There is an abundance of space at Ballathie for your guests to enjoy time together throughout the Welcome Reception.

The House is yours – for the day, your guests are free to wander from room to room catching up with family and friends. Ballathie is ideally placed to create the ultimate country house party.

On a warm sunshine day, guests can meander around the extensive gardens and stroll along the lawns towards the River Tay.

Waiters and Waitresses discreetly mingle to serve canap├ęs, whilst your guests enjoy sipping a cool glass of Champagne, sparkling wine or a drink of your choice.

Your guests laughter and chatter, heralds the taking of wedding photographs, as you quietly drift away to some of our more secluded areas, which offer that unique opportunity for your photographer to capture those intimate first few moments together, alone.

Our beautifully manicured lawns, Victorian Garden, and the glistening water of the mighty River Tay creates the perfect backdrop for lots of photographs, ensuring the beauty and magic of your special day is captured for you to treasure for many years to come.

Ballathie changes with each and every season – no two days look the same. Whether you are on the outside enjoying the open spaces, or in the inside looking out over the fabulous surroundings, taking time to savour the romance and significance of the day is easy, leaving happy memories for all.

The Drawing Room is a beautiful room to conduct the ancient tradition of cutting the cake, we recommend this is done just before guests take their seats for the Wedding Breakfast, and your guests, glass in hand can toast the bride and groom to a lifetime of happiness.

 

Late Availability

Ballathie House has some late availability dates left for February and March 2018. CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

"A truly memorable wedding meal of quite superb quality. Every guest was superbly catered for by attentive staff, with the tenderness of the dishes beautifully complemented by the excellent wines"
TOM PETERKIN,
SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY,
AUGUST 2014