I am often being asked by couples what is the best Scottish wedding venue . It’s a hard question because there are so many places I’ve worked at as a wedding photographer and it’s not possible to choose just one.
I love unique venues, the ones with plenty of natural light but also tipis, yurts and marquees decorated by the couples themselves. Pretty grounds and walled gardens are useful too, no matter if it’s raining or not.
Here are my recommended places to get married in Scotland. I haven’t worked at every venue listed but they all are worth checking out !
Ravensheugh Log Cabin in Tyninghame. Cute little cabin by the sea with woodland area and a field for camping guests, perfect for alternative, DIY weddings .
Errol Park – rural house with stunning gardens, one of best wedding venues in Perthshire.
Colstoun House – absolutely perfect wedding venue where you can get married in a polytunnel. I’ve done a few weddings at Colstoun and looking forward to photographing more in 2018.
The Cowshed Crail – barn wedding venue with views over sea , outside fishing village of Crail.
Kirknewton Stables – first barn venue I’ve worked at, just outside Edinburgh. Pretty grounds with a garden, really nice spot for a wedding ceremony under trees and lovely barn.
Biscuit Factory – alternative wedding venue in Edinburgh. Art & events space during the week, located by the Water of Leith.
Monachyle Mhor – boutique hotel by the loch at the foot of the mountains. For couples looking for most stunning Scottish scenery.
Myres Castle – lovely castle, charming “barnquee”, walled garden and maze – great rustic wedding venue in Fife.
Secret Herb Garden – garden centre with vintage furniture at the foot of Pentland Hills. Not traditional wedding venue, the glasshouse is perfect for smaller and alternative weddings.
and what is your favourite venue for wedding photos in Scotland?