The answer’s at the end of this film What’s so special about a Humanist wedding? from Humanist Society Scotland on Vimeo.
A hot girl out of reach, a Santa Claus outfit, icy pavements, a very big phone bill, a fear of customs, dinner dates with cocktails, but no dinner and finally, an early morning proposal. No, those aren’t the chapter titles of a new novel by Carrie Bradshaw, but a précis of […]
Thank you so much for your enormous contribution to our wedding day. The ceremony was perfect, just the right balance of solemnity and daftness! Although they were (mostly) our own words, neither of us would have found the right way to express how we feel about each other, and about marriage, without your guidance and […]
How much fun do you think Polly and Ross had at their wedding? It really was a cracking day for my first visit to Aikwood Tower, but not – I hope – my last. It’s a very funky conversion of a 16th century Peel Tower, and I couldn’t have seen it in a better light. Ross […]
Simple, honest, direct.Thank you, Gemma & Scott, whose wedding was at The Balmoral in September
Rules are there to be broken. Most ceremonies last half an hour: Fiona and Phil’s took ten minutes. Most brides arrive with their dads. Phil and Fiona spent a happy half hour with all their guests before the ceremony. Most guests get to sit down: at Fiona and Phil’s, there was standing room only. Most couples take […]