Micro Weddings in Scotland
Planning a wedding in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic is no mean feat. However, just because your wedding needs to be smaller, doesn’t mean it needs to be any less special. You can still have all the traditions, from wedding favours, to speeches and cutting the cake.
If you’re contemplating a small, intimate wedding then we are the perfect countryside venue, surrounded by fresh air and rural space.
Our light-filled Buddon Burn Suite can be used to hold your ceremony and your evening reception. It’s the perfect size for a smaller celebration with your nearest and dearest.
Have a scroll through our Micro Wedding Package.
If you’re struggling to make your way through the Covid wedding guidelines in Scotland, we have put together some FAQs to give you some clarity.
How many people can attend a wedding?
Currently you can have 20 people attend your wedding, this includes the bride and groom, videographer, photographer, all kids etc. The officiant and the team who work at the venue are not included in the 20 attendees.
When do masks need to be worn?
Face coverings are mandatory for guests at indoor ceremonies. The couple and the officiant leading the ceremony are exempt from wearing a face mask during the ceremony. When moving around the venue it is mandatory for everyone to wear a mask, including the bride and groom. When everyone sits down for their meal, you can take them off.
Can we have music?
Music should be limited to instruments that do not require to be blown into. If you choose to have a piper, they would need to only play outside. Any musicians are included in your maximum numbers of 20.