catching the Loch Ness monster in your wedding photographs; I’m not sure how you beat that! Well, what about hiring a 5-star exclusive use castle and hosting your guests as a real Scottish Laird for the weekend? Lennoxlove house has been in the ownership of the same family for generations and, like many old estates, they have opened their doors to welcome exclusive use events and weddings. At Lennoxlove they are delighted to host gay weddings, and just between you and me, they often tell me they prefer them, as the focus is much more on the loving relationship of the couple, rather than all the fuss and frills that seem to take centre stage at some straight weddings.
Mountains, Glens and Lochs At lovescotland.com we’re avid world travellers, but there is something about the scenery in Scotland that sets your heart beating faster. Ok, I’ll admit it, sometimes we get some rain, but if we didn’t, the place would be overrun with tourists!
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In Scotland, the great outdoors is our biggest asset and with permission from the local authorities; it’s possible to get married anywhere in the country. In the North West, we have outstandingly beautiful beaches. Some of my favourite weddings have been right down on the sand with the happy couple and all their guests in bare feet. We have mountains, glens and lochs all available as gorgeous natural venues and you can even get married aboard a sailboat floating through the gorgeous Western Isles.
An expanded issue of the nation's first Gay and Lesbian Wedding Magazine. This issue features the latest tips and trends for 2011 along wit...