About Bubbly Bride
You won't be hearing librarians shhh
you today. Finding a venue
to hold your wedding event is always a search. Some places are too big, some aren't big enough. Cost is always an issue while location is key to the final choice. With all these factors coming into play, it is most important that you need to have a place you are comfortable with because you will be creating many memories there.
Book lovers can now share their archives of hundreds of books with their friends and families. Many couples who are looking for an intimate experience are inquiring about events held at their local library
. Even SJP in the Sex and the City movie chooses to follow her love of reading and wed in the New York Public Library.
You can sneak off into the stacks with your new husband and get some great photos
with your photographer. Think of all of the great inspiration
for creative pictures you have available with the decor that is already in the building.
Write your own romance for your wedding day. Invite your guests to share in the story of how you and your husband met and give yourself a happily ever after. Each part of your wedding can be created into a new chapter. Have an atlas available of all of the places you two have been together and adventures you have experienced. Give a short biography in your program so your guests can get to know the two of you better as a couple.
Give each guest a call number, a unique location code on their escort card letting them know their table number. Enhance the location with fun details that tie your wedding into the library theme.
Have a definition ready for the highlights of your wedding, for example:
1. A sweet baked food made of flour, liquid, eggs, and other ingredients, such as raising agents and flavorings.
If you love to read surround yourself with action, comedy, history and biographies. Write your own story to be added to the many books around you... and I promise you won't have to use your 6-inch voice.
Have you thought about having your wedding at a beautiful local library??