When you got engaged, did you post your happy news on Facebook? Do you share the highs and lows of your private life on twitter? As so many of us share the intimate details of our lives online, there are bound to be times that somebody oversteps the line. More and more often recently, I’ve … Continue Reading
Once Upon a Time They Lived Happily Ever After – Telling Your Story
The story of your relationship, from first encounter to the moment you both say ‘I do’ is an important part of your ceremony, and there are lots of different ways of telling it. Earlier this year, at Sophie and Neal’s wedding in the Royal Botanic Garden one of their friends, Jamie Hall, came up with a really … Continue Reading
Kirsty and Euan’s Humanist Wedding at Mansfield Traquair
Thank you for helping to make our day such a success.
Can you read what it says on this card?
I find that many couples now want to speak their vows directly to one another rather than repeat them after me, which I think is great, and the ultimate expression of what you are doing on the day. You can write them by hand of course, which is more personal, but if you want to … Continue Reading
Chazz and Louise’s Humanist Wedding at King’s Acre Golf Club
When couples tell their stories, the proposal is usually a highlight, and that was very much the case for Louise and Chazz. They had their own versions, of course, and that was what made it so good. Louise remembers how she waited a whole year and seventeen days for Chazz to say he loved her, (but … Continue Reading
Alex and Becka’s Humanist Wedding at St Columba’s by The Castle
Sometimes even before I meet a couple, I get a sense that they’re going to be a lot of fun to work with, and so it was with Becka and Alex. Back in March, they sent me an email that said, “Hiya, We saw you in action at Kate and Mark’s wedding out of town by a lake … Continue Reading