For the nature lover, the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens is a large and affordable venue. The juxtaposition of the gorgeous glass construction with the lush and vibrant flowers makes this venue unique. You do not need to do a lot in the manner of leaves and blossoms since it's surrounding you.
Established in 1888 and recently renovated in 2004, the house has grown to adapt 3 greenhouses, two screen pavilions and numerous outdoor gardens.
The place homes flowers and plants from all around the world, providing the ideal backdrop to get any ceremony, cocktail hour or reception. The indoor facility could be rented for 8 hours or less for, 1,000.
Picturing an estate wedding? Owned by the Johns Hopkins University and near Roland Park, this gorgeous nineteenth century Gilded Age home is a gem of structure with manicured lawns and Italian gardens.
The house's five acre meadow has a quaint small flow and footbridge that make for spectacular bridal portraits. Four hour place rentals vary from $1,500 to $6,000 and may accommodate up to 500 seated guests, based upon the region chosen. Often voted among the funniest libraries on the planet, The George Peabody Library includes a decidedly European feel right in all the centre of Baltimore.
Gilded gold accents, a daring black and white tile flooring, 61 foot towering ceilings and an elaborate skylight all come together to make a monumental wedding place.
The Exhibition Gallery, where guests can examine the collection of rare artifacts, is a great option to get a cocktail hour and hors d'oeuvres. Not only is this place pretty, but you will feel smarter just for mingling among the collection of over 300, 000 volumes.
The library could host a seated dinner with dancing to get 170 guests or a standing cocktail party of 400. Four hour Saturday rentals begin at $6,000, including additional 3 hour set-up, 60 minutes break down time, and access to a preparation suite to get a hour before the event.