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With its soaring vaulted ceilings, breath-taking original windows and its blend of functional, open plan space and Victorian Gothic elegance, it is easy to see why the Old Library is a much-loved wedding venue. -

A Romantic Setting

Since being faithfully restored from the Old Library’s origins as one of Birmingham’s first free libraries in 1866, the romantic setting has played host to many happy and unique wedding days.

Wedding guests will be left mesmerised by the architecturally stunning building, which is flooded with natural daylight and exudes a romantic atmosphere.

A Versatile Space

The venue can easily accommodate up to 150 guestsfor a ceremony and sit-down reception, and there is further space for a large bar area and dance floor, separated from the main space by three grand arch ways.

The versatile space can easily cater to a particular theme that has been envisaged for a wedding day and the experienced events team will be on hand to ensure the wedding day reflects the couple’s vision.

At The Custard Factory

The Old Library is nestled amongst the Custard Factory development, providing a variety of diverse and unique backdrops for the all important wedding photos.

The raised entrance to the Old Library is made private from the Custard Factory with a tranquil water feature and outside gate.

Various Wedding Breakfast Menus are available, suiting a variety of budgets and food requirements to ensure there is something for guests to enjoy.

Take a look at our other wedding venue in Birmingham – Fazeley Studios.

Wedding Packages 

Drinks Package 

£12.50 + vat per head for a glass of sparkling and 3 glasses of house wine or bottles of Becks per person

For more information about our Wedding Party Packages at the Old Library call 0121 224 8486 or fill in the contact form on the right of this page.