I’ve got a lot of time for the Reverend Giles Fraser, or ‘The Loose Canon’ as he calls himself, but I was surprised to read his most recent article in The Guardian, in which he used Cilla Black’s funeral to say that in secular funerals, “the so-called lie about God is commonly replaced by another sort … Continue Reading
You made everyone laugh, you pulled at everyone’s heartstrings and you made our day so special.
Serendipity That was the word that came to mind when this card hit my mat this morning, because I’d literally just sent a copy of Russell and Sarah’s ceremony to another couple, as inspiration to create their own. I thought their wedding ceremony was great, but I didn’t realise how great until … Continue Reading
You don’t need to write a three volume novel to tell your story, as Alison and Michael’s tale shows. They first met when Alison took a notion to play badminton at a club where Michael was already a member. After a few dates in the bars and restaurants of Edinburgh, they were soon seeing each … Continue Reading
Neil and Louise’s relationship kicked off at a Potterrow School Disco when they were freshers at Edinburgh University, and survived not only Neil’s choice of Texas Chainsaw Massacre as a first date movie, but a year’s separation as they set out on their separate careers. 11 and a half years later, they and their … Continue Reading
Kate and Eli came up with so many great ideas for their ceremony! First of all, it was at home, in their garden, which is a cook’s paradise. All their raised beds were brimming with prime produce just waiting for the wedding to be over so they could be picked. They decorated the entire garden with … Continue Reading
Looking at Craig and Nic striding out purposefully by Broxmouth Park’s lovely loch, you’d never guess that this was the email Craig sent just two days before the ceremony. Wedding team, We have something of a problem, though not an insurmountable one. I have had back trouble for some time now, culminating in surgery last … Continue Reading
Every wedding needs a good opening sentence, and Tom and Emma didn’t disappoint. “Good afternoon everyone and welcome to Seton Collegiate Church for this very rare and special occasion – the marriage of a Town Planner to an Architect!” High school sweethearts who stay together forever are pretty rare these days, but Tom and Emma have … Continue Reading