20 of the most unusual places people have got married in Scotland

Forget stately homes and white weddings - Scotland's liberal laws on weddings mean couples have got married in all sorts of unusual places.

Weddings in Scotland
Weddings in Scotland

As long as the wedding is conducted by a religious official, registrar or non-religious Humanist Society Scotland celebrant, it's legally binding in Scotland. Here are some of the most weird and wonderful places that couples have hosted their weddings across the country.

Alpaca fan? Youre in luck - one Scottish couple are now offering weddings on their alpaca farm in Innerleithen. You can even use them as ring bearers - if you dare.

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Scottish couples who love being near the sea have hosted their weddings at Corsewall Lighthouse in the North Rhinns of Galloway, which, on clear days, offers views of the Irish coast.
One brave couple decided to get married in strong winds and lashing rain on the Isle of Skye in 2018. The brides dress reportedly got covered in mud, but the scenery was gorgeous.
Several couples have chosen to tie the knot at Scotlands bothies, since there are no laws prohibiting outdoor marriage.
This is a very niche venue for a wedding and a genuine museum. The building was once a working colliery and blends Victorian architecture with industrial style.
This legendary rock and dancehall venue in Glasgow hosted a wedding reception a good few years ago, though the couple actually got married in a nearby church.
Scottish couples who love being near the sea have hosted their weddings at Corsewall Lighthouse in the North Rhinns of Gallowa, which, on clear days, offers views of the Irish coast.
If alpacas arent quite enough, Edinburgh zoo has seen couples get married in their Mansion House building then pose for pictures among the penguins afterwards.
Game of Thrones fans can geek out by getting married in Winterfell - well almost. Doune Castle was used for shots of the Starks home in the very first episode.
A couple named Julie and John decided to do something a little different for their wedding by getting married on the waters of Loch Lomond - on a Sweeneys cruise boat.
One adventurous couple got married on Ailsa Craig last year, a totally uninhabited Scottish island.
This is a former Victorian Swimming pool in Edinburgh which has now been decked out to host weddings. Its got a lovely contemporary feel.
No need to worry, all the cows have been moved out of this Aberdeenshire venue, which has seen a number of couples get married under its vaulted timber roof.
Like camping without roughing it? Harvest Moon Holidays offers a glampsite with most couples getting married on the beach before having the reception in a marquee.
Another converted venue, The Glue Factory is a new favourite with couples wanting an off-beat location for their wedding. Its an industrial warehouse with a modernised refurb.
One hardy, horror-loving couple actually got married at Edinburgh dungeons in 2002.
Only accessible by Land Rover, Highland Safaris has married several couples surrounded by 250,000 acres of Highland, often with a gorgeous sunset as the backdrop.
A building named the Lighthouse, arty couples have wed here with Glasgows skyline as the backdrop from the centres viewing platform.
For a boozy wedding that suits beer lovers, some couples have opted to tie the knot in this brewerys Templeton Building, modelled on the Venice Doges Palace.
This one doesnt look as industrial as it sounds - couples have got married on this ship berthed in the Port of Leith in the elegant ballroom there.