Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine - October - November 2023
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine - October - November 2023
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In this issue
The new October-November issue of Tie the Knot Scotland is out now! It features an A-to-Z list of w-day entertainment offerings, a dazzling disco photoshoot, wedding dresses inspired by recent celebrity brides, all you need to know about elopements and more…
TTKS VISITS KINGSHOUSE HOTEL
With the most enchanting setting imaginable, it’d be understandable if the Kingshouse left its location to do the talking. But it doesn’t
Read it & weep
No ceremony is complete without a couple of heartfelt readings, but how do you decide who, what and when?
Before you get anywhere near a table plan, you need to think about the layout of your room. Let us help you get in shape
A Place To Call Your Own
The biggest piece in the wedding planning jigsaw is the venue, but with 100s of potential locations to choose from, just where do you begin?
We Married At Town House Hamilton Lanarkshire
Options. To some, they’re intimidating.
Winter Wedding Wonderland
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so grab your hat and scarf and join Zoë Boothby on a tour of Scotland’s cosiest winter venues
Talking Point: Down To You?
THE HOT TOPIC THAT’S GRABBED OUR ATTENTION: THIS ISSUE, WE ASK: ARE YOU FEELING PRESSURED TO DIY?
Run Away With Me
We all joke about it when the going gets tough, but what if elopement was a reality, not a fantasy? Rosie Patrick hears how to make it happen
Mother Of The Bride: Covergirl
Wedding in Scotland? Best wear layers! Rosie Patrick consults the designers who’ve got warmth – and style – all wrapped up
Guest - List Dilemmas
It’s simply not possible to invite every person you’d like to come to your wedding. So how do you decide who’s in and who’s out? Planner Catrina Duthie shares her tips
Is Wedding Insurance Essential?
Getting hitched without a hitch is the goal for every bride and groom. But what if something does go wrong? It needn’t spell disaster – as long as you’ve insured your day.
We Married At Pitbauchlie House Hotel Dunfermline
Staying close to home was important to Donna and Scott when they tied the knot earlier this year.
We Married At Ingliston Country Club
John and Christian Glen, 1st April 2017.
TTKs Visits The Craigellachie
Having already hosted Kate Moss and her mates for the weekend, The Craigellachie invited Nicola Smith to spend the night and nd out what makes it such a desirable wedding venue.
TTKs Visits Dundas Castle
Roughing it in a tent not your idea of the perfect wedding night? No need to worry: there are no sleeping bags or camping stoves at Dundas Castle’s luxe glamping set-up, finds a relieved
Grooms are just as likely to harbour body hang-ups as their other halves. Thankfully, Scotland’s tailors and kiltmakers can come up with brilliant solutions for every shape and size. Here they share their trade secrets with Rosie Patrick.
Minimal Vs Maximal
Which side are you on? Barefaced beauty or gorgeous glamour? We discover what it takes to create the most popular bridal makeup looks.
Flavour Of The Week
It could shave a sizable chunk off your bill and give you the pick of the starriest suppliers. Should you marry midweek?
We chat to Sarah Simms, owner and designer of the covetable Edinburgh-based accessories label.
Watch And Learn
The best wedding lms are planned just like a Hollywood blockbuster, telling a story you’ll never forget, says Nicola Smith. ou can even get your very own blooper reel!
The Hot Topic That’s Grabbed Our Attention. This Issue, We Ask: What’s the Best Way to Approach a Wedding Second Time Around?
Save Spend Or Splurge
A marquee could push your budget to breaking point, but that doesn’t have to be the case. With our handy tips, you could save cash, spend the average or go all out to achieve your outdoor dream.
Ready To Rock
While you’re swiftly moving on to the favours and food, the band you’ve just booked is getting busy too. Rosie Patrick grabs her backstage pass
Why is it easier to ask for a set of crystal glasses than for a cheque to the same value? Nicola Smith negotiates the tricky world of cash gifts
A melting pot of personalities + copious amounts of alcohol + gran = disaster, right? Not necessarily, promises Rosie Patrick.
First Dance Sos
All eyes will soon be on the two of you – no wonder you’re feeling the nerves. Don’t panic! Consider Rosie Patrick your not-so-twinkletoed agony aunt...
Conflict Of Interest
Behind the sparkle of some gemstones hides a bitter history. We’ve unearthed the facts to help you choose jewellery with a clear conscience.
Be My Guest
A wedding would be nothing without the guests – but can you trust your favourite folk to get to the venue on time and in one piece? Nicola Smith investigates mass transit options.
Tie the Knot Scotland Magazine Description:
Publisher: Peebles Media
Reading the digital edition of Tie the Knot Scotland is one of the real treats of planning a big day in Scotland. There’s plenty for engaged couples to get excited about: within its beautifully designed pages, they’ll find informative and inspirational content that not only offers advice on all aspects of planning – from photography to entertainment – but also stylish, aspirational fashion for all the bridal party, gorgeous products and must-have services that will really help create a wedding that stands apart from the rest. Out six times a year, each issue has a variety of entertaining features revealing the latest wedding trends and the chicest places to get married north of the border. Combine this with in-the-know comment from some of the bridal industry’s most respected names and invaluable input from previous brides and you have a publication guaranteed to keep you engaged – well, until your wedding day at least!
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