“Before booking our date, I’d checked historical rainfall figures for East Lothian and May showed by far the lowest chance of precipitation so we went for 20th May and kept our fingers crossed…” You know where this is going, don’t you? Our Rock Paper Scissors Ceremony Writing the whole thing initially seemed a […]
I was pleased to see my article in The Scotsman earlier this week: if you’d like to read it please click here
I was delighted to see this story in the current edition of the Scottish Wedding Directory: what Jim and Becky did was a great way to use poetry which allowed them to involve lots of their guests at the same time! You can find out how to do that if you read my original post […]
Bryan and Mags got married in the garden at Kirknewton Stables three years ago almost to the day, and I’m so pleased they got back in touch, because I just loved their ceremony! They had one of the biggest wedding parties I’ve ever seen, ten people hailing variously from Limerick and Edinburgh. The Irish really know how to party, and […]
Can a byre be more magical than a castle? The place was absolutely rammed. There must have been about 130 guests and the atmosphere was electric. before we started, I asked the guests their eyes not their iPhones, and then in came Alana, with her twin sister Lisa, and her mum, Fiona. Then Luke’s oldest friend […]
But Martin and Sam did Sam came in on the arms of both her parents Thanks so much for your help and advice with it all.
Well that didn’t take long – Scott’s got a new job in Dubai, and Danielle is joining him there in just over two weeks: exciting times indeed! We got so much good feedback from our guests saying how much they enjoyed the ceremony and how different it was compared to others they had been to. The […]