This pick of fabulous wedding venues in Glasgow will certainly inspire your search for the dream spot to tie the knot.
The wedding venues in Glasgow are some of the best in Scotland. Which is understandable when you consider how the city is renowned for knowing how to through a party! It's safe to say that choosing to wed in Glasgow means you are in good hands.
Glasgow is an historic city, steeped in rich heritage, with many of the historic buildings available for use as wedding venues. The rich past of this ancient city can be seen all over its walls. From the imposing carved stone lions in the City Chambers, to the ornate colonnades of the Gallery of Modern Art. The beautiful contrast between historical architecture and the contemporary styled interiors of many buildings in Glasgow is indeed breathtaking, and perfect for couples wishing to marry in a venue filled with character and charm.
If you're looking for someone with more of a rustic, countryside feel. Then there are plenty of wedding venues close to Glasgow city centre, which are surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens and scenic country backdrops – perfect for wedding photography.
To ease your search for wedding venues in Glasgow, we have curated a list of our top 7 venues around the city that you might want to consider.
The 7 Best Wedding Venues in Glasgow
Boclair House is one of the most luxurious wedding venues in Glasgow, and its 5-star hotel is set on gorgeous landscaped gardens. With a fabulous Grand Ballroom, exquisite hidden boardroom, event space and 12 individually designed suites, Boclair House really certainly exceed all your expectations.
The Grand Ballroom effortlessly transforms into a bright and airy yet intimate space that's flooded with natural light. With a stunning decor and outstanding attention to detail, every guest will surely feel extra special, making it the perfect wedding venue for your special day.
Built back in the 1800s, The Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow is one of the most unique wedding venues in the city, with a space full of character and original period features. Once a wholesale fruit market, this historical building has been extensively renovated whilst still retaining much of its period charm.
This iconic venue features much of the original fruit market signage, large cast iron columns and lofty vaulted roof, which adds great character to the already magnificent surroundings. This fantastically versatile Glasgow venue can be transformed into a beautifully romantic setting for a wedding.
Scotland’s answer to Downton Abbey, Pollok House offers couples a taste of the 1930s, but with all the modern amenties you could need.
Just three miles from Glasgow City Centre, Pollok House is a 450 acre estate, and one of the most treasured wedding venues in Scotland.
Pollok House has possibly the finest 20th-century library in Scotland, filled with iconic columns and adorned by some of Pollok’s most treasured paintings. The library also houses a fabulous Steinway grand piano, which is available for your use to entertain guests and welcome the bride. The Library French doors open out on to an elaborate parterre garden, a superb setting for your wedding photography and celebratory drinks.
Situated in Glasgow’s vibrant West End, Oran Mor is one of the more well-known wedding and event venues. Complete with stunning auditorium, which can accommodate wedding parties of up to 250 dining guests.
The building’s original purpose as a church means your ceremony will be held in a church-like setting, a few steps from your evening celebrations. The venue offers a flexible event space, effortlessly creating the perfect wedding setting for any couple’s personality and individual style. Another fantastic feature of this venue is the stunning celestial ceiling mural – one of Scotland’s largest pieces of public art.
The Corinthian Club is a lavish purpose-built wedding space spread over 5 refined floors. The Flying Scotsman is the real showstopper attraction, decorated in muted colours with feature lighting, making it the ideal setting for your fairy-tale wedding, the Mezzanine area makes the perfect spot for a drinks' reception.
If you are looking for something more low-key, The Corinthian Club has a number of rooms available for more intimate celebrations. If you're looking for super stylish wedding venues, this is undoubtedly one of the chicest in Glasgow.
Set on 169 acres of ground within Bellahouston Park, House for an Art Lover is certainly one of the most inspiring wedding venues in Glasgow. Originally designed by Charles Rennie Macintosh and built years later as a centre for exhibiting art, design, and architecture.
The Music Room has a beautifully white interior featuring outstanding elements of Macintosh design. A bright space with floor to ceiling windows, the perfect setting for a wedding ceremony with up to 110 guests. The Art Lover’s Bar is a relaxed event space for the evening reception holding up to 130 guests together with a dance floor and decorated with glistening lights to enhance the evening entertainment.
If you are dreaming of a truly one-of-a-kind backdrop for your wedding, then make sure this spot is on your list.
Cottiers is a famous historical landmark and one of the most stunning wedding venues in the heart of Glasgow’s West End. The building is a renovated church with many of its original features still on display, including a fully restored Willis organ, beautiful stained-glass windows and ornate stonework, plus plenty of outdoor space.
The venue prides itself on offering flexible wedding packages for all types of budgets. The on-site theatre set designers will also always be on hand to create a wedding setting of your dreams in whichever style and design you wish.
Opus Couture is situated only 40 minutes away from Glasgow by train or by car. So if you're a future Glaswegian bride, you'll have no issue in popping out of the city and enjoying being able to spend the day with us!