Whether your dream wedding is grand and sumptuous; intimate and relaxed; civil or religious (which includes other belief systems, such as Humanism); we offer a wealth of romantic venues across Scotland.
Come along and see these beautiful National Trust for Scotland venues dressed for a wedding! Meet our friendly, knowledgeable teams as well as specially selected suppliers, including caterers, photographers and musicians.
- Brodie Castle, Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 April 2017, 12-4pm
One of the great advantages of getting married in Scotland is that you can hold your wedding almost anywhere, as the minister, priest or celebrant carries the licence.
For a traditional wedding, choose from our spectacular collection of grand castles, royal hunting lodges and beautiful stately homes. Several of our venues have their own chapel, while all offer a variety of stylish settings in which to take your vows.
If you're looking for something more unusual, why not choose the romantic waterfall and woodland setting of The Hermitage in Perthshire, the Garden of Historic Roses at Drum Castle on Royal Deeside, or the medieval Brig o' Doon in Alloway, birthplace of Robert Burns. Find your perfect spot amongst our internationally acclaimed gardens, thousands of hectares of wild landscape and dozens of unique and unusual properties.
Whether you choose a sumptuous feast or an intimate dinner, you'll enjoy outstanding service and creative menus bursting with fresh, local and seasonal Scottish ingredients.
Many of our venues can accommodate wedding receptions within the historic building, with the option to host larger marquee celebrations in the grounds.
With manicured lawns, vibrant borders, charming follies and beautiful lochs, our gardens and estates are perfect for wedding photography. Don't worry if the weather is unkind on your wedding day, our exquisite interiors provide an impressive wet weather contingency.