The Scottish Wedding Show will return in February 2024 with suppliers, catwalk shows, talks and more to help you plan your big day. Here’s everything we know so far about the exciting weekend
When is the Scottish Wedding Show?
The next event takes place on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th February.
What time is it on?
The Scottish Wedding Show runs from 10am to 5pm, you can drop in whenever you like between these times. If there are specific things you want to attend such as the catwalk shows and the Let’s Talk Tying the Knot stage, make sure you check timings to avoid missing them.
Where is the Scottish Wedding Show held?
The event will return to the SEC in Glasgow again next February.
The address for the Scottish Wedding Show is SEC, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW.
Which exhibitors will be at the Scottish Wedding Show?
There are lots of different types of suppliers covering things like transport, food and drink, experiences and venues attending the wedding show. There’ll be over 220 exhibitors in attendance, which will be announced closer to the time. You can see who attended the October 2023 Scottish Wedding Show here.
As well as the exhibitor stands, you can also take in the Let’s Talk Tying The Knot speakers, live bands and catwalk shows.
Let’s Talk Tying the Knot
Hear from industry-leading experts on our Let’s Talk Tying the Knot stage, with advice about paying tribute to lost loved ones on your big day, finding your perfect venue and how to nail the finer details on your day.
More details about Let’s Talk Tying the Knot will be shared closer to the time.
The Scottish Wedding Show Catwalk
The catwalk shows are your chance to see the latest styles for brides, grooms, bridesmaids and mother of the brides/grooms. The line-up will be announced closer to the time.
How do I get to The Scottish Wedding Show?
There are a few ways you can get to the Scottish Wedding Show. The nearest train station to the Scottish Event Campus is Exhibition Centre.
If you’re driving, it’s located just off of the M8 in Finnieston and there is parking available as well as a drop-off/pick-up zone at the OVO Hydro.
Is there parking?
There is paid-parking at the multi-storey car park at the front of the SEC. You can see more about parking at the SEC here.
Do I need a ticket for the Scottish Wedding Show?
Yes, you need a valid ticket to enter the event. Tickets will be checked on the door.
When are tickets on sale?
Tickets are on sale now, and you can get your tickets here.
By booking online ahead of the event, you can get an advance price which is cheaper than buying on the door.
How much are tickets?
There are several different ticket types ranging from £17 for entry only to £30 for VIP access. You can see all tickets and prices here.
Win tickets to the Scottish Wedding Show
You could win a pair of tickets or a VIP package by entering this ticket giveaway.
Is there an age restriction?
No, there isn’t an age restriction on this event. Children aged 0-15 can attend for free but must have a valid child’s ticket.
Is the venue wheelchair accessible?
There are automatic doors as well as widened main entry doors at the SEC. All of the halls are situated on the ground floor and the upper levels are all accessible by lift. There are also accessible toilets in the main concourse and in all event halls.
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Tie the Knot Scotland Photobooth
At the October 2023 show, we set up a photobooth for bride tribes to use. See how it turned out…
We were buzzing to be at @The Scottish Wedding Show over the weekend meeting you all! 😎🤍 Here are some snaps from the TTKS photobooth (big thank you to @lbseventsdesign for the neon sign💗). Thanks for coming to say hello and best of luck planning your wedding 📱💍 #scottishweddingshow #weddingphotobooth #bridetribe #bridetobe #scottishbride #tietheknotscotland