It is the most important day of your life, so where you get married plays a pretty important factor in the big day. The venue is usually one the first things that is booked when planning a wedding, and usually determines the overall theme. To help any brides and husbands to be, GlasgowLiving have found wedding venues in Glasgow that are that wee bit different…

Saint Luke’s

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Image: stlukesglasgow.com

This Grade B listed building in Glasgow’s regenerated East End has gorgeous high ceilings allowing natural daylight to flood in. Once an old church, the period features like the stained glass windows, balcony area and a pipe organ are still present, making Saint Luke’s an ideal venue for those wanting to get married in a church, without getting married in an actual church. The venue holds 180 for a banquet, 200 dinner/dance and 350 for a reception. For more information, check out their website.

The National Piping Centre

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Located in the city centre, The Piping Centre was once an Italianate church and now the home of Scottish Piping. Whether you choose to have a full wedding day or an evening party, there are bespoke packages that suit everyone. Every package includes a National Piping Centre Piper. For more information, visit their website.

Old Fruitmarket

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Image: glasgowvenuehire.org.uk

Oozing character, the Old Fruitmarket boasts its “lofty vaulted roof, listed cast iron columns, original signage and balcony”. The spacious venue has maintained its Victorian architecture and holds 520 for a banquet and 400 for a reception. There is a full catering service which can be provided. For more information, check out their website.

Oran Mor

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Image: Facebook @OranMorGlasgow

This unique venue in the heart of the West End, offers facilities for a wedding ceremony or civil partnership. Now a converted church, the Oran Mor offers complete flexibility and bespoke menus. The Auditorium holds 100-275 guests and The Gallery holds 55 guests. For more information, visit their website.

The Lighthouse

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Image: thelighthouseevents.co.uk

This former Glasgow Herald Building, and Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s first public commision, is the perfect venue for either a civil ceremony or civil partnership ceremony. There are two function rooms, holding 60 for Wedding Breakfast and 150 Evening Reception. For more information, visit their website.

The Woodside Warehouse

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Image: woodsidewarehouse.co.uk

A unique space that is a blank canvas for you to decorate it as you like can be hard to find. However, Woodside Warehouse is just that. Located in the West End, the building has two interlinking bright spaces and a basement bar with dance floor. For more information, visit their website.

Greenbank Gardens

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Situated near Clarkston in the South South, Greenbank Gardens is a picturesque venue for your wedding. With a capacity of 50 people and a choice to have marquee, it is an excellent choice for an alfresco wedding on the manicured lawns, whether it is a religious or humanist ceremony. For more information, click here.