Wedding ceremonies at Mayfair library

The Marylebone Room - One of the two beautiful marriage & civil partnership rooms at Mayfair Library

Did you know that you can now get married in a library? In Mayfair Library, to be precise. The library is the temporary wedding replacement for the Old Marylebone Town Hall, which is being refurbished.

Mayfair Library has a quiet, romantic atmosphere with gorgeous staff to boot (!) It has two beautiful function rooms, full of period detail, which were recently redecorated to a very high standard for wedding and civil partnership ceremonies.

To celebrate the occasion the Westminster Register Office held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier in September. The Cabinet Member for the Community, Councillor Steve Summers, cut the ribbon to officially open the venue. This was followed by an open evening with drinks. Perfectly chilled Cordoniu Brut Rose Cava was served to the guests.

The Mayfair Room - One of the two beautiful marriage & civil partnership rooms at Mayfair Library

We look forward to seeing romantics of all kinds – whether you hope to get lost in a sweeping novel from the lending library downstairs, or to plight your troth in one of the upstairs rooms!

[Frederic]

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