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Armadillo and Hotel Before booking your dream place for your wedding in Glasgow; you need to think about exactly what it is you’re looking for in your venue and what your budget is. You can have a special day on a small budget and it will be even more special because you haven’t put yourself deeply in debt to get it!

Popular wedding venues in Glasgow can be booked 18 months in advance; so if you already know when you’re getting married and where; you need to book right away especially if you’re planning on getting married on the weekend or on holidays. If you don’t know the date of your wedding yet; then even better, it will be easier for you to find somewhere if you can decide the date when you find out the venue’s availability.

You may also want or need to consider getting separate venues for your wedding and your reception, although with more and more places these days having wedding licences, this is less of a problem. It is something to consider, though, and that is only where your problems start!

Some of the wedding venues you could look at in Glasgow are as follows:

If you are looking for stunning wedding location with beautiful views overlooking the River Clyde then why not use Crowne Plaza Glasgow for your wedding venue? With a civil ceremony licence and everything being catered for in one place; it takes the stress out of your happiest day.

If a modern hotel that oozes style is more your thing; then you could use The Menzies in Glasgow; sitting in the city centre it makes a perfect venue for your wedding. With four stars and wonderful staff; you might wish you could go there every day.

If you’re looking for romance and beautiful scenery then why not try The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour for your wedding venue? You could have the ceremony on the deck of the ship providing amazing views of the River Clyde. A truly spectacular venue for your wedding, you could even have your reception here as below deck on this fabulous ship. Have a wedding that your guests will be talking about for years to come; make it definitely different!

Wherever you decide on your venue for your wedding in Glasgow; you need to have a list of questions to ask the wedding planner or any official dealing with your wedding venue; some of these following issues are great to ask about:

  • Find out exactly what the price you are paying includes, drinks, food, party etc?
  • Find out if the wedding venue in Glasgow change the menus or do you have to have what is there?
  • Find out if there is a bar available for use and who exactly pays the licence for the drinks.
  • Will there be rooms available on the date you’re looking at for guests to stay and how much will it be for them? They may be a discount for wedding guests.
  • Find out if the hotel has a toast master or if you have to provide your own.
  • Find out if the price includes flowers and arrangements for the tables, can you sort out your own if you want to.
  • Find out if they have a disco licence or a live band licence.
  • Find out if there is good parking available for the guests.
  • Find out if there are areas that are nice enough for your wedding photographs inside and outside.

Being prepared and knowing in advance some of the things you want to find out will help your Glasgow wedding go smoothly, allowing you just to relax and enjoy your big day – knowing it will be exactly as you want it to be.

Add your comments below if you have wedding planning advice to share or if you would like to respond to this article.

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We are planning our wedding for 2016 we want somewhere we can have both ceremony and reception ceremony will only be 14 people yet the evening will b max 200 and I will want to have my own evening buffet and dj any suggestions for the Glasgow area?

Stacey | Wed Aug 07 2013

I require a reception hall for a seated meal for 60 guests then additional 20 for reception but I require a venue that allows outside catering to be served. Is there any options available for me?

nicola mcilwaine | Mon Nov 21 2011

Sorry, the above commentary is in reference to House for an Art Lover in Bellahouston Park.

Julie C | Fri May 30 2008

Highly recommended as a wedding/function venue. We planned our wedding from overseas, and they were professional, communicative, and made us comfortable throughout the process. The venue is stunning and was well suited for our group of 67 (though the dance floor was too small to accommodate some ceilidh dances for the whole group). The food was exceptional and well-presented; plenty of staff was on hand, and James did a great job of keeping the day on track. The nearby walled garden is great for photos (though it?s worth determining whether the flowers will be between seasons during your event, as there?s a small fee that must be paid for professional photography). We did both ceremony and reception here and couldn't have imagined a better day!

Julie C | Fri May 30 2008

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