Lots of couples ‘reverse into’ marriage these days. They live together, have kids and then five or ten years later decide to make it legal: it’s almost the new normal, and it made me wonder how many reverse into their engagements too? I’m looking forward to conducting the wedding of Joanne and Mido … Continue Reading
There’s usually a good four month gap between the wedding and me blogging about it, but this has to be a record. I married Graham and Donna four YEARS ago! It was meeting them at Kevin and Lindsay’s wedding at the Hub last Christmas that brought them right back to mind. Marlyn’s Wynd is one … Continue Reading
As I’ve said elsewhere on this blog, rehearsals aren’t mandatory, but they’re a good chance to work out what happens when and who does what. I first met Julie and Dougie at a wedding fair at The Corn Exchange last November, and I remember we got on like a house on fire. They’re getting married … Continue Reading
“Thanks so much for an amazing ceremony. It was everything we hoped for and more and you delivered it perfectly.”
It was at the beginning of July that Jools and Iain got in touch about their surprise wedding this August. That’s right – less than two months later! They’ve been together for almost eleven years, having come up here (separately) from Brighton. Since then they’ve had two wonderful children and “built their fortress” as they describe their relationship. … Continue Reading
Keren and Stephen’s friends Paul and Fiona set them up on a blind date not once, but twice!
People find all sorts of ways to fall in love, but Gareth and Claire were the first couple I’ve married who got together while running. Along with Gareth’s dad and other friends from Inverness, they were part of the infamous “Tuesday Night Running Club” where Claire got her nickname ‘Coach McGeary’. Their wedding was … Continue Reading
Thanks again Tim for making our day just that, ours in every way”.