Sara and Matt’s East Garden Ceremony

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We are so lucky to have such a beautiful outdoor area for rent here at the Natural History Museum. With several different types of gardens, we will surely be able to help you find the perfect ceremony location!

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Sara and Matt were one of the first couples to take advantage of this new area. They chose to use the east garden for their ceremony, which was a perfect size to seat 120 guests.

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Sara, being walked down the aisle by her mother, made a dramatic entrance from our Rotunda and down the staircase which was the original entrance to the museum in 1913.

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With the Exposition Park Rose Garden as a beautiful backdrop, the ceremony was only the first of what is sure to be a hot spot for NHM weddings!

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After the ceremony, guests retreated to the ever-popular the Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oschin Family Hall of African Mammals for dinner against the backdrop of the African savannah.

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A big thank you to Michael T Regan Photography for letting us post these beautiful photos on our site. If you would like to see more please visit http://michaeltregan.com/ or you can contact Michael directly at 215.275.2252 or email mike@michaeltregan.com. If you would like to continuous updates via Twitter, go ahead and follow @MTR_Photography

For more information on holding your wedding here, please call the Special Events Information Line at 213-763-3221, email us at specialevents@nhm.org or visit http://www.nhm.org/site/about-our-museums/event-rentals-filming/event-types/weddings.

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