The TTKS team hit The Scottish Wedding Show last weekend and we were spoiled for choice when it came to picking twelve divine wedding details. From the chic dresses hitting the catwalk, the gleaming wedding cars lining the hall and scores of the country’s top suppliers showcasing their wares, you could have planned your entire wedding with just one lap of the room. We spoke to couples at every stage of their planning – even one bride-to-be who was getting cracking with planning her 2020 wedding (!) – and all were bursting with inspiration from chatting to exhibitors and browsing the stands. If you couldn’t make it along to the show this time, it’ll be back 17th-18th October – but check out our highlights in the meantime.
The custom dress illustrations by Arty Sparkly immortalise your dress in a beautiful framed sketch.
We sampled a delicious oyster doused with raspberry gin, courtesy of The Oysterman Events, who can roam your reception shucking away!
Ginger & Lime Events‘ stand was a vision in monochrome and metallics and the bouquet bar was a big hit!
Rockin Vans’ pimped-out motorhomes got us all excited for summer! VIP TITP anyone?
The fragrant scent of the handmade wax melts and soaps from Clydeside Soap stopped us in our tracks.
Summer wedding outfits sorted! The Coast occasionwear at Debenhams is fashion-forward take on formal dressing.
Magpies and glam brides alike were drawn to the sparkle-tastic stationery from Dolly-Bird.
House For An Art Lover was one of his finest works, so it was only fair to set the scene with some amazing Charles Rennie Mackintosh pieces.
With dresses from Opus Atelier and Opus Couture on the catwalk, owner Sharon poses proudly with the Badgley Mischka finale dress.
Slanj Kilts showed off an abundance of muted tweeds, but this colourful ensemble attracted grooms looking to make a statement.
The delicate tones used by Supernova Wedding Design & Flowers looked sumptuous and luxe, but we’re most excited about a Kim and Kanye-inspired floral wall hitting our shores!