It's difficult to imagine a more beautiful setting for your wedding than House for an Art Lover.
Set in the grounds of Bellahouston Park, this Mackintosh inspired building, which was voted one of the 50 best wedding venues in the UK by the Independent Newspaper, provides a wonderfully 'Scottish' setting for your wedding ceremony and meal up to 110 guests and evening reception up to 130 guests. (Please note we have a minimum booking requirement of 60 adult guests for your meal on Friday and Saturday weddings)
At House for an Art Lover, we are passionate about weddings and want to ensure that everything runs like clockwork on your special day whilst still maintaining a relaxed atmosphere for you and your guests.
We have a team of Chefs who will produce perfect food, on site, for your guests to enjoy and your dedicated wedding coordinator will be on hand from the second you book to help advise on all aspects of planning your big day.
We would be delighted to show you around House for an Art Lover with a view to holding your wedding here or answer any queries you may have.
We had both the wedding ceremony and reception in the House for an Art Lover. It was perfect. The venue, the staff, the food, perfect. Craig and Robert, the event managers were both exceptional at making the day day run smoothly and seemlessly"
House for an art lover is such a special venue. We fell in love with it the minute we saw it and our guests loved it too. The whole layout for a wedding is superb, it's great how each part of the day is in different areas as there is just so much to look at. We will keep our fingers crossed for you all as we voted for you in the VOW awards. You thoroughly deserve to win. You are an amazing team which is a very special thing"
To vote for us in the 2013 VOWS Awards click here
The Mackintosh Church at Queens Cross, Glasgow, makes the perfect setting for your wedding ceremony should you choose not to hold it within House for an Art Lover.
This hidden gem is the only church designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
For more information, please visit the Mackintosh Church website.