Miller High Life Launches Contest To Give You a Home Wedding Plus $10K, Beer, Food, Photographer & Officiant

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Major props to these beer brands for getting creative during the pandemic.

Busch is giving away free beer for canceled weddings, and now Miller High Life will actually throw you a wedding at your own home if the big day had to be postponed.

The Champagne of Beers just launched the “Wedding at Your Doorstep” contest, where “three couples will win a social-distancing-approved wedding at their homes.”

The winning couples will receive:

– $10,000 to use towards a honeymoon, costs as a result of the cancellations, more beer, whatever.

– The new Champagne cans of High Life

– A licensed officiant

– A photographer

– Food

– High Life handling logistics

“As the Champagne of Beers, Miller High Life has a long history of being the Champagne for everyday life, and a proud part of weddings and celebrations. This was the inspiration for our new Champagne coupe cans, and now in this new era of wedding delays and cancellations, our way of bringing something positive to couples who are dealing with the stress of changing plans,” Lucy Bloxam, associate marketing manager for Miller High Life, said.

“We’ll work with the couple to make sure the day is as close to what they envisioned as possible. We will follow local social distancing guidelines.”

Here’s all the info from Molson Coors:

To enter, couples should email a description of 150 words or less of how their wedding plans have changed in 2020, and how they still plan to celebrate with Miller High Life. Entries should be sent to [email protected], and include a photo of the couple, their ages and their state of residence. The contest runs through May 1, and winners will be announced May 5.

Couples must be age 21 or over with a valid marriage license. They must be available for a doorstep wedding ceremony by June 30. The contest is valid in all U.S. states, except Alabama, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Vermont and West Virginia.

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