The Biscuit Factory wedding of Debs and Gills was a belter! They created an event that reflected who they are. Not only as the individuals, but also as a couple. The whole day was packed with unforgettable moments. From Debs arrival in her dad’s red Marcos to the guests ceremony singalongs.
I think our favourite part of the day was the speeches. Sooo hilarious, heartfelt and entertaining! The speeches were followed by the delicious Persian feast prepared by Lazy Sunday catering. After the meal, everyone joined the couple on the dance floor. It truly was one of the most amazing days we’ve ever had the pleasure to capture. The video tells the story of Debs and Gills’ day better than our words could.
The Biscuit Factory Edinburgh… not only an art space
We are thrilled to introduce you to one of our favourite wedding venues in Edinburgh – The Biscuit Factory in Leith! Actually, it’s not a typical wedding venue. Once a biscuit factory built in 1947, now a trendy art space. The venue is perfect for the couples who are seeking for an alternative experience for their big day.
We love the industrial feel and the city vibes the venue has to offer. The Biscuit Factory is ideal for the couples who wish for the urban style weddings or who like to get creative and imaginative.
Unusual & alternative wedding venues in Scotland
Scotland is full of creative and unconventional spaces. We love all of them. Because there are so many, we will only mention a few that are located in our vicinity. One of them is Barras Art and Design, an unique venue in the heart of East End’s Barras. Nearby is ultra-hip Saint Luke’s & The Winged Ox where we filmed the wedding of Paula and Mark. To be honest East End of Glasgow is packed with the exciting and alternative wedding venues. Let’s not forget West on the Green and our personally favourite, Drygate, where we had held so many meetings with our couples.
We love unique, alternative, quirky and unconventional weddings, so please get in touch if you plan one and let us to capture the day for you!