MacGregor and MacDuff Kiltmakers join forces with The Bridal Courtyard
The Bridal Courtyard have recently teamed up in partnership with MacGregor and MacDuff Kiltmakers in an aim to enhance weddings days all over Glasgow by delivering the very best in grooms wear and bridal wear with a touch of class! In light of this exciting new partnership we want to let you know more about the bespoke kilt and formalwear specialists and why we are the perfect match.
Why choose MacGregor and MacDuff
MacGregor and MacDuff are Scottish Kilt & Highlandwear Outfitters with three stores throughout Glasgow and Ayrshire and a fortnightly pop-up shop in London, specialising in exceptional quality kilt sales, highlandwear accessories and kilt hire. With staff who are extremely dedicated, hardworking and knowledgeable Highlandwear professionals who strive to efficiently deliver excellent customer value and service as benchmark for the industry.
MacGregor and MacDuff are passionate about creating dream weddings and want to help their customers every step of the way when it comes to grooms’ parties. Their exclusive wedding party process helps relieve some stress from your planning with dedicated Wedding Party Coordinators on hand to work with you on the lead up to your big day to ensure your every element of your outfits are perfect.
The Wedding Day Hire Package from MacGregor and MacDuff lets you choose from a range of 15 tartans, 6 jacket styles as well as different accessories to complete your outfits. Additionally, they have a range of exclusive wedding offers for you to take full advantage of. You can hire 4 kilt outfits and the groom goes free or grooms who buy a kilt outfit for their wedding with us, get two hires free of charge! Their convenient Kilt Hire postal service is also proving very popular all over the UK as it allows customers to simply place an order online or in-store and their team will arrange for delivery and collection of your outfit.
For Bridal Courtyard customers, MacGregor and MacDuff have a special range of exclusive wedding offers:
- Hire 5 kilt outfits you get 2 free*
- Buy a kilt outfit and get 3 hires free*
*Terms and Conditions Apply. To redeem any of the offers or for more information please get in touch.
What to look out for
MacGregor and MacDuff have always been dedicated to innovation and for that reason over the years they have designed and created their very own exclusive tartans. These four modern tartans; Silver Mist, Lomond Mist, Oban Mist and Arran Mist, have proven to be a very popular choice as part of their kilt hire range, as made-to-measure kilts, and in a range of beautiful tartan wedding accessories. With the kilt specialists looking add to their exclusive range of tartans, keep any eye for some new additions to the Mist family!
If you have a creative eye for design then look no further than the exclusive Signature Collection package from MacGregor and MacDuff. Offering a bespoke design process which allows you to meet with their Specialist Jacket Designer to be measured and choose your jacket options before completely customising and designing different aspects of your jacket and waistcoat to your exact style. Popular with grooms looking to stand out from the crowd, the Signature Collection is a unique outfit package for those who appreciate the craftsmanship behind luxury Scottish tweeds and fabrics.
How do you choose the right kilt outfit?
MacGregor and MacDuff don’t discriminate when it comes to style with an extensive range of modern tweed jacket styles such as the exclusive Arran Navy Tweed outfit which is commonly coupled with their Arran Mist tartan kilt or the popular Lomond Grey Tweed outfit worn with the exclusive Lomond Mist tartan kilt. They also offer your more traditional jacket styles such as the Argyll and Prince Charlie which are very versatile and look brilliant with your own clan tartan.
With over 4,000 tartans to choose from when purchasing your kilt and an exclusive hire range of 15 tartans, you will be spoilt for choice. Tartans can either be a clan tartan which is associated with a name or a generic tartan which has been custom designed to honour a certain location, person, or society. MacGregor and MacDuff advised it depends on the individual’s taste and if the person is looking to connect with their Scottish heritage then they typically go for a clan tartan and those looking for a modern tartan will opt for more subtle and darker tones.