-hour time limit that must be strictly adhered to, as we often have multiple services on the same day.
Sandy, Michelle, Denny and Steve bring you an uncommonly pleasant experience, both in whatever tastes you savor among their Harbor Ridge wines and in the relaxed atmosphere they share with you.
As owners of Harbor Ridge Winery, they break all of the rules to make sure you have a joyous time while you’re there and have the memories to prove it!
Various Door County parks may be reserved (but not closed to the public) for weddings, reunions, birthdays, private and company picnics.
Some, like Cave Point, have structures and areas suitable for staging a wedding. You may make a reservation to use them for a specific date. Once on the Door County Parks website, click on Reservations of Parks, Shelters/Facilities or call or email the Door County Parks Department. All reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis and are nonrefundable.
The fee for use of the Gazebo at Cave Point is $75 per day.
Weddings and receptions are hosted at the Peninsula School of Art on a limited basis in compliance with their fundamental mission as an art school and gallery. They typically refer interested couples to contact either Bruce Alexander or Carrie Baldwin for event planning and coordination.
White Lace Inn has the perfect intimate setting to Wed or Elope!
More than 1,300 couples have been married at the White Lace Inn, a classic Victorian country inn with 18 guest rooms and suites. Although they are not able to accommodate large groups, the Inn can easily host intimate weddings and elopements of six people or less. There is a wonderful gazebo in the garden that is the perfect spot, in nice weather. Otherwise, you can choose the front parlor with the fireplace. They do not have facilities for a reception – a brief ceremony only. There is no additional charge for this service.
The romantic White Lace Inn is the perfect place for your honeymoon, too.
There are two outdoor ceremony locations at Horseshoe Bay Golf Club. The Main Clubhouse location is adjacent to the 18th hole, overlooking panoramic views of the water of Green Bay. The Beach Club location is on the shoreline of Green Bay.
There are three different wedding reception locations at Horseshoe Bay Golf Club which include the Main Clubhouse with seating for 200, the Beach Club dining room with seating for 70 and the Beach Club lawn for an outdoor, tented reception with seating for 350. The Main Clubhouse site fee ranges from $1,500 to $6,000 while the Beach Club facility site fee is based by guest count, ranging from $1,500 to $3,500.
Horseshoe Bay Golf Club provides all food and beverage preparation and service. No outside caterers or beverage services are allowed without written permission from the Food and Beverage Manager excluding wedding cakes, cake pops, sweets and cupcakes. Seated dinner service ranges from $26 to $38 per person which includes choice of salad and dinner rolls while buffet dinner service ranges from $28 to $37 per person.
Discover the advantages of hosting your wedding at Horseshoe Bay Golf Club with additional information or a personal appointment and tour by contacting Carrie Baldwin Smith, owner of Door County Event Planners at 920.839.1114.
Sash & Bow is your planner for flawless and chic Door County weddings and events.
Let them take your event from ordinary to extraordinary. They have the supplies, vendor connections and vision to make your event the one people will remember and leave talking about. They make the planning process easy for you and keep you involved every step of the way. From a simple beach event to an over the top production they are here to make it happen for you. Educated, experienced and fully staffed.
Chef Bruce Alexander, well-known for his landmark restaurant at Hotel du Nord in Sister Bay, is enjoying his ninth year at Alexander’s in Fish Creek. Door County’s oldest and finest full-service caterer for parties of 40-400. They can serve indoor and outdoor weddings and they are open the year ’round.
Contact Kevin Free, Catering Assistant for a consultation regarding your special day at 920.559.0988.
Chef/Owner – Bruce Alexander
Bar Manager – Bonnie Spielman
Kitchen Manager/Sous Chef – Shane Clarke
Dining Room Manager – Laurel Ciohon
Pastry Chef – LynLee Luebke
On the dock, in front of the fountain, whether it is just the two of you or you are joined by a small group of family and friends, Country House Resort has the perfect spot for your special ceremony.
