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As many brides go about planning their wedding, a common conundrum is whether to have their ceremony on-site or at a nearby church or other ceremony location. Planning a wedding in Boston makes this issue an especially sharp one thanks to the difficulty of parking cars (and for some, driving) in an urban location. While some brides may dream of a church wedding, the reality is that a location like Boston sometimes practicality dictates an on-site ceremony.

When seeking a location that doubles for both ceremony and reception, brides are often disappointed by the lack of decorative, romantic rooms in which to have their wedding ceremony. We have a few tips to consider when deciding whether an on-site ceremony is for you.

At The Boston Public Library, we’re lucky to have any number of spaces that are perfect for on-site wedding ceremonies. Ceremonies are set up to be seamless with the rest of the evening, both in decor and lighting and in the fact that guests never leave the library. Here are some of our favorite Boston Public LIbrary setups:

For more information about ceremony and reception options at The Boston Public Library, visit our new virtual tour of the library.

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