Dresden Castle is a historic wedding venue located in Cudahy, Wisconsin. Defined by eye-catching neo-gothic revivalist architecture, this former church has been converted into a dynamic event center. An icon of communal spirit, this landmark venue has been setting the scene for marital celebrations for many years. Combining traditional decor with contemporary amenities, this restored banquet hall can accommodate every stage of your special day.
Facilities and Capacity
Capable of hosting a maximum of 350 guests, Dresden Castle hosts ceremonies, receptions, rehearsal dinners, and elopements. Upon arrival, you and your loved ones will surely be charmed by the old-time beauty of the grand hall. Details such as hand-crafted stained glass windows and vaulted ceilings pay homage to the building’s religious heritage. There is plenty of space for dinner and dancing, and a large garden area can be used for summertime events. The hall is equipped with a selection of modern enhancements, including TV monitors, WiFi, and a state-of-the-art sound system. Further facilities include private get-ready rooms and a pair of caterers’ kitchens.
Whether you wish to have a winter wedding or a summer celebration, Dresden Castle can host events throughout the year. Eager to ensure that there are no complications, their building manager will be on-site during your event. The staff offers consultations and planning meetings, providing you with the perfect opportunity to discuss your vision. A variety of event items can be provided and set up by the event team, such as chairs, tables, and ivory tablecloths. Their wait staff can serve your wedding meal, and their resident bartenders will be on-hand to serve drinks. Food and beverage items such as barware and glassware are available.
Dresden Castle was constructed in 1930. Named after the capital city of Saxony, one of Germany’s 16 states, the building was originally called the Holy Family Catholic Church. During the Great Depression and Second World War, the venue was a spiritual refuge for worshippers and local townspeople. Today, the hall continues to be a symbol of unity; a precious place where loving couples can join together in matrimony.
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