Wedding at a library?

When published a piece declaring Seattle Public Library the most beautiful library according to an Instagram survey conducted by online bookstore Wordery, it got me thinking about whether a library would be a suitable place for a wedding. The Seattle Public Library may have won the informal title of most beautiful library, but there are so many gorgeous libraries throughout the world I bet quite a few of them would be the perfect backdrop for a wedding.

As it turns out weddings at libraries have been done before and they can be absolutely stunning. Pinterest is full of library wedding boards and there are hundreds of photos  on Instagram under the tag #librarywedding.

As I scoured the web for information about weddings in libraries I compiled a list of places definitely worth looking at. Check out my list of top 5 libraries that are available as wedding venues:

1. The Signet Library in Edinburgh, Scotland
2. George Peabody Library in Baltimore, Maryland
3. Kansas City Public Library in Kansas City, Kansas
4. Spanish River Library in Boca Raton, Florida
5. Harold Washington Library in Chicago, Illinois

So, what about you?  What do you think about having a wedding in a library? Do you love the idea of starting the next chapter of your life in a place surrounded by great stories or would you rather something a bit more traditional?

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Author: NVCM

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