In addition to the breathtaking setting and accommodations, their staff specializes in providing your wedding party with the assistance and personal attention required to make your day perfect. They are happy to assist you with flowers, cake, champagne …if you have a special request or idea, feel free to speak with Amy, their manager and they will be happy to follow through with assistance.
Bridal Elegance & Formalwear in historic downtown Kaukauna services the northeast Wisconsin area.
Find apparel and accessories for your wedding or special occasion including wedding and bridal gowns, bridesmaid gowns, flower girl dresses, junior bridesmaid dresses and mother-of-the-bride dresses. Their stunning dress collection offers a fantastic array of choices, both trendy and traditional. They even have their own professional alterations department to give you the perfect fit! Alterations are by appointment only.
Gentlemen, look no further than Bridal Elegance & Formalwear for your tuxedo rental. Featuring your favorite brands, including Ralph Lauren and Perry Ellis, they’ll help you look your best on your special day. They also offer a wide selection of custom gifts for your groomsmen.
Door County Candy, once known as the Copper Kettle, has been serving Door County visitors and local fans alike, since 1996.
Door County Candy can fill your wedding sweet table with delectable artisan candy and fudge treats. Their home made delicacies will please even the fussiest chocolate and candy aficionados. They continue to earn their fine reputation by using only the finest in quality confectionery ingredients coupled with unsurpassed candy making culinary skills.
Through social, educational and networking events, the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce is the place to come together to:
- Network with people who share your values
- Do business within the LGBT community
- Find the guidance you need to pursue a new career
- Talk to future clients, customers, or employers
- Gain useful tips, ideas, strategies and insights around business and economic development
- Interact with LGBT community leaders
- Build your leadership skills and mentor others
Select a wine menu for your wedding from their 2000 bottles of wine from around the world.
Diana McCartney also carries Artisan cheese, olive oil and bread for your farm table wedding and the largest craft beer selection in Door County. Gifts and art by artist Mike McCartney. Free olive oil and wine tasting, daily.
Best described as the “new vintage,” WiFEE and the HUZz BAND is sure to rock your socks off!
Vocalists Ruby James and Stephen Cooper front this ten piece powerhouse, leading the listener through their emotional love story with the reinforcement of a full horn section and a smokin’ rhythm section that will take you back to the glory days of Motown while being on the forefront of today’s cutting edge.
Mr. Wolkstein is a gifted and experienced public speaker and enjoys the art of making wedding ceremonies personal and meaningful for the bride and groom.
As an attorney, Gary Wolkstein is a court commissioner and has been an Administrative Law Judge for the State of Wisconsin for twenty years. In his former career, he was a concert pianist, chamber musician and faculty member at Lawrence University Conservatory of Music in Appleton, Wisconsin. He also taught at Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan and Southeastern Louisiana University. Gary still enjoys collaborating musically with his family and while presiding as the officiant at weddings, he will often perform with his wife Elizabeth as part of the Arioso Ensemble that includes harp, violin and cello.
Sign on, cast off and tie the knot on the waters of Door County with crew aboard the Edith M. Becker!
For a bride and groom seeking a fabulous venue for a more personal marriage ceremony of up to 22 guests, this traditional tall ship affords a feast for the eye and camera lens alike as your vows of marriage are exchanged before a Door County sunset on the waters of Green Bay. Their sixty-five foot, gaff-rigged schooner has hosted weddings for brides and grooms in Door County for decades. Cedar decks, wooden spars, a bronze steering wheel and compass – all these touches add a classic look and feel to your Door County wedding as your party sets sail along the rocky shoreline and under tree-covered bluffs.
Their crew will work with you in creating your dream wedding, covering every detail from decorations to food, beverages and a professional photographer. A complimentary champagne toast and a cannon salute will complete your ceremony as you sail back to port in the setting sun.
Lori DeJardin gives personal attention to all of your wedding alteration needs:
- Alterations for the bride, groom and wedding party
- Bridal gown preservation
- Complete zipper clinic
- Full service dry cleaning and laundry
- Shoe repair