warehouse wedding inspiration

This is what happens when #teamTWC work together… CONFETTI + MAGIC.

The shoot was held at Glasgows one of a kind blank canvas space,  the Woodside Warehouse – home to our upcoming evening Bridal Market extravaganza in July.

The brief for this TWC inspo shoot was EASY-GOING BRIDE – simple styling + a relaxed cool-girl Bridal look.  Modern meets minimal meets slow-living style meets CONFETTI + COLOUR + CAREFREE VIBES. A Bride not afraid to be herself on her wedding day, injecting her own everyday personal style to her look + relaxed setting. Who says you need a theme? Don’t be scared to mix the things + looks you love – we all love relaxed kinfolk vibes – but hey we love ourselves some wild colour + crap-tons of confetti too. WHY NOT right?

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There’s nothing like an urban space + some gorgeous natural light to get our hearts thumping for some wedding funtimes.

Can’t wait to get our suppliers + their super powers under this roof in July – ready to meet all you creative loved up folks looking to plan modern and inspiring celebrations of love. Get on over to grab an earlybird ticket before they’re all snapped up! Then get your squad together – head on down for drinks, DJs, relaxed vibes and most importantly FUN when planning probably the biggest party you’ll ever throw. We’ll be brimming with inspiration. Think of us as the real-life Pinterest – but in Scotland. Seriously – we can make those wedding styling dreams happen.

warehouse wedding inspiration

Big ups to the power gals working with us on this shoot .. TEAM TWC 4 EVA. Look out for part 2 – the styling details coming your way very soon!

Lisa Devine Photography // Tupelo Tree // AMM wedding Hair and Make up // Woodside Warehouse

Will we ever get enough of these confetti shots? No!

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FINALLY! I’m getting round to sharing the images from our first ever evening Bridal Market last month. Whoopa!  It was a cracker of a night – a bustle-y brilliant atmosphere, lots of beer guzzling & spicy eats, and we can’t wait to plan our next one!


Held at the Woodside Warehouse – it was a boozy, chatty, dance-filled fun night with suppliers – as always! – pulling out all of the wedding inspo stops, filling the beautiful blank canvas industrial space with creative & loved up wedding vibes.

Thanks to Pretty Ugly DJs & Babu Bombay Street Kitchen – killer tunes and eats!

Big up Lauren McGlynn Photography for catching it all with her mad camera skills. You gem! (check out her Profile here)

The creme de la creme of the Scottish wedding industry AND they can party like a bunch of wild things. Perfect wedding-haver fun!  If you are interested in meeting some of these guys and planning on throwing a creative wedding celebration soon – come along to our next Bridal Market, the Autumn edition – being held at the almighty new music and arts venue, bar & kitchen, St Lukes :


S E E  Y O U  A L L  T H E R E  ? ! ? x

hey wedding-havers!

so this week we asked our dress-making pals to share their favourite look & tell us all about it … here’s what they had to say!

F L O S S Y & D O S S Y  //  M O D E R N  V I N T A G E


the first one is the Una dress – a relaxed semi fitted style which is comfortable and easy to wear.  It’s made from laser cut lace which is a bit more modern than some of the more traditional laces so would suit a bride who was looking for a touch of vintage glamour but with a modern feel.

the second is the Grier dress which is cut as a classic 1950s tea length style but styled with the little lace cape and with the non ivory base colour it again has a more modern feel.

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R O W A N J O Y  //   D E T A I L  +  C O L O U R

rowanjoy bridal wear

This year I am seeing a lot of brides choosing to introduce subtle colour into their wedding dresses. Champagne, blush, pale pink and silver are some of the colours being used, whether just in detail or the full dress. Using the colour brings that extra detail and makes the dress even more unique to the bride herself, as a wearer of a green wedding dress I’m all for colour on your wedding day. I love the peach and gold brocade in this dress, the colour adds gorgeous detail to the fifties style and combined with the texture of the lace makes this dress really unusual and unique.

D R A G O N F L Y  D R E S S  D E S I G N  //  F U N  Q U I R K Y  R E T R O

Dragonfly Dress Design

50’s collection / lace dress – This modern take on a 1950’s original wedding dress,  flatters today’s figure while keep that truly unique vintage style.

50’s collection spot tulle dress – Inspired by 1950’s original wedding dresses the simplicity of this dress lends itself to those individuals that are looking for something a bit more quirky and fun.

S O M E T H I N G  O L D  V I N T A G E  B R I D A L  //  C L A S S I C  +  T I M E L E S S

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The model with flowers in her hair:
This simple dress from the 1960s is a true classic. Beautiful for a spring/ summer Bride who wants to be unique. Very similar to the Pucci dress worn by Fearne Cotton.
The model with darker hair:
A classic original 1950s short dress will full skirt. This timeless gown looks as stunning today as it would have done 50 years ago. The intricate embroidery detail making this truly one of a kind. Perfect for the vintage Bride.
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________we love all of these styles!
to see more & get in touch with any of the makers & sellers above … head on over to the Dress category in our Directory!
team gwc x

did you hear?!  we be throwing an after-work bridal market party this summer!

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hohooooohoooo IT’S GOING TO BE A DOOZIE! A boozy doozie at that.  With a bar by Woodside Warehouse, Music from some of our GWC team members & Wedding Inspo in every nook from GWC supplier pals of every kind .. Photographers, Florists, Jewellery, Dresses, Stationers – all jazzed up and ready to chat wedding over a wee booze with you after work.

Market-style, summery vibes for a wee evening wedding-inspiration partaay. Grab your early bird tickets here now!

See y’all there!xc

Team GWCs Solen Photography, inspired by the wares on show at one of our GWC Bridal Markets, joined forces with some crazy-talented makers to create this clever & super-stylish inspiration shoot showcasing the change in wedding styles over the past ten decades…

Featuring accessories & outfits by fellow GWC-ers Rene Walrus, Rowanjoy, Cotton & Thyme, La Belle Epoque & Three Isles Designs

Solen & make up artist Cory, styled looks from back in the day to present …. wedding fashion inspiration at its very best!

First up … The 1920s:

wedding accessories
Headdress by Rene Walrus

Pearls by Skinny Pig

Dress photographer’s own



Veil and lace skull cap by Love by Susie

Pearls by Skinny Pig

Dress by Those Were The Days Vintage



Pillbox hat by Cotton & Thyme

Dress by Those Were The Days Vintage

Earrings model’s own

1950s & 60s:

Bow Alice band by Sally-Ann Provan

Diamonte necklace Skinny Pig

Dress by Rowanjoy

Feather alice band by Sally-Ann Provan

Dress by Those Were The Days Vintage



Silk flower headdress by Three Isles Designs

Dress by Those Were The Days Vintage



Headdress, lace gloves, cuffs by La Belle Epoque

Necklaces by Skinny Pig

Dress by Those Were The Days Vintage



Pearl collar and earrings by Skinny Pig

Corset by Love by Susie



‘Wifey’ slogan necklace by Bonnie Bling

Pearl leaf motif broach in hair by Skinny Pig

Dress by Rowanjoy


Fresh flower headdress by Rose & Ammi

Dress by Those Were The Days Vintage


WHAT A SHOOT!  They sure nailed the styling across the decades… I can’t choose a favourite! Amazing to take a look at the trends across the years!

All credits to:

Solen Photography

Makeup by Cori using Mac products

Robbie Purves at ArtHausHair

Emily Fulton and Viola Marx at Model Team

Photographer’s Assistant –  Jess Shurte

Styled by Solen Collet with Cori Burnett

Love Team GWC x