Wild Scottish Weddings

Welcome to Wild Scottish Weddings

Do you like the idea of getting married outdoors, in one of the most beautiful locations Scotland has to offer? 

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We offer…

an alternative to classic, indoor weddings, for those who love our Scottish landscapes, perhaps are keen hill walkers or wildlife enthusiasts and who dream of getting married somewhere just a little bit different.

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You’re in for an incredible day..

We recommend swapping a long white wedding dress for walking trousers and jumper, you might prefer a bobble hat to a veil. The groom could wear a kilt but be aware of the wind!

We can carry the dress or kilt for you if that’s what you’d like! It will be an incredible day, with special extras such as delicious food, tailored to your preferences.

Please browse our site and give us a call to discuss your bespoke, dream, wilderness wedding ceremony

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Loch side love

There are many beautiful and remote lochs in Scotland, the Pools of Dee in the famous Lairig Ghru for example. If a long day trek is your bag then why not get married on the way? Now that’s something to shout about.

Alternatively, we can offer you a shorter walk to an equally amazing loch side location that is more accessible, without compromising on the ‘wild side’.


Moon lit marriages

Who says weddings have to take place during the afternoon? We offer wedding ceremonies at all times of the day or night! Now that’s different.

If you want to, you can camp overnight or we’ll escort you to somewhere with a little more comfort and collect you in the morning

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Hill top celebration

There aren’t many people that have been married at the top of a hill, mountain, Munro. If this appeals to your sense of adventure then let us take you there! Imagine an amazing hill walk, with your wedding ceremony taking place with view across Scotland, performed by a local registrar, followed by champagne and delicious canapes, produced from local Scottish ingredients.