12 of the most enchanting places to get married in Scotland in 2019
Planning on tying the knot soon?
By Claire Schofield
Friday, 15th February 2019, 3:55 pm
Updated Friday, 15th February 2019, 4:06 pm
You'd be hard pushed to find more enchanting spots to get married than at these Scottish locations
If you are a bride or groom to be, you'd be hard pushed to find more enchanting spots to get married than at these Scottish locations. From grand castles to stunning outdoor spaces, there's something to cater for every taste.
Sitting surrounded by acres of wooded parkland, this stunning 14th century castle provides a secluded spot for your special day, complete with a unique adjoining chapel with its own private courtyard entrance.
Boasting two beautiful wedding venues, at Harvest Moon you can opt to tie the knot on the beach, or in the enchanting treehouse site which offers views of Bass Rock, providing a memorable backdrop for the celebration.
Nestled in the heart of the Scottish borders, this 500 year old listed tower has plenty of historic charm. And with an outdoor terrace, walled garden and orchard, it makes a great spot for a summer wedding.
Catering for both large and more intimate wedding ceremonies, this wedding venue is full of rustic romance, with decking areas, a cosy lodge and picturesque grounds all at your disposal.
Considered one of Edinburgh's finest Georgian buildings, The Signet Library offers a more unusual space to say your vows, and boasts a gorgeous interior with plenty of history and elegance.
Occupying a wonderfully scenic spot in the Scottish Highlands, weddings here can take place inside the impressive Banqueting Hall, accommodating up to 70 guests, or in the courtyard outside looking out on the mountains of Skye.
Surrounded by miles of beaches and offering four star luxury accommodation in a cosy cottages at its base, this lighthouse is ideal if you're looking for a unique setting for your nuptials.
If you're keen to host your nuptial at a venue with glorious views, few could beat the scenery surrounding this 14th century castle, where you can even take your views overlooking the loch.
Dubbed as Edinburgh's 'Sistine Chapel', few venues are as impressive as Mansfield Traquair. The high vaulted ceilings, historic architecture and state-of-the-art lighting make for the perfect fairytale location.
This stunning Victorian Ballroom is wonderfully atmospheric, featuring original oak floors and high vaulted ceilings adorned with more than 700 antlers, and room for up tp 160 guests - perfect for a big celebration.
Ideally suited for anyone who has always dreamed of tying the knot outdoors, Edinburgh's Secret Herb Garden provides a unique setting surrounding by luscious greenery, making for a more unusual, rustic wedding.
This romantic destination sits surrounded by mature gardens set deep in the East Lothian countryside, and can accommodate from 50 up to 130 guests inside the castle, catering for both intimate and more lavish affairs.