Weddings at the Hanson House B&B

The perfect venue for hosting your small wedding ceremony


Weddings at the Hanson House B&B

The Oscar H. Hanson House Bed & Breakfast in the Village of Cambridge is the perfect venue for hosting your small wedding ceremony or small wedding reception for up to 15 people, including bride and groom. We offer several packages to make your special day just that — special.

One of the most extraordinary days in your life is your wedding day when you proclaim your commitment to the heart of another. We would like to help make the day as perfect as possible. When booking, let us know that the reservation date is your wedding day, and mention this offer.

Officiant Services by Reverend Mary Jane Mihajlovic.  To contact Rev. Mary Jane email to or you can call 608-313-5086.

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The Oscar H. Hanson House is pleased to offer Madison Wisconsin wedding officiant services. Reverend Mary Jane Mihajlovic is an ordained minister in the Universal Life Church and an innkeeper at the Oscar H. Hanson House B&B in Cambridge, Wisconsin. Ceremonies include weddings, house blessings, new baby, unification, vow renewal/commitment, and others.

Ceremonies are performed at your venue or our Bed and Breakfast. R. Mary Jane is offering services in Madison, Dane County and Jefferson County.

Rates start at $99. Prices vary by distance and the amount of time needed for ceremony. Take a look at the Hanson House B&B’s affordable Wedding and Vow Renewal/Commitment Ceremony Packages.

So, if you need a Madison Wisconsin wedding officiant, we are very pleased to assist you in making your day special.

If you need more information, use the contact us tab, or email us at You can also call at 608-313-5086..

R. Mary Jane has been a nurse for 33 years and certified as a holistic nurse for nearly the last decade. While completing certification as a holistic nurse and a Healing Touch practitioner, R. Mary Jane became proficient in her understanding and use of the heart-centered relationship to guide healing in others through body-mind-spirit. Becoming an ordained reverend seemed like a natural progression of her heart-centered perspective and holistic training.