We plan weddings for a wonderful selection of wedding venues in the Scottish Borders, Northumberland, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle areas – from romantic castles to intimate country houses, charming hotels to something more unusual.
We work directly with a number of wedding venues as part of the in-house planning team and as a recommended external supplier to other venues, to provide inspiration and creative ideas to make your day extra special.
Although these wedding venues are all quite different, rest assured that some things are always the same: a warm, friendly welcome, stylish surroundings, and a discreet, dedicated team behind the scenes, making everything run like clockwork.
You may want to mix-and-match wedding and reception venues, or combine one of our wedding venues with your own favourite church. We’re highly flexible and happy to work with other venues on request.
Click below to take a tour of the wedding venues we work with directly.
We would like to thank you and your skilled team at Get Knotted for the spectacular flowers, bouquets and buttonholes! They all looked beautiful in the hall at Ednam House with the natural sunlight gleaming through the large glass windows. You all helped make our day so special
Get ahead of the trend and have a village hall wedding in your local town. With creative flair, some props and lighting, St Boswells Village Hall becomes a rather romantic wedding venue, guaranteed to be the talk of the town!
Springkell is beautiful Palladian Mansion built from 1734 and just 6 miles from historic Gretna Green.
Wedding parties for up to 150 guest in these rustic barns set around the courtyard of what would have been the original Georgian stable block for Wedderburn Castle.
Exceptional Castle wedding venue in the Scottish Borders. With accommodation in the castle itself for the bridal party this is the stuff of fairy tales.
Comrie Croft is a unique venue for a truly DIY wedding experience, there is definitely something for everyone at this rustic, rural retreat.
Few exclusive Scottish wedding venues offer the true luxury of Broxmouth Park, a stylish Scottish country mansion set within 150 acres of private parkland in East Lothian available solely for your ultimate wedding day.
Carfraemill is an exceptional country inn close to Edinburgh in the Scottish Borders. It’s a fantastic wedding venue for couples looking for a combination of outstanding food and hospitality in relaxed, stylish surroundings.
If you’re looking for a romantic wedding venue steeped in Borders history, Barony Castle is perfect. This striking romantic 16th century Scottish towerhouse is set in beautiful grounds near the pretty Borders town of Peebles.
A very exciting venue in the East Neuk of Fife, the Cow Shed Crail is so much more than just a byre! What better than a wedding beside the seaside and this venue provides the perfect blank canvas for you to make it all very own.
The Roxburghe Hotel near Kelso is one of the Scottish Borders’ most elegant wedding venues, in a lovely woodland setting on the River Teviot.
With its romantic façade and elegant interiors, Thirlestane Castle is the perfect choice for a wedding.
With its combination of traditional grandeur and bohemian chic, Paxton House is a wonderfully flexible wedding venue where you’re welcome to put your own creative spin on things.
Gunsgreen House is a fantastically flexible venue in the coastal village of Eyemouth, which prides itself on its personal touch and warm, welcoming atmosphere.
This secret gem of a walled garden near Yetholm includes a beautifully appointed Victorian conservatory and terrace, providing an elegant country setting for a wedding ceremony with up to 48 guests.
Buccleuch Arms Hotel near St Boswells is known throughout the Borders for its warm welcome, impeccable hospitality and fabulous food. Twice voted Scottish Inn of the Year!
For those of you looking for that ‘Scottish castle’ feel but with the benefit of all mod cons, Aikwood Tower near Selkirk is hard to beat. An intimate, stylish venue steeped in the romance of Borders reiving history.