Flexible Wedding Ceremonies

Scottish Green Wedding
Alternative Ceremony Scotland
Personal Ceremony

Getting married in historic, romantic and beautiful Scotland?  To marry in Scotland gives you more choice for the style, content and location of your ceremony than anywhere else in the UK and many places overseas.

We can offer you complete flexibility for your choice of ceremony content.  We can hold your wedding how you’d like, and where you’d like.  We don’t sit down with you and let you know what you can have, we sit down with you and ask you what you’d like and do our utmost to accommodate your wants and wishes.

We offer you freedom and choice to include only those elements in your ceremony that are personal and meaningful to you – whether religious, spiritual, mixed faith, inclusive, humanist or non-religious, the main thing is that you get to choose.  This applies whether you opt to have your ceremony be legally binding or not (you only need to have the one ceremony held by us in Scotland for it to be legally recognized – the law is different in other parts of the UK and overseas).

Whether you want to marry, elope just the two of you, renew your vows, handfast or go green, we can offer as traditional or alternative a format of ceremony as you wish. Enjoy reading about what we offer and if you have any questions or would like to book a ceremony with us, we look forward to hearing from you and assure you of a prompt, friendly and helpful response at all times.

Contact ANGIE for Inverness to Aberdeen, The Highlands, Islands & North
Landline 01309 673540
Mobile 07940 735555 (including FaceTime or WhatsApp)
Skype RevAng67 (please text or email first to arrange a start time)

Contact JANE for Edinburgh, Glasgow, The Central Belt, The Borders
Mobile 07788 711421
Skype JanePatmore (please text or email first to arrange a start time)

is our dedicated website for LGBTQ couples who would like a personal, meaningful, beautiful, LEGAL wedding ceremony

“The part I love most of the whole day is the ceremony and the decision to ask you to conduct the ceremony was, without doubt, one of the best decisions I’ve made in my entire life.”