Wedding venues around Boston

If you’re hearing wedding bells, take a look at one of these local event venues.

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If you’re hearing wedding bells, let us help check local venue research off your list as you prepare for your next big milestone.

Boston Public Library
The Central Library location offers a number of spaces ideal for a dreamy wedding. Some of the most popular venue selections include the McKim Courtyard for the ceremony, and Bates Hall or the Abbey Room for receptions with over 300 guests. If you are planning a smaller gathering, the Courtyard Tea Room and Map Room can accommodate groups of 75 or less.

Alden Castle
Find this Brookline venue inside a 1920s Tudor-style building. Admire the 2,880-sqft Vintage Ballroom with white chandeliers, high ceilings, and a mezzanine that looks over the venue. There’s also the 2,445-sqft Modern Club, which features gold-leaf-adorned ceilings, gold chandeliers, and balcony access.

Fairmont Copley Plaza
This Back Bay hotel offers a variety of event spaces, including a 6,090-sqft Grand Ballroom with balconies and gilded, 30-ft ceilings; the 3,828-sqft Oval Room with a blue sky mural on the ceiling; and the 2,068-sqft Venetian room with gold chandeliers and mirrors.

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