Mayfair Library

Westminster Register Office's main ceremony rooms are situated on the first floor of the historic Mayfair Library.

The library has a quiet, romantic atmosphere and is perfect for an intimate wedding or civil partnership ceremony.

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1. Location

The venue has a fantastic central London location within walking distance of many excellent reception venues. Nearby, there are several stunning locations to take photos, including Mount Street Gardens which is situated right next to the library.


Mayfair Library, 25 South Audley Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 2PB. View Mayfair Library in Google Maps


2. Ceremony rooms

There is a choice of 2 ceremony rooms: the intimate Marylebone Room or the elegant Mayfair Room. You can also relax in the Elizabeth Barratt Browning Room, where your pre-ceremony interview will take place.

Marylebone Room

The Marylebone Room has seating for up to 22 guests. The room has been lovingly refurbished and decorated with antique books, vintage ornaments and silk flowers. With its large, original fireplace and stained glass bay window, this room is perfect for a small ceremony.

Mayfair Room

The larger Mayfair Room, with its splendid aisle, elegant décor and seating for up to 38 guests, is perfect for an entrance. The room has silk flowers and a stained glass bay window overlooking the beautiful Mount Street Gardens.

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3. Evening ceremonies

Evening ceremonies are available on Thursdays after 5pm. During the autumn and winter months, the rooms are lit with faux wax candles which create a wonderful romantic atmosphere.

4. Open evenings

Come and visit us at Mayfair Library during one of our open evenings where you will be able to view the ceremony rooms and chat with our registrars.

Our opening events are held on the first Thursday of every month from 5.15pm to 7pm.

5. Fees

Prices include a non-refundable £75 booking fee, the ceremony room, the registrars’ attendance and 1 certificate.

Fees will increase from 1 April 2017. Any ceremonies booked to take place up to and including 31 March 2017, will be charged at the current Mayfair Library Fees 2016/17.

Mayfair Library (April 2017 - March 2018)



Monday to Friday (before 5pm) £310
Monday to Friday  (after 5pm) £420
Saturday £395
Sunday £550
Bank Holidays £790

Booking information 

If your ceremony is more than 4 months away, only the £75 booking fee must be paid at the time of booking, with the remaining amount due at least 4 months before the ceremony.

If your ceremony is less than 4 months away, the full amount for the ceremony including the booking fee must be paid at the time of booking.

Bookings are subject to terms and conditions. Cancellation and amendment fees apply.

Reception hire is not included and there are no reception facilities available at this venue.

6. Accessibility

There is no disabled access at Mayfair Library. The entrance has a flight of 5 stairs and the ceremony rooms are on the first floor which is up another flight of 30 stairs. There are no lifts in the building. 

If you require disabled access for your ceremony, you can choose from one of the many approved venues in Westminster or have a Register Office ceremony at Westminster City Hall.

There is no specific drop off and pick up area for cars outside Mayfair Library.

7. Other key information


There is no parking directly outside Mayfair Library and the street should be strictly limited to dropping off and picking up only. 

Venue information

Following your ceremony, please remember that confetti must be confined to the entrance of the library and that consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited in Mount Street Gardens. 

8. Book your ceremony

You will need to check the availability of the registrars and book their attendance.

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Please note: Registrars only attend Mayfair Library for scheduled ceremonies and there is no administrative office on-site.

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Last updated: 15 March 2017
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