The Royal Scotsman
Consider a wedding venue with a difference - aboard one of the world's most luxurious trains.

The Atrium is a stunning modern venue, which takes on a cathedral-like atmosphere.

Craighouse Napier University
Craighouse is a very attractive and easily accessible venue, only 15 minutes from Edinburgh's city centre.

Hibernian Football Club
Standing proud in the heart of Leith, Easter Road Stadium offers a unique setting for your special day.

Royal College of Physicians
The Victorian Great Hall and galleried New Library provide a stunning setting for your wedding ceremony.


The Chester Residence
A home of your own in a city of beauty and culture.


Simpsons Florist
Simpsons Florist is a long established family run business with a young and enthusiastic team.

Wedding suppliers who also cover Edinburgh


La Paella


Black Kilt Tours of Scotland

Information about the city

Edinburgh, with its splendid historical buildings would be a dramatic place for your civil partnership ceremony. The capital of Scotland, it is also one of Britain's most gay friendly cities.

Make sure you ask your wedding venue to include some of the local whisky on the menu.

If you hold your civil partnership ceremony in August, you could combine it with the famous Edinburgh Festival, which attracts stars of film and stage.

If you wanted to have your honeymoon in Scotland, you could include a trip to Glasgow, another gay friendly city. The gay scene in Edinburgh is centred around Broughton Street and in Glasgow you need to head to Merchant City gay village.

For guests travelling to the wedding, there is an international airport 10 miles from the city centre and it is well served by trains.

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