Today’s virtual venue tour is awesome and you know how we love literary anything!  Want to marry at a historic mansion amongst history and opulence?  Then you must check out the Evergreen Museum & Library, one of Johns Hopkins University’s spectacular wedding venues located just 10 minutes from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.  The options are endless for spring and summer weddings here, with beautiful gardens and an outdoor patio, and weddings year round can enjoy the museum’s historical indoor space options.

For Lindsey and Tim’s June wedding, the outdoor ceremony and reception options were perfect.  They wed in the museum’s expansive meadow (which can also accommodate a seated reception of up to 500!) and utilized the Main House for their exquisite portraits from Merkle Photography.  They then moved to the space’s Carriage House where guests dined both on the tented patio and inside the picturesque house.



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Above Photo Credits: Merkle Photography

Seth and Alyssa also chose the Carriage House for their dinner and dancing reception.  But, first they held their cocktail hour in the utterly elegant Upper Garden, yet another venue option of the Evergreen Museum, located just outside the main house while they snapped portraits at the Main House nearby with Jubilee Photography.  They embraced the spring season, and the venue’s provided tent with lots of white and simple pops of yellow, because who needs a lot of decor when you have a space like this?!


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Above Photo Credits: Jubilee Photography

If you’d like to wed amongst the greenery and history of this stately venue, contact Linda or call (410) 516-1027, and visit The Evergreen Museum & Library’s website for more information.

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