Edinburgh, Glasgow and Scotland Prices and Quotes

Whatever your budget we feature some of the top wedding photographers in Scotland.

Getting Married in Scotland

Discover local Photographers from and around Scotland matching a range of budgets and styles.

View photos and reviews for each photographer, favourite the ones you love, request a quote and price for your day. Remember many wedding photographers will travel, so if you don't find one in Scotland that you love, then look at a wider area, the chances are many will happily travel for your special day.

Browse a full range of Professional Scottish Photographers based in Edinburgh & Glasgow in Scotland. Click through for more information and read reviews, see their prices and get in touch.

Unlike in England, Scottish law allows couples to marry anywhere, even outdoors, as long as the ceremony is conducted by a religious official, registrar or a non-religious Humanist Society Scotland celebrant. You can tie the knot anywhere and at anytime, if you fancy a wedding under the stars late at night then Scotland is the perfect place, or head down to the beautiful beaches where you can find a secluded spot for your ceremony.

Scotland Wedding Venues

With so much beauty Scotland is the perfect place to get married, be it on the beach, out in the open countryside with spectacular views, on the beautiful city of Glasgow or Edinburgh, there are so many options and something for everyone. Find the best wedding photographer of the year in Scotland and capture your perfect wedding day with a famous Glasgow photographer, or a quirky wedding photographer based in Glasgow.

As there are no restrictions getting married in Scotland opens up so many beautiful locations, from the city of Glasgow or Edinburgh Some of the best places to get married in Scotland are Coo Cathedral, Aboyne Estate, Aberdeenshire, West Brewery, Glasgow, or how about Cairngorm Mountain Resort, Aviemore, Highland with stunning views and gorgeous scenery. The possibilities are endless, if you are looking for something different and quirky how about Edinburgh Zoo with the pandas and penguins?