The Boston Public Library is giving away free wedding ceremonies

Six couples will get to say ‘I do’ in the library’s courtyard.

If you’ve always dreamed of saying ‘I do’ at Boston’s historic library, you’re in luck. The Boston Public Library is giving six couples the chance to exchange their vows inside its outdoor courtyard for free on June 11.

The winners will be randomly selected from an online lottery, which accepts registrations through March 12, according to the library.

For the big day, couples will be provided a light breakfast and beverages, bouquets and boutonnieres, as well as music and photography for the ceremony. The ceremonies will be officiated by Thomas Welch, a justice of the peace, and each wedding party is allowed a maximum of eight guests.


The six lucky couples will be selected  by March 13 and must sign a wedding agreement within 72 hours of being notified to claim the prize, the library said.

Learn more about the giveaway here.