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In addition, we 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!)
Filming over 500 weddings, now in our tenth season in the wedding industry, you get to know the venue set-ups that provide the best environment to capture amazing, candid footage. Trades Hall of Glasgow simply put is one of the best all-round venues for this in Glasgow and a firm favourite.
The Bridal Courtyard at Trades Hall Wedding Fayre
We are delighted to have been part of the last two Tailor Made Wedding Fayres at Trades Hall in Glasgow, and are in fact preparing for our third visit to this fabulous venue in the heart of Glasgow city centre.
A wonderful piece from 'The Gay Wedding Guide' and our friend Catrina Duthie of Fin Flukra Wedding Planning, which looks at the various concepts behind a stunning Scottish themed wedding shoot at Trades Hall.
We have been sworn to secrecy but can finally reveal that one of the BBC's top shows, 'The Apprentice' filmed at Trades Hall during the summer!
You may not realise, but Trades Hall is the home of The Trades House of Glasgow: today a modern charity but established way back in 1605 to help support the trades and crafts people of the city and their families. It is worth remembering that when you hold an event or wedding in Trades Hall, all income arising is used to support charitable purposes. What a wonderful thought!
Kinship Care is this year's Deacon Convener's chosen charity, which helps children and the family and friends that care for them when they can no longer be looked after by their parents. Glasgow has the highest rate of kinship arrangements in Scotland. Alcohol and drug addiction are the most common causes of kinship care but it can also be due to parental mental health issues, illness, imprisonment, death or neglect.