Wade House is a wedding ceremony and reception venue in Greenbush, Wisconsin, that invites you to celebrate your big day on their historic, picturesque landscape. This unique, scenic location is perfect for couples who want a serene setting that their guests will remember for years to come. Nestled away from the roads and buildings, this venue gives off a rustic vibe outdoorsy couples are sure to love.
Facilities and Capacity
Wade House can accommodate a maximum of 450 guests across its four different event spaces that include covered outdoor, indoor, and uncovered outdoor locations. The Meadow is a beautiful, lush location that’s perfect for an outdoor ceremony or reception while The Walnut Room and its stunning hardwood floors and French doors are perfect for a grand indoor ceremony or reception. The Lawn is a picturesque event space, offering serenity to you and your guests as they watch you take your vows. And The Carriage Pavilion adds a rustic, vintage feel to your ceremony with overhead doors and a spacious, unobstructed interior.
Wade House is a wheelchair accessible venue and has ample parking for you and your guests. They can accommodate bridal showers, ceremonies, engagement parties, receptions, and rehearsal dinners. Event services include a bridal suite, clean-up, liability insurance, outside vendors, preferred vendors only, set-up, and wireless internet. The in-house bar at Wade House has bartenders who can provide a champagne toast for your big day. Couples can choose from a cash, limited, or open bar that serves house liquor, house wine, premium liquor, signature drinks, specialty liquor, and specialty wine. Barware, flatware, and glassware are also available for use.
The Wades were the first permanent settlers of Greenbush in 1844 when Wisconsin was still frontier territory and the forests were as dense as you can imagine. They were hoping to develop a village, choosing a specific location halfway between Sheboygan and Fond du Lac along a well-used stagecoach trail. When Wisconsin became a state in 1848, Greenbush was a booming village and the Wades’ “Half Way House” was a regular stop for stagecoach lines. Today, your guests can visit a nationally-landmarked stagecoach inn on the grounds of the Wade House, as well as the carriage museum, a replica of an 1860s water-powered sawmill, and experience horse-drawn wagon rides.
Recommended by 98% of couples
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Dana · Married on 10/06/2018
A Dream Come True!
We had our wedding at the Wade House Carriage Pavilion on October 6th. The venue is beautiful - especially with the leaves beginning to change. More than that - the event coordinator, Stephanie, was a dream to work with!! She was extremely accommodating to our needs, amazing at communication, and was always in a great mood and ready to help in any way possible. AND....a horse drawn carriage brought me and my parents to the ceremony before walking me down the aisle...it was like a fairy tale! I would recommend this location to any couple who is looking for a unique and beautiful venue to make their dream wedding a reality.Sent on 10/18/2018
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Sheila · Married on 06/08/2019
The Wade House Carriage Pavilion was a perfect setting for our son’s wedding. It is set in the woods and very private. They were able to decorate the way they wanted in a natural theme using different types of woods and grapevine. Stephanie was awesome to work with. She was always available to answer questions. We would highly recommend this venue.Sent on 06/14/2019
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Patti · Married on 09/01/2018
Beautiful places to be married, and Stephanie is so helpful with the planning! Our daughter was married there last weekend and it was like a fairy tale! She was married outside in the Meadows, and came in on an historic horse drawn carriage...surprised all the guests. Excellent service, great buildings to get married in (WITH A/C! great for summer weddings and heavy dresses)....and such a flexible, caring staff. Highly recommended!!!Sent on 09/04/2018
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