There are lots of ideas, offers and up-and-coming events on our blog page.
We also work with some of the best suppliers in the business organising everything from the largest Royal dinner to the smallest local meeting, each one as important as the other. These fantastic teams include musicians, bands, florists, photographers, cake makers, interior decorators, transport providers – the list is endless.
We want to share our contacts and their expertise with you through some of the following blogs and ideas. Please remember that this list is by no means exhaustive and you are more than welcome to use your own preferred supplier.
(If you are a supplier that would like a blog article to be considered for this page, please let us know!)
Wedding couples often worry and overthink their first dance so 'Gordy is a DJ’s' top tips for a relaxed first dance is designed to help.
Gordon is one of our recommended suppliers - he has won multiple awards and really knows how to get a party started! His blog will hopefully provide you with some hints to ensure this special dance is smooth, stress-free and fun.
The Trades Hall of Glasgow has been ‘virtually’ reliving some of its past wedding ceremonies courtesy of one of our clients' favourites; George McLean,
Humanist Wedding Celebrant from Fuze Ceremonies.
George has put good use to his time whilst under the current lockdown restrictions by recreating and reading LIVE, on his humanist celebrant Facebook and Instagram pages, some of his Trades Hall couples wedding ceremonies.
It was a treat to welcome (and listen to!) Carbon Copy - the award winning wedding band - to Trades Hall in January to shoot a promotional film for themselves. What a sound they created in our Grand Hall, which has amazing acoustics, and it looked pretty good too!
We are delighted to be featured in January 2020's Tie the Knot Scotland magazine, in their 'Venues Inspiration' article, which highlights Trades Hall's charitable status and our stunning rooms.
In the same magazine our historic external balcony is also featured in 'Take Your Pick Balconies': 'raise a glass to the start of married life as you gaze down at the streets of Glasgow's Merchant City..'
From the moment I wrote the script I knew that without the right location there would be no film.
Cavendish is a Scottish boarding school set in vast acreage with wood panel interiors, high ceilings and all the charm expected of a traditional, lovingly maintained historic building. Originally written as a few lines of dialogue for my show reel to showcase a critical age and emotional range to casting directors, Cavendish expanded into two scenes, casting two more actors and hiring seven members of crew. By the time I emptied my head of all the dialogue that needed to be spoken between Coach Maclay, Gracie Bennett and Phinneaus Brock, it felt more like a short film, and so we treated it as such.