LAST UPDATED: 10 June 2013 at 4:40pm

This unique, art nouveau house, set in beautifully landscaped parkland near Glasgow's city centre, was designed by Scotland's most famous architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and built after his death.

You'll recognise his flourish on everything, from the embellished doors and stained-glass windows, to the elegantly narrow high-back chairs at the top table.

Refined, timeless and filled with light, House for an Art Lover is the savviest, most glamorous way to do a Scottish wedding without an overload of tartan twee.

Ceremony capacity: 110; Packages per person: £50

House For An Art Lover; 0141 353 4773;

LAST UPDATED: 25 July 2012 at 5:40pm

The opulent art-nouveau interior, with rooms designed in 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, will enchant your guests with ornate craft work in the wood panelling, metalwork, painted motifs, furniture and glass.

All the stylised details mean you have a ready-made theme. Take your pick of pretty corners in the walled garden and parkland setting.

Ceremony capacity: 110; Food cost per head: £30; House wine: £18; Corkage: £11

House for an Art Lover; 0141 353 4770;