The North Rotunda reduces costs to help cash-strapped couples get the wedding they want

The Glasgow venue is helping couples faced with planning during the cost of living crisis, with reductions in price but not in quality

A room in The North ROtunda dressed for a wedding reception
Photo: Carlo Paloni

It’s no secret we’ve long been fans of Glasgow’s The North Rotunda (it was the spectacular backdrop for our latest grooms shoot, available to view in our digital issue), but with the announcement of new packages, we’ve fallen for them even harder. The Clydeside spot is now offering free venue hire to weddings with over 60 guests and is massively reducing its ceremony hire, giving couples way more bang for their buck at a time when watching the pennies is more important than ever.

The good news doesn’t stop there: the venue shares its Clydeside location with Cranside Kitchen, so it’s also offering couples the option of a themed wedding menu with Italian, Greek or Asian options. There’s also a brand-new street-food-inspired evening buffet featuring current favourites like tacos, bao buns, and fish and chip cones. There’s also a complimentary drink on arrival with all packages, helping set you and your guests up for the perfect, purse-friendly day.

A silhouetted image of two people standing with foreheads touching underneath the Finnieston Crane in Glasgow
Photo: John Clark Photos

The building dates back to 1890 and can accommodate up to 140 seated guests and 240 evening guests. The spacious and adaptable Finnieston Room boasts a private bar, dancefloor, dedicated entrance and high-tech AV equipment, whilst The Dome features floor to ceiling windows with spectacular views of the River Clyde and Finnieston Crane and is ideal for a drinks reception or smaller wedding.