If there’s one way to get past any hint of January Blues, it’s to fill your diary with as many exciting, brilliant and wonderful things as possible and today, I’ve got one event for you that ticks all three of those boxes. And then some. The Wedding Collective Market is unquestionably Scotland’s coolest wedding event and it’s definitely THE place to kick-start your wedding planning in 2017. So, clear your diary for Sunday 29th January, book your tickets now and look forward to a really fantastic event…

A New Year Treat – The Wedding Collective Market, Glasgow 29th January 2017 (Get Inspired Let's Talk Supplier Spotlight )

As always The Wedding Collective have gathered together the cream of the Scottish wedding crop and this January, they’re hosting a ton of their favourites all under one roof, just for you at The Glue Factory, a super cool warehouse space in the West end of Glasgow. If you’re looking to make your wedding a unique, chilled and stylish celebration, you really have to get yourself along to The Wedding Collective Market this January.

The Wedding Collective Market absolutely is the creative alternative to a traditional (and, am I allowed to say, slightly boring?) wedding fair. The team promises you the very best, handpicked suppliers who’ve been chosen from across Scotland for their creative prowess. This is an event where inspiration is guaranteed.

 

In addition to inspiration, you should also expect a really relaxed, market-style vibe where all the suppliers will be pulling out all the stops to give you masses of creative ideas with the focus completely being on making your wedding day your own.

Whatever stage of the planning process you’re at, from newly engaged to almost wed, The Wedding Collective Market will help you plan happily with a big helping of style on the side.

 

You’ll find unusual venues, ridiculously fabulous wedding planners, and stylish photographers, DJs, caterers, stationers, florists and many more. No area of your wedding to-do list will be ignored and everyone’s looking forward to lots of fresh wedding chat over a coffee or two.

And there’s also a lot to make a bride smile with vintage and original wedding dresses plus couture designers as well as natural and pin-up style make-up artists – swoon!

 

 

Sounds pretty fab right? Well, here’s a quick run down of just some of the suppliers you’ll be able to meet on 29th January and you’ll spot a few Love My Dress faves on this list for sure. Get ready to say hello to the likes of The Pantry Edinburgh, IHeartFlowers, Paper Arrow Press, EYI Love, Mirrorbox Photography, Something Brewed, Cinemate Films, Florence & Bette, Ginger & Lime, Sugar8, Pin Up Nights DJ, Arrow & Twine Styling and Caro Weiss to name just a few. The phrase ‘spoiled for choice’ has never been more appropriate.

So, scrap any thoughts of a cookie-cutter wedding fair/fayre and get your tickets NOW for The Wedding Collective Market – say goodbye to wedding stress in 2017 and enjoy yourself…

The Wedding Collective Market takes places on Sunday 29th January 11-3pm at The Glue Factory, 15 Burns Street, Glasgow, G4 9SE

Early bird tickets are available right now and at just £4, they are an absolute bargain. Get yours online now and book yourself a great day out. Please note that this event for 18+ only. If you don’t manage to book your tickets before the event, don’t panic! Entry is available on the door for £5.

For more information on The Wedding Collective Market, take a look at the website. The gallery will give you a good idea of the laid back joys that await you and of course, all the latest news, gossip and sneak peeks will be posted on Facebook so give #teamtwc a ‘like’ now or catch them on Twitter.

Love,

Tamryn x

 

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A New Year Treat – The Wedding Collective Market, Glasgow 29th January 2017 (Get Inspired Let's Talk Supplier Spotlight )

Tamryn Lawrence/

Self-confessed wedding addict Tamryn spends her days in her Berkshire studio writing about all things beautiful and romantic with her black Labrador for company.

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