If you want a truly unique and personal wedding, then you should definitely hold it in Scotland.
You can even get married at night.
1. The Mountain Bothy, Schiehallion.
2. Errol Park, Errol, Perthshire.
3. Roulotte Retreat, Scottish Borders.
4. Logie Country House, Aberdeenshire.
5. Harvest Moon Holidays, East Lothian.
6. The Coo Cathedral, Aboyne Estate, Aberdeenshire.
7. West Brewery, Glasgow.
8. Cairngorm Mountain Resort, Aviemore, Highland.
9. Highland Tipis, Perthshire.
10. Jupiter Artland, Wilkieston, Edinburgh.
11. Doune Castle, Stirling.
12. The Treehouse at the Lodge on Loch Goil, Argyll.
13. Bogbain Farm, Invernessshire.
14. Camusdarach Beach, Arisaig, Invernessshire.
15. The Byre at Inchyra, Perthshire.
16. Lunga House, Craobh Haven, Argyll.
17. Balmakewan Farm, Aberdeenshire.
18. The Lighthouse, Glasgow.
19. Crear House and Studio, Argyll.
20. The Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides.
21. The Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow.
22. Comrie Croft, Crieff, Perthshire.
23. The Silver Marlin, Loch Lomond.
Many thanks to all the photographers who provided images for this article.
Extra special thanks to Neil Douglas, Donna Murray, Caroline Weiss, Eilidh Robertson, Brian O'Neill, and Mirrorbox Photography for suggesting additional venues and for their expertise.
NB: In addition to Humanist celebrants, there are also a range of independent celebrant options available throughout Scotland, though you will also have to have your marriage solemnised by a registrar before or afterward to ensure it is legally binding.