There’s no wedding without the vows, right? We bring you some of Scotland’s most magnificent spaces to do the deed
House for an Art Lover
Celebrated Scottish designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh had a hand in creating this stylish and inimitable ceremony haven, making House for an Art Lover one of Glasgow’s most popular venues.
Under Edinburgh’s streets is Marlin’s Wynd, a stone-vaulted paradise for couples hunting for an unusual, yet devastatingly romantic wedding venue.
Scone Palace’s majestic Long Gallery, the lengthiest room in Scotland, is as grand as they come. Get a load of the organ and gilded artworks! Hello dreamy ceremony room.
Exchange vows in Kincaid House’s spacious conservatory, then afterwards, you and your guests can revel in the Milton of Campsie venue’s picturesque walled garden. Eat your heart out, Mary Lennox.
Argrennan Manor House
Argrennan Manor House, nestled in enchanting Galloway countryside, has a breathtaking White Room dripping in glinting chandeliers and period features that has ‘wedding’ written all over it.
At the top of a fairytale staircase within the medieval tower of the Auld Keep at South Queensferry’s Dundas Castle, the magnificent Great Hall awaits, with its vaulted ceiling and original brickwork.
A marquee opens up a world of décor possibilities, and we’re huge fans of what Biggar’s Cornhill Castle has achieved its wedding pavillion. We’re swooning over the petals scattered down the aisle.
Three Sisters Bake
This Pinterest wonderland is a dreamy ceremony set-up at Three Sisters Bake at Killearn Village Hall. Once you’ve said I do, they’ll whip up some delicious food, too.
Ingliston Country Club
At Renfrewshire venue Ingliston Country Club, you have the choice of marrying in one of two luxurious suites: The Salerno or Connemara [pictured]. Both are winners in our eyes.
The astounding ceremony room at Winton Castle tells a score of romantic stories spread out through history. Right back to the late 1400s, in fact.
The Parsonage at Dunmore Park
This striking ceremony set-up in the grounds of The Parsonage at Dunmore Park combines mood lighting and statement foliage.