Neil Nicholson and Kelli Fish will become the first couple to marry at Lord's this August.
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), which owns the ground in London [ Images ], has increasingly opened up its facilities for public functions, and has now been granted a marriage licence.
According to the Telegraph, the couple will get ready in the dressing rooms, exchange vows in the Writing Room, have a champagne reception on the pavilion roof and their wedding breakfast in the Long Room.
"Neil is a huge cricket fan. I'd have been happy with getting married on a beach, but I'm really excited by this because he is excited," Kelli said.
Costs range from 1,000 pounds for a ceremony in the 60-seat Writing Room with a reception to 4,000 pounds for a ceremony in the Long Room, which can hold 230 guests, without a reception.
The wedding breakfast will cost £145 a head and a tour of Lord's £9.16 a head.
The bride and groom are also offered complimentary tickets for a Test match.
MCC members will be entitled to a 50 per cent discount on room hire and a 10 per cent discount on the wedding package.