Introducing Opus Atelier: A Unique Designer Bridal Shop in Scotland

Opus has been dressing brides for over 30 years. Find out how our Atelier can inspire, and fulfil your designer bridal dreams.


Shopping for your wedding dress should be an exciting, and wonderfully personal experience. It is a once-in-a-lifetime purchase, and one that deserves to be special. At both Opus Atelier, and our sister shop Opus Couture, we are dedicated to delivering just such a feeling when any bride walks through our door, no matter their budget. Our designer-in-chief, Sharon Hamilton McPherson has devoted her working life to bridal, and also her personal life to her brides, maintaining long-lasting friendships with many of her clients. After many years of success with Opus Couture, Sharon launched her second wedding dress shop in Scotland, Opus Atelier, to cater for the growing demand for designer bridal in this country.


Since its inception, Opus Atelier has exclusively brought four new bridal designer brands to Scotland, and subsequently paved the way for more creatively in wedding dress shopping. At our West Kilbride salon, we stock a unique range of hand-picked gowns and accessories that have been carefully chosen to offer our clients something a little more than the average. These designs have been painstakingly chosen from a range of top European bridal designers, at exhibitions around the world. In order to deliver something exclusive to the brides of Scotland. For example, we were very proud to be chosen as the exclusive stockist of the bridal designer Berta in Scotland, a show-stopping collection that our brides have loved from the moment they landed. Also, most recently we excitedly welcomed Chosen by Kyha to the Atelier, another extraordinary and exclusively stocked designer bridal brand in Scotland.



What makes the Atelier different to other designer bridal shops in Scotland?

We offer a complete wedding dress service including expert fittings, technical alterations and bespoke customisations. At Opus Atelier, we like to think of the gown