As the coronavirus pandemic continues, could eloping be right for you? Scottish wedding celebrants give their take on running away to get married
Everything you need to know to organise your wedding in Scotland from venues to groomswear, wedding photography to speeches.
Amy King Bridal and Beauty in Kirkcaldy has new wedding gowns from Rebecca Ingram and partnerships with Jojo Co. candles, florist Cassia Salvona and Integro Medispa to look forward to
In the current climate, an adaptable wedding venue is a must. We round up venues in East Lothian, Fife, Glasgow, Angus, West Lothian, Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, Loch Lomond and Edinburgh that can host intimate and large weddings
The Aberdeenshire catering company prepares outdoor and socially distanced dining packages for 2021 featuring grazing boards and pizzas
You can secure your date on Humanist Society Scotland’s website straight away – ensuring that a friendly, expertly trained and fully authorised celebrant will be there on your wedding day
Conservation charity The National Trust for Scotland has come up with some new coronavirus-compliant wedding packages for couples looking to plan their ceremonies soon
Because of ongoing coronavirus restrictions, many couples will want to be outside for their ceremony no matter the weather or temperature – but how do you go about it in Scotland, especially in winter?
These mobile food and drink trucks, tuk tuks and converted horseboxes are all based in Scotland and are the best way to bring quality catering to your wedding, wherever it may be
Guests can’t congregate in real life right now, but they can still watch from the comfort of their sofa. Here’s what you need to know about live-streaming your wedding ceremony
Daisy Fay’s Wedding + Events, based in Stirling, offers a mobile wedding bar service from a dinky, retro Italian drinks truck. It can even serve up espresso martinis along with the obligatory prosecco…
The exclusive-use stately home in Dunbar has unveiled plans to convert its courtyard into a purpose-built wedding venue that’ll be completed by the end of 2021
With a fresh look and name, Glasgow wedding caterer Brine & Dandy has launched three affordable packages that can be grazed on, shared or plated – and include more than just scrummy food
Yesterday, finance secretary Kate Forbes announced a £15-million grant package for the Scottish wedding industry and its supply chain with applications for funding due to open in January