A good number of our friends said it was the best wedding ceremony they’d ever been to – I think we might be seeing a few copycat humanist ceremonies amongst them in the next year or two!
Why Support Same Sex Marriage in Scotland – An infographic by the team at Humanist Society of Scotland. Click for referencesEmbed Why Support Same Sex Marriage in Scotland on Your Site: Copy and Paste the Code Below<img src=”http://www.humanism-scotland.org.uk/siteimages/same-sex-marriage/Same_Sex_Marriage_Scotland_Infographic_HSS.jpg” width=”540″><br></pre><pre><a href=”http://humanistweddings.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/when-man-loves-man-and-woman-loves-woman.html” target=”_blank”>Or read this excellent post from Juliet Wilson that says it in words not pictures</a></pre><p></p>
I knew from the start that Ali and Ste would do things their own way, and not just because they’re from Yorkshire… This was how they kicked off the marriage ceremony. Entrance: Ali, Ste and Tim to lead everyone into the room then hang around at the front while everyone gets seated. We want to stand […]
everyone said they’d never been at such a personalised and relaxed wedding, ever!
Two comments stand out in mind especially – one from my 75 yr old aunty who rushed up to me and said “well if that is an alternative lifestyle then sign me up now!” The other was from my 24yr old nephew who said “I never knew that weddings could be like that, I had decided that I never wanted to get married, but that ceremony has changed my mind.”