Tie the Knot Scotland

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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!April - May 2023
In our bumper bridal fashion section this issue, we give boutiques a location, budget and brief and ask them to suggest a dress to suit. We also chat to a dozen real brides about the practicalities of their dreamy wedding looks – expect outfit changes, post-partum
two-pieces and trouser suits. We also cover mother of the bride/groom style, jewellery, beauty, photography and venues, everything you need to plan your perfect Scottish wedding.

February - March 2023
Newly engaged and raring to start planning the big day of your dreams? The February-March issue of Tie the Knot Scotland has all the advice and inspiration you need! It has: the best Scottish wedding venues, from quirky to foodie, and everything in-between; 2023’s most gorgeous wedding dresses; a glam occasion wear special for mothers of the bride and groom; and loads of real-life inspiration, including the amazing big days of wedding suppliers themselves.

December 2022 - January 2023
Love a twinkly, festive wedding? Then cosy up with the December-January issue of Tie the Knot Scotland and be inspired. It’s got Scotland’s most romantic castle venues, dreamy winter dresses for brides and a wealth of stylish looks for grooms. It also features loads of advice from real couples whose love stories will warm your cockles (probably cheaper than putting the heating on!).

October - November 2022
As the leaves start to turn, treat yourself to a cosy night in with a pumpkin-spiced latte and the October-November issue of Tie the Knot Scotland in hand. If summer holidays and hen dos have made you step off the wedding-planning gas a little, it’s got over 300 pages of inspiration and advice ready to give you your mojo back. There are body-positive dresses to suit all figures, a bridesmaids’ style special, incredible countryside venues, a wedding food focus and real-life content galore.

August - September 2022
As we head into the second half of 2022 (how the heck did that happen?!), the August-September issue of Tie the Knot Scotland looks at easy ways to make your big day look good, from knockout bridal gowns to events stylists, and rounds up some of the most handsome real weddings to have taken place in Scotland recently...

June - July 2022
After two summers in lockdown spent wearing the same old threads, I’ve decided to treat myself to a couple of new summer dresses. I’m struggling to find any that don’t drown my short, appleshaped bod. If you’re about to start hunting for a bigger-ticket ivory number (how exciting!), I’d suggest flicking to our ‘Body Beautiful’ feature to get to grips with what might suit your stature. That way, you can be assured of a more successful first trip to the shops than me.

April - May 2022
Have the lighter nights put some spring in your wedding-planning step? The April-May issue of Tie the Knot Scotland will help you manifest your dream big day with romantic dress inspiration, a shiny and bright jewellery special, loads of advice from recently married couples and all the venues you could possibly wish.
Updated on
26 Jul 2023

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