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Pabst Theater Group now offers "Elopement Packages," a new option for couples who've altered, canceled or postponed their wedding plans because of the pandemic.
Elopement Packages are available for Turner Hall Ballroom, the Pabst Theater and the Riverside Theater and allow brides and grooms to say their "I dos" in a cool, elegant and safe setting.
The packages accommodate a maximum of 10 people, including the couple, at the venue of their choice for three hours. Couples can get ready in venue dressing rooms, get married at their choice of location within the venue, and take pictures.
They also have the option for add-ons, including live streaming service from EPIC Creative, a cash or host bar and photography by Brianna Griepentrog of Alternative Bride Photography.
For more information, couples are encouraged to visit pabsttheater.org/elope to fill out an inquiry form. Elopement Package offerings are subject to change, based on CDC guidelines for group gatherings.
"Couples who’ve had to change their wedding plans due to COVID-19 are invited to get hitched with us, without sacrificing the elegance they’ve intended for their special day," reads The Pabst Group's announcement. "This is also a great opportunity for couples who prefer to keep it small and intimate, but still want a beautiful back drop."
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