Pretty White
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About Pretty White

Multi award winning Pretty White is a unique wedding and event company based in Edinburgh and West Lothian that offer a new fresh and diverse approach to wedding planning, chair cover hire, venue dressing, LED dancefloor hire, LOVE Letter hire and much more. We deliver the wow factor for any wedding or event throughout Edinburgh, Glasgow, Lothian's and across Central Scotland including the Scottish borders.

Visit our stunning new wedding & event showroom situated in West Lothian. Our unique showroom provides a mock set up service where the customer can actually see their ideas and inspirations come to life. We have a huge range of items on display with everything you need for that special occasion.

Pretty White prides itself on competitive pricing, attention to detail and strives to deliver the perfect wedding or event. We are recommended suppliers to a wide range of hotels and venues throughout Scotland. We offer fantastic money saving discounts to selected hotels and venues, contact us today if your chosen venue qualifies for our discount.


  • I would advise anyone to use pretty white, I used them for my wedding and I can honestly say it took all the pressure away from us and allowed us to just get on with our day , everyone was really friendly and extremely helpful and understanding. First class service
    — Abbie Hunter
  • Pretty white took the haste or of organising my daughters wedding, the done every thing leaving me time to concentrate on my speech and the big day ahead. I would recommend to any bride and groom!!!
    — Martin Sweeny
  • Thank you pretty white for the wonderful decorations for our special day can’t thank you enough, everything looked great, 1st class service would highly recommend to anyone
    — Nicky Taylor
  • Can highly recommend Pretty White who done a amazing job for my wedding on Sat at the Hilcroft, the hall was beautiful and every one commented on it and said how beautiful it was, thank you for everything.
    — Lynn Roper