THE MAYFAIR LIBRARY WEDDING VENUE
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Have you ever considered tying the knot in a library? The Mayfair Library is the perfect choice for both weddings and civil partnerships.
The Mayfair library is a temporary wedding venue, replacing the Old Marylebone Town Hall while it is currently being refurbished. The library has a quiet, comfortable atmosphere and is perfect for an intimate wedding ceremony. The friendly staff and bookish, romantic atmosphere located in the heart of Westminster, make the Mayfair Library a perfect choice for people getting married in and around London. And it is also close to many fantastic reception venues in the heart of Westminster. Nearby, there are several stunning locations to take photos, including Mount Street Gardens which are situated right next to the library.
The two beautiful function rooms, full of little details, have both been recently redecorated to allow for a high standard of wedding and civil partnership ceremonies. The intimate Marylebone Room seats up to 22 guests, and the elegant Mayfair Room which can seat up to 38 guests. Before the ceremony you can relax in the Elizabeth Barratt Browning Room and have the pre-ceremony interview.
If you’re looking for the right photographer for this venue, consider Dewan Demmer. Dewan is a fun photo journalistic photographer whose wedding photography is all about relaxing and enjoying that special day. His style suits couples who are perhaps a little photo shy to couples who just want to relax, love each other and have fun after all the preparation that goes into getting married. This means he will capture images which are natural, as well as technically spot on.
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