A fabulous new alternative wedding market is coming to Glasgow

A handpicked selection of the wedding industry’s most talented, desirable and award-winning suppliers will be at The Wedding Edit Market at The Haberdashery in Glasgow on 12th February

Poster for The Wedding Edit
The Wedding Edit will be at Glasgow’s The Haberdashery on Sunday 12th February

Looking to do things a little differently on your big day? The Wedding Edit has just what those who stray from the traditional are after. Here, couples can meet a host of suppliers under one roof, including jewellers, photographers, bridal designers, tailors and stationers, as well as hair and makeup artists, florists and cake makers.

The exclusive list of experts will be at Glasgow’s newest, and coolest, wedding venue, The Haberdashery, on Sunday 12th February from 12pm until 4pm. On arrival, you’ll receive a free copy of Tie the Knot Scotland magazine and glass of prosecco. Tickets cost £4 and are available at Eventbrite.

Among the suppliers will be Katie Lees Jewellery, the brains behind the operation. The Glasgow-based fine jeweller focuses on the craft and creation of heirloom pieces with a divinely modern twist. Lovers of art deco and geometrical looks (with inspo coming from Glasgow’s industrial architecture) will fall head over heels for her designs.

Katie Lees Jewellery ring
Katie Lees Jewellery brings a touch of art deco to her pieces

Sarah Brown Jewellery will also be in attendance, with her coastal-inspired trinkets: shapes, textures and colours in her pieces reflect her Isle of Islay upbringing. For all things fashion, bespoke Edinburgh-based designer Rowanjoy Bridal is one to chat to. From her Leith studio, she can bring all your wedding gown visions to life if something a little different to walk the aisle in is your bag.

Looking for dresses you haven’t seen before? Ayr’s Unbridaled boutique promise their brides modern and stylish gowns, and some minimalist looks (think “the ones you always see online and never think will be stocked in Scotland,” according to the team) will be available to browse. The gents haven’t been forgotten, as bespoke tailor Hunter Kingsley can talk you through creating your dream suit for the big day.

When it comes to sweet treats, two industry heavyweights will be there: Ard Bakery‘s cool, geometric wedding cakes will blow you away, while award-winning Tantrum Doughnuts may give ideas of unconventional wedding cakes or favours.

Left: bridal beauty by Kate Elliot Muir; left: a bride in a gown by Rowanjoy Bridal
Left: Kate Elliot Muir worked her magic on this gorgeous bride (photo: Millar Cole Photography); right: go bespoke and opt for a truly magical gown at Rowanjoy Bridal (photo: Claire Fleck Photography)

Your bridal beauty is in safe hands with Kate Elliot Muir and Heather Snowie. Both have had their work featured in television and will give you a glowing bridal visage (or chic updo!) for your wedding. MUAs need a good canvas to work on, and who better to help than the team at 33 Dowanhill. The salon offer bridal packages featuring their signature facials to have you looking your best.

You can meet award-winning photographers Meggy Mac Photography and Lena Sabala Photography, too. The former brings the ‘less posed, more authentic’ ethos to her shots, while the latter (a husband and wife duo, Lena and Patrick) focus on creating fine art, relaxed and moody pics.

The bloomin’ lovely Starry Skies Floristry Design (who adores bold designs and wild, natural shapes for her bouquets) and sustainable florist and artist Tupelo Tree will be showcasing creations. Styling superstars Gloam can take care of all your big day decor, from build ceiling installations, creating beautiful tabletops and designing intimate ceremony backdrops, and will be on hand with any questions.

Left: Sarah Brown Jewellery ring; right: Ard Bakery cake
Left: Sarah Brown Jewellery’s pieces are inspired by the Isle of Islay; right: a colourful dream from Ard Bakery

Live music at your nuptials might be high on your to-book list, so guitar and violin duo Sedona Park (who can play everything from Ben E. King to Beyonce and Biffy Clyro!) will be one to make a beeline for.

Guaranteeing you’ll have pretty paperwork, the fabulous Lolapaluza Stationary will be showcasing their designs. Using traditional hot foil techniques, they can create bespoke save the dates, invites and thank you cards for your big day that are sure to wow.

For all things decor, 360 Event Hire Scotland have you covered. They can provide everything from aisle runners, flowers stands and ceremony arches, and will be at the event to talk you through your styling desires.

Humanist Celebrant Mairi Phillips of Humanist Society Scotland can help with all the legal bits of tying the knot. Whether you’re planning a grand wedding or a secret elopement in the Scottish Highlands, your ceremony will be in safe hands.

The Wedding Edit Market, The Haberdashery, 545 Sauchiehall Street,
Glasgow, G3 7PQ. Sunday 12th February, 12pm-4pm