5 Unique Wedding Venue Ideas in Glasgow
From locations offering stunning Victorian architecture to those with incredible artwork to admire, here are 5 unique wedding venue ideas in Glasgow.
A fun and inviting city, Glasgow has a lot to offer. From stunning Victorian architecture to those offering truly admirable artwork, there's an appropriate wedding venue to suit everyone's needs.
So, whether you'd like to celebrate your special day with a small, traditional wedding or a large alternative wedding ceremony, make sure your venue is as welcoming to your guests as the invitation itself.
Òran Mór is an alternative venue with an unrivalled atmosphere.
Based in the centre of Glasgow's West End, the venue formerly served as a church: perhaps making this the ideal venue for someone with such religious observance.
Regardless of your chosen faith, it's hard not to appreciate Òran Mór's traditional stained glass windows and the gorgeous yet unique ceiling mural designed by Alasdair Gray.
Located in the extremely convenient Glasgow city centre, the Grand Central Hotel features both Victorian architecture and contemporary design elements.
If you can't decide between classic and contemporary and would like to experience the best of both these styles, this hotel may be the ideal wedding venue in Glasgow.
The beautiful staircase and Champagne Central, the hotel's modern bar, also promise to provide photo opportunities with impressive backdrops.
If you're looking for a luxurious wedding setting in the centre, Blythswood Square will likely exceed your expectations.
With marble floors and traditional wood panelling, the venue is truly extravagant.
The private garden and cinema also mean that any couples who wish to show their wedding photos or entertain children throughout the day can easily do so.
With a magnificent light fitting placed within the venue, which adds elegance to your photos, you'll probably be even more likely to utilise opportunities to share memories of your special day with others.
4.House for an Art Lover
A gorgeous venue which was influenced by Charles Rennie MacIntosh's designs.
With a choice of rooms available to you, depending on numbers, House for an Art Lover is located in the serene and gorgeous surroundings of Bellahouston Park.
The venue boasts an impressive walled garden and a separate Oval Room, which can serve as a sanctuary for the blissful couple to escape for a moment if overwhelmed. Alternatively, the Oval Room could be used as a place to store your wedding gifts or, if you don't feel overwhelmed, a dedicated room in which to take photos with your guests.
5.Pollokshields Burgh Hall
If you'd prefer a wedding venue that's tranquil and features plenty of period architecture, then Pollokshields Burgh Hall might be the ideal venue for your Glasgow wedding.
Based within Maxwell Park, this leafy setting provides a beautiful Victorian exterior whilst the interior is significantly more contemporary.
Unique features of this location include the Loggia, which connects to the fairy garden and provides the perfect opportunity to host an outdoor reception or dinner, weather-permitting.
If you're considering booking your wedding ceremony at a Glasgow venue, I'm sure you'll agree that the city offers an impressive range of sophisticated venues to cater for all tastes.
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