Tie the Knot Scotland is launching a brand new website
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Hazel Scott
10h ago
We’re so excited to announce that we have a brand new website launching very soon! Here’s everything you need to know about our online revamp Spring cleaning is underway at Tie the Knot Scotland, and our website is getting a makeover. Don’t worry; you’ll still be able to read all of our latest articles online like you normally do, but you’ll also have access to extra features including our new supplier and venue directory. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to bring you an updated and improved website, full of real weddings, events, competitions, stories from all aspects of the wedding ..read more
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6 fabulous wedding dresses to discover in Fife’s bridal boutiques
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Emma Simper
22h ago
What’s on the rails at Fife’s best bridal boutiques? Amy Shearer catches up with two fashion experts for a stylish overview of their favourite looks for the year ahead Amy King Bridal and Kudos Bridal Boutique Dunfermline‘s top wedding dress picks this season If something catches the eye of a person who looks at wedding dresses for a living (nice job!), it must be worth talking about. These bridal experts see hundreds (probably thousands) of dresses each year, so if they’re shouting about a particular detail or designer, there’s going to be a good reason for it. We asked the fashion experts at ..read more
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Italy-based grooms marry at dream venue Cambo Estate in Fife
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Hazel Scott
1d ago
Brunno Silva and Nigel Wilson 19th August 2023 Venue | Cambo Estate, Fife Photography | Photos by Zöe Words by Amy Shearer Having fallen in love with Cambo Estate on a short break there some years ago, Brunno Silva and Nigel Wilson knew this was the only place they could imagine saying ‘I do’. The couple, who live in Italy, invited 85 guests from all over the world, plus their cute pup Vita, to join the celebrations in Scotland on 19th August last year. What’s that old saying – when you know, you know? Well, not only did Brunno and Nigel feel that way about each other, they also had that same ..read more
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TTKS Tries: A signature facial at 33Dowanhill
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Amy Shearer
2d ago
Looking to get your glow on? If you’re approaching your big day and you’ve got skincare worries, let us introduce you to the team at 33Dowanhill who will create the perfect treatment suited to you and your skincare needs Left: When you enter 33Dowanhill you’ll be met by your facialist who will talk you through your treatment options Right: Loved something a lot? You’ve the chance to take it home at the end of your treatment! I’ve had more wine and olives in the past fortnight than Samantha Jones had in the entire 94 episodes of Sex and the City. I’ve recently moved to a new pad and between han ..read more
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TTKS Visits: Ingliston Estate and Country Club
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Amy Shearer
5d ago
We sent assistant editor Amy Shearer to a venue that has a reputation for being able to do it all. Would she be wowed by the fine food, ritzy function suites and glorious grounds? You bet she would… The impressive grounds lend themselves to wedding photos, especially when drenched in sunshine (Photo: Natalie Holt Photography) Be honest. When was the last time you looked at your surroundings and really appreciated what lies on your doorstep? On my drive to the office every day, I must confess I’m usually so consumed by pretending to sing like Cher at the 1999 Brit Awards that I barely notice th ..read more
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Planning your honeymoon: where to go based on how long you have
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Emma Simper
5d ago
Grab your passports and your honey’s hand, and have the time of your newly married life for a weekend… or as many days of leave as you can spare It’s hard not to feel serene just looking at this picture of WildLuing on a sunny blue-skied day All work, no play definitely isn’t the way we roll – but equally, we likely also need to start rebuilding our savings accounts after planning the wedding of our dreams. Balance, am I right? Whether your work responsibilities call for a domestic mini-moon or a multi-week international trip, there’s a charming destination to suit any length of time and howev ..read more
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Former Miss Scotland Jennifer Reoch marries in Eleganza Sposa gown
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Beth Forsyth
5d ago
Jennifer Reoch and Jamie Hunter 7th October 2023 Venue | Pollok House, Glasgow Photography | Eve Conroy Photography “Jamie and I are both Scottish, but we met while working at an American summer camp in West Virginia. We were friends for a couple of years before getting together as a couple back in Scotland in 2011 and we’ve been together ever since. After being an item for over 12 years, we didn’t feel in any rush to get married. We ended up engaged for quite a while before the wedding. We didn’t really do any planning for about a year and then finally decided we better get things organised ..read more
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Meet 7 Scottish jewellers and discover their sparkly offerings
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Amy Shearer
1w ago
Seven inspirational Scottish jewellers share the secret of great design, and give us an insight into how to get your hands on beautiful bespoke wedding pieces to treasure forever Sophie Smith, Gemini Clay Studio Left: The talented Sophie Smith (wearing a pair of her own earrings) only got into making jewellery four years ago Right: Iconic status can’t be far away for Gemini Clay Studio’s bow earrings. They really completed this Opus Couture look at our recent bridal shoot, captured by Euan Anderson! How long have you been a jeweller? Since 2020. It’s a hobby I’ve turned into a business. I’m se ..read more
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Twilight weddings: a trendy new offering for Scottish couples
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Emma Simper
1w ago
Citation Glasgow and Dunkeld House Hotel, two of the latest Scottish wedding venues to introduce ‘twilight weddings’, share what future brides and grooms can expect from the golden-hour offering Glasgow’s Citation doesn’t scrimp when it comes to fairy lights (Photo: Mark Wild Photography) Thanks to the women’s magazines of the early noughties, we’ve all been well-versed in taking an outfit from ‘day to night’ – swap the flats for heels, add a statement necklace and swipe on a touch of lipstick. But if it’s weddings we’re talking and you’re considering swapping the traditionally daytime ceremon ..read more
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Neon disco rave Keith Haring wedding at The Engine Works Glasgow
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine
by Beth Forsyth
1w ago
Ryan McMonagle and Jonny McIntosh 10th June 2023 Venue | The Engine Works, Glasgow Photography | Claire Fleck Photography “We got engaged at Bracklinn Falls just outside Callander on 10th June 2021. We were away at log cabin to celebrate our 9th anniversary together. Ryan was adamant that we climb a Munro that morning but the weather said otherwise, so he got down on one knee and popped the question by the falls instead. The Engine Works was the first venue we saw and we knew right away it was the one. We loved its industrial feel, exposed brick walls, the warmth of the canopy lights and the ..read more
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