It is a location where countless romances began, from the dance hall days to the modern era as a concert venue, where boy met girl and the rest is family history.
There are many places where couples can now get married outside of the traditional religious venues or the local register office, or marriage suite as they are now known.
But there is surely nowhere like the Barrowland Ballroom, which in its current incarnation is more used to heaving crowds and thumping bass than a romantic exchange of vows.
Most of the old dance halls of Glasgow have long gone, demolished or transformed into something unrecogniseable to its patrons who once glided across the floor.
But the Barrowland has survived by changing to fit with the times and is one of the most iconic venues in the world - ask any band who has played there.
So adding another string to its bow as a wedding venue can ensure it retains the special place in the hearts of another generation Glaswegians.
And should they host receptions at the venue, too, there will be no shortage of bands willing to strike up for the happy couple and their guests.