Will the local residents be able to spot a few celebrity guests arriving ahead of the nuptials? It's unlikely. Murray's famous friends, including fellow Scot Sir Alex Ferguson and TV personality James Corden, haven't been invited.
The 27-year-old tennis star has revealed it will be strictly a family affair when he marries Kim, also 27, at Dunblane Cathedral on Saturday.
"There won't be any celebrities as such," Murray said. "I don't have any celebrity friends so it wasn't something that was planned. [The list will be] Everyone who we're close to, people we've spent a lot of time with in the past but also people we see ourselves spending time with in the future. That's how we came up with the names. Pretty much everything is done now and under control. I'm sure a few things will come up next week but it's pretty much sorted."
Tennis player Novak Djokovic has confirmed he was left off the guest list, along with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
So, who is going?
"Tim [Henman] will be there," Murray added. "And Jules Rojer; he lives in Miami so I spend quite a lot of time with him."
The couple's wedding reception will be held at the Cromlix Hotel, a five-star property owned by Murray. As for the wedmin? The bride-to-be has taken it on.
"Kim's been pretty much doing it," Murray said. "I've tried to help out when she has asked, but I haven't been over-involved. I did all the food and cake tasting which I really enjoyed, although I didn't think I was going to. It's a big day for Kim. Pretty much everything is taken care of now. She seems fairly relaxed but as we get closer that might change."
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