Today I am thrilled to share this fantastic Collaborative Shoot that spotlights the work of some fantastic Glasgow Wedding Suppliers.
All of this would not have been possible without Bethany Porter, the fantastic model for the day.
Capturing this amazing day in beautiful style was Gordon McGowan Photography.
The shoot was spotlighting a mix of bridal and fashion.
Thank to everyone involved in this stunning Collaborative Shoot.
Scotland and Glasgow has a multitude of fantastic Wedding Suppliers which this gorgeous shoot in such a beautiful location shows so well.
The incredible architecture of Fifteen Ninety nine is the perfect match for these beautiful statement pieces.
Photography – Gordon McGowan
Scottish wedding and Fashion photographer Gordon McGowan’s distinctive style of photography is best described as fresh, innovative and contemporary.
With over 30 years as a Scottish Wedding Photographer, Gordon as a reputation for stylish imagery, not only for Weddings but also for portrait and fashion photography.
Venue – 1599 Glasgow
Fifteen Ninety Nine is a unique venue located within the main historic building of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, and a slice of Victorian elegance nestled in the heart of the city.
A previous Venue spotlight feature – 1599
Gowns – Spencer Railton
Glaswegian fashion designer Spencer Railton has been a designer for over 20 years.
His gowns have graced catwalks across the UK in Glasgow, Edinburgh and London, on the Continent in Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, and Monte Carlo and in New York during Tartan Week celebrations.
Applying the full measure of his knowledge of traditional corsetry, Spencer delights in offering extraordinary one-of-a-kind couture gowns influenced by historic costumes, paintings and sculpture.
Spencer has a solid educational background in textiles and fashion from the Glasgow School of Art, with additional training earned during a stint in London with the famous milliner Steven Jones.
His graduation collection was shown in Glasgow and London at the Royal Society of Art and brought with it the attention of fashion icon Jean Muir and an invitation to design the accessories for her collections as featured in British Vogue.
Accessories – Baba – C Designs
Trina Porter of Baba – C Designs has been designing tiaras, capes and veils since 1998, but her experience in the industry goes back many years.
As a professional dress maker, she became frustrated by the lack of choice, attention to detail, and service available, for brides searching for quality bridal accessories at reasonable costs.
Having a working knowledge of gowns has proven to be a valuable asset in creating a balanced, individual and stunning look for the bride-to-be, bridesmaid, and mother of the bride.
Baba-C continue to keep informed of dress design trends ensuring that their collection is always fresh and unique in their creation of tiaras, veils and capes.
Hair and make-up – Rachel Shepherd
An aspiring self taught make up artist from the North East of Scotland, Oblivion Make Up Artistry makes make up a revolution from necessity.
She creates highly expressive and detailed work which is then complimented by her demure manner and highly professional ethics.
Model – Bethany G. Porter
Styling – Trina Porter.