How to read the new April-May issue of Tie the Knot Scotland

The new April-May issue of Tie the Knot Scotland is out tomorrow! It features an overview of fresh and pretty wedding trends, a Q&A with seven Scottish jewellers, special area spotlights and much more…

With everything from interviews with some of bridal’s hottest designers to a special jewellery feature, this issue is one you won’t want to miss!

When is the new issue of Tie the Knot Scotland out?

The new issue covers the months of April and May and officially hits the shelves on Friday 29th March.

What is Tie the Knot Scotland?

We’re Scotland’s biggest and best wedding magazine. Our magazine is full of the best wedding suppliers and venues across Scotland, as well as the latest wedding trends. We’ve got all the information and inspiration you need to plan your wedding in Scotland.

Gold toilets at Ingliston Country Club in Bishopton
We shine a spotlight on countless Scottish venues this issue…and these golden loos at Ingliston Estate and Country Club really made us smile!

How often does Tie the Knot Scotland come out?

Tie the Knot Scotland is a bi-monthly magazine, the newest issue covers April and May and was released on Friday 29th March. The next issue will come out May bank holiday weekend.

Where can I buy Tie the Knot Scotland magazine?

Tie the Knot Scotland is available to buy at WHSmith shops, WHSmith Travel (airports and railway stations), selected Tesco supermarkets and independent local newsagents.

How much does the Tie the Knot Scotland magazine cost?

It costs £4.99 to buy a physical copy of the magazine, or you can read the magazine online here for free.

You can also buy an individual magazine directly from us (postage applies).

Can I subscribe to Tie the Knot Scotland?

Yes! A subscription to Tie the Knot Scotland ensures that you’ll never miss an issue. Subscribe and you’ll have an issue delivered every two months. New issues are out in August, October, December, February, April and June.

It costs £12 for a 6-month subscription (3 issues) and £20 for a year’s subscription (6 issues).

What’s inside the new issue of Tie the Knot Scotland?

Meet the ‘Bling Ring’ – seven jewellers who are sparkling across Scotland

Left: We document our visit with Linda Byers of Byers & Co in Perth and chat to her about all things bling Right: How gorgeous are these pieces from Gemini Clay Studio?

Wondering what sort of jewellery matches your vibe? Thinking about going bespoke but not sure where to begin? Or perhaps you’re looking for the perfect big day accessory? We chat to seven Scottish jewellery brands for their insights into everything from brilliant bow earrings to bespoke wedding bands.

Real Scottish weddings

There are so many stunning real weddings this issue, including Ryan and Jonny’s at The Engine Works, captured by Claire Fleck Photography

There are eight inspiration-packed real weddings in the April-May issue: one a stunning Keith Haring inspired disco bash, we hear about the divine day Heart Radio’s Jennifer Reoch had with husband Jamie and there’s even a bash with ‘Maids of Dishonour’ and ‘Doomsmen’!

Spotlights on Fife, Perthshire, Tayside and Tayside

Bride and groom walking on St Andrews golf course
We love Olivia and Jon’s big day at Old Course Hotel in St Andrews, captured beautifully by Duke Photography

We shine a spotlight on these areas in Scotland and chat to various suppliers, hear from real couples who got married there and discover all that’s on the rails for brides and grooms in the area.

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As well as covering all of the best suppliers, wedding news and latest trends in our magazine and online articles, we also keep brides and grooms-to-be up to date on our social media channels.

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