1. Confetti, rice or other celebratory objects may not be used inside the church building.
2. Open candle flames are not permitted unless used as part of the wedding ceremony.
3. The pulpit and its immediate area may not be decorated except with flowers.
4. Flowers, ribbons, bows and other decorative items may not be attached to pews or other parts of the church interior, using nails, thumb tacks, pins, tape or glues of any kind.
5. Flower containers placed on the altar, desk or flower stands must be placed on plates or dishes so that water rings are not left on the wood surface.
6. Rowdy behaviour or inappropriate language is not permitted in the church and proper order must be observed and regulated at all times by the principals in the wedding. Failure to do so will result in the immediate cancellation of the agreement to use the Leith Church.
7. Food and drink are not permitted within the Historic Leith Church without the permission of the Officiant and The Friends of Leith Church.
8. Instructions of the Steward assigned to the wedding must be observed by the wedding party.
9. During July and August, the Leith Church may need to be vacated by 4 pm on Saturdays to make way for concert rehearsals.
Humanure toilets are available in the shed between May and October. Winter or cold weather weddings can be accommodated as the church is heated. Adequate parking in snow conditions may be a problem, although snow removal is provided. Parking information can be obtained by consulting with the Steward.
Others fees are to be discussed directly with the Minister and any musicians.