ROMANTIC WEDDING IN SCOTLAND

For those of you wishing to have a Romantic Wedding in Scotland there are several companies available online to help you to organize your special day.

They will usually undertake weddings of any size and it can be tailor made to your requirements.

Whether you chose one of the unusual weddings mentioned on this site or a village church, castle, manor house or a hotel you will find excellent companies to organize venues, catering, transport, pipers, kilt hire, legal paperwork (if you are not resident in Scotland) video’s, photographs, honeymoon, and sightseeing. Whatever you require! (NOTE Gay Weddings or civil partnership ceremonies or commitment ceremonies are available throughout Scotland)

A truly romantic setting for your wedding would be Dundas Castle. Only a few miles from Scotland’s capital Edinburgh. This is an historic castle set in 500 acres. They can hold both civil and religious ceremonies and can cater for up to 200 guests. If you decide to honeymoon there it has 5 star accommodation and activities include golf, falconry, shooting, rock climbing, 4×4 driving and archery.

Guthrie Castle, built in 1468 is a fairytale castle which hosts weddings in the Chapel, Great Hall or the Walled Garden. Here you could spend your wedding night in splendour in a beautiful four poster bed.

Murthly Castle and Chapel set in Macbeth country near Dunkeld, Scotland provides romantic and idyllic settings for the perfect wedding. The historic castle is from the 14th century and the chapel is 17th century. It is beautiful, private and romantic and can cater for up to 250 guests.

Another beautiful Scottish Castle is Glenapp. It was built in 1870 and is a magical and romantic setting for a wedding and honeymoon. It has secluded woods, a walled garden, all weather tennis and croquet lawn.

Finally the Travel Advice Pages favourite is Blair Castle. This is the ancient seat of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl. The castle dates from the 13th  century.  It is set in 2,500 acres of ground on an estate of over 145,000 acres. Here you can opt to marry in the Library, if you are a small wedding of up to 40 guests or in the elegant State Dining Room, a beautiful Georgian room with superb views.  The Ballroom can hold up to 220 guests for ceremonies, dining and dancing. If you want to arrive in the style of a princess, horse drawn carriages are available locally too.

There are many beautiful, romantic castles available in Scotland, England and Wales, these are just a small selection of the Travel Advice Pages favourites for a Romantic Wedding in Scotland.

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