With 2014 nearing an end and Scotland’s year of sport slowly coming to an end too we’re thinking about all the fantastic unique wedding venues Scotland has to offer.
In rugby, the Viagogo Autumn tests see Scotland face Argentina, New Zealand and Tonga this November which got us thinking wouldn’t it be amazing to get married in your favourite sports venue?
We had a couple tie the knot at Easter Road this summer. Being big Hibs fans they found it the perfect wedding venue for them. It’s great that in Scotland you have the freedom to get married anywhere, allowing you and your partner the freedom to let your personalities shine through.
It’s not uncommon for couples to get engaged whilst at their favourite sports venues. Have we all seen Kanye Wests extravagant proposal to Kim Kardashian? He hired out the entire San Francisco AT&T Stadium as a romantic gesture-no expense spared!
We’ve done the research for you and found that you can get married in lots of sports venues across Scotland. This is only a small list but we’re sure you could probably tie the knot in most of Scotland’s sports venues.
Hampden Park Glasgow
Celtic Park, Glasgow
Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen
Tulloch Caledonian Stadium, Inverness
What’s great about these wedding venues is they are used to catering for very large parties so you’re numbers probably aren’t going to matter too much. One thing to still consider is your wedding budget and it might be an idea to clarify you wont more than a bovril and a pie for your wedding breakfast? (Although, those might be great ideas for the evening buffet!)
So whether it’s Glasgow, the host city of the Commonwealth games, Edinburgh, the capital city, or the Highlands we’re sure you’ll find the perfect sports wedding venue for your big day!
If a football wedding or sports themed wedding isn’t your kind of thing then we’re going to be featuring some of our favourite Scottish wedding venues over the next few months so be sure to check back and see where we are. If you can’t wait till then check out the venues and locations we’ve already been conducting Humanist marriage ceremonies at.