You can only live the real thug life for so long before one of these girls steals your heart. And when the time comes to tie the knot, you best do it right and impress her so you don’t have to go through it all again when she kicks your ass to the kerb.
Mrs Gangsta and I checked out House for an At Lover and knew it was the right place for us. Like a lot of couples, we were keen not to spend every penny we had to our names on the wedding, so we were impressed with HFAAL’s packages and the 20% discount for getting married ‘out of season.’
But the attractive prices certainly didn’t translate to a less than perfect wedding. From start to finish, the staff were nothing but a pleasure to deal with and the bent over backwards to accommodate our sometimes outlandish requests (South African biltong on every table, a never-ending supply of brandy, extra desserts provided unexpectedly by a friend, last-minute guestlist changes). They took it all in their stride leading up to the day and on the big day itself.
The ceremony was held in the beautiful Music Room, which boasts a lovely Charles Rennie Mackintosh theme – just like the rest of the venue inspired by the iconic Scottish artist.
Everyone commented on the glorious food and our South African guests particularly loved their first taste of haggis. The complimentary wine went down a treat and, once that was all done, the prices at the downstairs bar were a winner with our guests too.
As a wedding venue, I can’t imagine there being any better in Glasgow. It’s ideally located for access to city centre and airport, which helped as we had a lot of guests visiting from afar. But the real standout is the staff. World class, each and every one of them.
Get your marriage on at HFAAL.