Styled shoot: a modern take on the swinging sixties at one of Glasgow’s coolest new wedding venues

This styled photoshoot, organised by wedding planner Revelry Events, has a ’60s edge in homage to Glasgow’s famous Finnieston Crane that was decommissioned in 1969. It delightfully combines sugary pink and crochet accents with modern flower arrangements and place settings at The North Rotunda

A bride and groom lounging and looking at a record sleeve on a pink sofa from Frill Factory

When Revelry Events was brainstorming this collaboration with local Glasgow suppliers, being kind to the environment was key, as Susie Dale at the wedding planning and styling company explains: “Showing how you can style a wedding with a mix of old and new and still make it look cohesive was really important to us. Hiring or using vintage pieces you’ll re-purpose in your own home, or sell on afterwards, are great ways to be kinder to the planet on your wedding day.

“Sustainability was one of the many reasons we were keen to work with Frill Factory, which produced the backdrop and tulle lampshades (or ‘jellyfish’ as they became known on the day!) from textiles that’d ordinarily be destined for landfill.”

Styling and concept: Revelry Events
Venue: The North Rotunda, Glasgow
Photography: Millar Cole
Flowers: Wild Flower Workshop
Backdrops, lightbox and furniture: Frill Factory
Cake: Rawnchy
Hair: Claire McGowan
Make up: Fiona Park
Stationery: Stock
Dresses: Those Were The Days Vintage 
Record player, punch bowl and glassware: Green Cockatoo
Linens: 88 Events
Crochet placemats: Strangely Magical
Candles: Lima Candles and Retroverse Vintage
Crockery and cutlery: H&M and Ikea
Models: Aurie and Ahmed via Tartan Agency

a close up of a wedding bouquet by Wild Flower Workshop and two models walking arm in arm outside The North Rotunda in GlasgowTwo models walking towards the Finneston Crane in Glasgowa table set for dinner with pastel vintage crockery, candles and flowersA flat lay of Stock's geometric wedding stationery suitepink and yellow wedding menu stationery by Stock and a close-up of a flower arrangement by Wild Flower Workshopa dark pink velvet and wood Ercol sofa, lightbox and wall installation by Frill Factory with flowers by Wild Flower Workshopa detail of a table setting with pastel vintage crockery and flowers and a model removing a pair of white vintage sunglasses with flowers and candles in the foregrounda stack of vinyl LPs lying on a sheepskin rugTwo models dressed as a bride and groom wearing 60s looks from Those Were The Days Vintage under the Finneston Crane and a close up of flowers by Wild Flower WorkshopA table set with pastel vintage crockery and flowers by Wild Flower WorkshopA model couple posing as a bride and groom with pastel flowers and candles in the foregroundA pink and green decorative wedding cake by Rawnchy and a glass punchbowl filled with a coral-coloured drink with vintage glasses in foreground